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Sell a bike - buy a bike - fix a bike...you can do it all at the HUB SHARE & REPAIR event happening June 4th from 9am to 4pm at Moody Park.
PATTULLO BRIDGE SET TO UNDERGO REPAIRS APRIL 29PHOTO: VancouverSun
-The bridge will close from the evening of April 29 (8 p.m.) to the morning of May 2 (5 a.m.) to allow crews to set up for construction work. The bridge will also close from the evening of Sept. 30 to the morning of Oct. 3 for crews to remove equipment.
Drivers looking for additional information and travel resources should visit TRANSLINK.
If you have any questions or comments please direct them to ANGELA MADASKI: Translink
Given the high number of animals and animal lovers on the Boardwalk and Promenade at the Quay, it is important to keep you informed of Ms. Bourque. This convicted Animal Killer, and resident of New West, has been granted day passes - unsupervised. She is entitled to two hours per day. Ms. Bourque has been deemed a “high-risk violent offender” by the Corrections Branch after being convicted in 2013 of causing unnecessary pain and suffering to an animal, killing or injuring an animal and possession of a weapon for a dangerous purpose.
The Ministry of Justice, Corrections Branch has advised through a public notification today that Ms. Bourque “has an escalating criminal history, has offended violently against both people and animals and is considered a high risk to re-offend.”
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In order to preserve the positive brand image and patron experience, the Quayside Community Board (New Westminster) has postponed the 10th annual BOARDWALK Festival & Sale until August 19th, 2017 due to Event-Overload created by the City of New Westminster.
(New Westminster, BC) The Quayside Community Board (QCB), Residents’ Association for Quayside, has voted unanimously at its April 27th meeting to postpone the 10th anniversary of the annual QCB Boardwalk Festival & Sale (BFS). Festival Chair, James Crosty, identified multiple key issues to support this decision. The catalyst for this postponement is city council’s decision to fund another mega event in the Downtown/Quayside areas creating a possible ‘event-overload’ scenario.
“Sponsorships, construction, road closures, emergency management, logistics, Pattullo closures, crowd control and the severely limited parking from the loss of spaces due to both the Bosa development and removal of the parkade – only skims the surface of the possible logistical nightmare foreseen with the addition of the Piknic Electronic (PE) at Pier Park.” highlights James Crosty. Continuing Crosty notes, ”With a purported 90,000 attendees [RECORD*] at the Food Truck event, an attendance of 10,000 at the QCB BFS and now an estimated 4,200 to attend the PE, that’s 104,200 people – nearly twice the entire population of New Westminster – in this compact and highly disrupted area.”
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