The Fraser River Discovery Centre Society received a Community Action Grant for $5,000 towards the From Pollution to Solution School Program.
A handful of Burnaby residents and one person from New Westminster presented a petition to MP Kennedy Stewart on Sunday, calling for electoral reform.
There is no more mediocre for the junior A New Westminster Salmonbellies.
Salmonbellies' lacrosse fans will have a cultural treat at Thursday's Western Lacrosse Association matchup with the Nanaimo Timbermen on Thursday.
A moment of New Westminster's history will be immortalized in a postage stamp.
The long-awaited proposal to connect the Quayside and Queensborough communities is closer to becoming a reality.
There was no accounting for the Burnaby Lakers dramatic change in play last week.
Burnaby's Mohammed Jawara will be reading from his self-published memoir on Tuesday, July 2 at the Tommy Douglas library branch.
Burnaby council has approved an inter-municipal business licence pilot program with five other cities, in an effort to save small businesses money.
The New Westminster Salmonbellies made a definitive defensive statement with a 5-4 victory over the Burnaby Lakers last week.
Young actors and actresses ages nine to 16 are invited to join a workshop series hosted by the Vagabond Players and Wild Child Theatre this summer.
The Royal City Record is available any time, from anywhere, on multiple platforms - so local readers always know what's going on in their community.
New Westminster firefighters are giving folks a chance to dispose of documents and contribute to local charities at their upcoming shred-a-thon.
Evelyn Hupchuk shared many memories with her family about what it was like to grow up in New Westminster.
When school trustee Lisa Graham opened her board of education agenda package last week she was surprised to see her motion on targeted funding for special needs students wasn't in it.
The last thing New Westminster needs is another bridge, especially one running through Sapperton with its current traffic congestion. Directing traffic from the west side to the east side of the city is just shifting the problem, not resolving it.
Re: Hopes for heritage demolished, The Record, June 14.
After more than five hours of delegations - as well as a hearty debate among directors and a break to go into closed session to get legal advice - Metro Vancouver's board voted against the proposed coal facility at Fraser Surrey Docks.
The City of New Westminster could demolish part of the Front Street Parkade and still have enough parking to meet local needs.