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The New Westminster campus of Douglas College will be expanding its academic space and residences, according to a plan recently released by the college.
The Royal City Literary Arts Society will be bringing back its annual writing contest, with cash prizes and publication at stake.
The city of New Westminster is beginning the process of finding its fifth poet laureate and is looking for a voice that highlights the areas diversity.
The Arts Council of New Westminster is opening up spaces to provide room for local artists to work on and display their projects.
New Westminster Secondary School (NWSS) has received an occupancy permit for its new location and will be moving into the building this winter.
After four years of construction, the Queens Park Sportsplex has officially opened in New Westminster, providing athletic programs in the community with an emphasis on gymnastics.
An arcade and pinball machine rental company has adapted to ongoing changes in the entertainment business by launching a new type of enterprise an arcade for private rentals in New Westminster.
The city of New Westminster is officially celebrating September as Literacy Month, looking to promote reading and education through a variety of special events.
The long-running Queens Meat and Deli has proposed a heritage revitalization for the building in which it operates.
The Royal City Gogos, a seniors organization dedicated to raising money for social justice, will be hosting its annual craft crawl a little earlier than usual this year, and with a new, geographically scattered approach.