PATTULLO BRIDGE: 33 Days To Have Your Say

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Pattullo Bridge Construction circa 1937: Vancouver Archives Environmental Assessment of the Proposed Pattullo Bridge Replacement Project Open House and Invitation to Comment September 6 – October 9, 2018? Good morning, The Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure (MOTI) proposes to replace the existing Pattullo Bridge (proposed Project) with a new four-lane bridge spanning the Fraser River just north and upstream of … Read More

PSA: 16th RiverFest Is On Sep 22nd

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RiverFest 2018 returns for its 16th year! Presented by the Port of Vancouver, RiverFest is a FREE family-friendly festival, and a great way to enjoy a beautiful fall day along the mighty Fraser River. The main festival day will take place on on Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 11 am – 5 pm. RiverFest 2018 will build on past festivals … Read More

FRDC: Invites You To Open Reception for *click*

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[PHOTO: STCcreatives.com …not part of exhibit] Good Afternoon! We are pleased to announce that the selections for this year’s *click* photos of the fraser exhibit have been made, and we will be celebrating our winners and honorary mentions on Thursday September 20 at 6:30 PM at an opening reception. We invite you to attend this exciting event, as we present … Read More

QCB ALERT: Auto Break-Ins On The Rise

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[As reported by QCB Board Member Robynn Randell – Your Residents’ Association working for you] On Saturday, August 11, 2018, at 6:27 am, the Quayside Terrace parkade was accessed via the building 5 elevator by two people, a man and a woman. It is unknow how they got into the building, but they went to the far end of the … Read More

PSA: Grandparents Day | Sep 9th |10am to 2pm

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You’ve heard of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, but September 9th is International Grandparents’ Day! Come to the Grandparents Day Festival and Stroll. Celebrate all grandparents, and shine a light on more than 13,000 grandparents in BC who are caring for their grandchildren on a full-time basis. Live music, entertainment, kids games, Fundraising walk and silent auction. This family event … Read More

QCB: Fight To Reduce Rail Pollution Gets Support

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Quay resident Monica Nugent has taken on the campaign to reduce pollution caused by trains – specifically those of South Western as they travel across the bridge between the Quay and Queensborough. If you support her efforts you are welcome to lend your voice to hers but emailing your local, provincial and federal governments. cpuchmayr@newwestcity.ca, jcote@newwestcity.ca, Mark Allison , peter.julian@parl.gc.ca, … Read More

QCB: Resident Gets Feds To Monitor CN Rail

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Mike Hoyer has been a vocal community leader on the rail issue. He has worked hard making his case before the city of New West [See REPOST July 18, 2018 below]. Now he has upped the anti by taking the rail cause to the steps of our Federal government in Ottawa. Below is a letter he received and actions promised … Read More

QCB: ‘The Trains Were First’ Lame Comment

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On August 3rd, Maureen Albanese wrote to the Editor of the New West Record the following email in response to a letter to the editor penned by a Steve Mcnamee on August 2nd, 2018 This is an issue all over North America; https://railandreason.com/noise-and-health/ (as well as most of the world; https://noisevibrationactiongroup.wordpress.com/) mostly because old industrial areas have changed to residential. … Read More

CITY: POWER OUTAGE JULY 29th 1am-5am

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Please be advised that a power outage has been scheduled to take place during the early morning hours on Sunday, July 29 from approximately 1:00 am to 5:00 am. The outage will affect the areas highlighted in yellow on the map below: The power outage is required to allow for the installation of the new Metro Vancouver sewer force main … Read More