Seems like every generation since the Second World War has had a reason to flock to the suburbs. For our parents, it was a yard for us kids to play in and a respite from the supposedly crime-ridden cities. For my generation? Housing prices, thanks to a skyrocketing real estate market and boomers that never seem to tire of telling us we have no choice but to go east, young wo/man.
Fire crews in New Westminster, B.C., had to use the Jaws of Life to rescue a man trapped inside a donation bin early Friday
A B.C. man who keyed more than a hundred vehicles in the Lower Mainland will be spending time in jail for the vandalism. Soo
Saturday was a good day for local democracy in B.C. As one person noted online: "First time in my life I've had to wait to vote in a local election....What the hell is going on?" What was going on was that voters were coming out of the woodwork by the thousands in towns and cities across B.C. and it seems that those who skipped 2011 had one thing on their mind this time.
Police are looking for a rare bow featured in two Hollywood movies that was stolen from a B.C. store and museum. Thieves
Mon dieu! New Westminster is on track to get a taste of Paris with the prospect of a new urban beach along its waterfront
UPDATE: 3:10 p.m. — One of the drivers involved in this road rage incident was issued a violation ticket for driving offences
And now, for some Canadian mayoral news that has absolutely nothing to do with Toronto. Breathe it in! New Westminster mayor
New Westminster's most devastating fire since 1898 levelled a historic building, destroying almost a dozen businesses and
Firefighters are fighting a large fire on Columbia and MacKenzie streets in downtown New Westminster, B.C., on Thursday morning