FRASER DOCKS SOLD! Could Coal Come Back?

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Dubai-based company buys Fraser Surrey Docks Company also has ports and terminals in Vancouver, Nanaimo, Prince Rupert Lauren CollinsFeb. 27, 2020 5:44 p.m | SURREY NOW LEADER For original article click here [Photo: Surrey NOW Leaser] DP World, a company based in Dubai, has acquired Fraser Surrey Docks. Announced Monday (Feb. 24), DP World and its partner Caisse de dépôt … Read More

PSA: Overdose Survey

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Dear QCB On behalf of the New Westminster Overdose Community Action Team, we are requesting your help in circulating a 5-minute anonymous survey on how the overdose crisis is impacting local businesses. We realize this survey is for local businesses, but it has been suggested to us that many members of the resident’s associations are local business owners, and are … Read More

CITY: Seeks Input On Dog Policy

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The New Westminster Parks & Recreation Department is seeking a variety of perspectives to help guide future approaches for sharing parks and open spaces with people and their dogs. This work will help the City develop strategies to guide approaches for sharing of parks and open spaces for variety of uses. Selected Group members are expected to attend two evening … Read More

CITY: 3 Public Spaces for 660 Quayside Development

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Westminster Pier Park has brought a wide range of activities and events to the riverfront adjacent to downtown. Through a new development of two highrise residential towers at 660 Quayside Drive, the City has taken the opportunity to expand the park to the west with three new park spaces.This park design process offers the chance to consider adding park facilities … Read More

CITY: Tackling Climate Change Here At Home

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In order to raise awareness and understanding of the climate emergency declaration and the 7 Bold Steps [*see below], the City is planning to execute a broad community communications and engagement strategy later this year. To best understand the most effective key messages and communications and engagement tactics, the City wishes to meet with key stakeholders to seek input on … Read More

OPINION: Is Rail Noise Intentional?

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It was received at our railnoise@quaysideboard.com email. If you have a rail complaint, please include this email so the QCB is aware of your complaint and is able to follow up if required.Sent by email December 6, 2019 Sent by email December 6, 2019 Hello, It’s 4:23AM and the train currently outside has been “bumping” for well over an hour … Read More

ANVIL: Vancouver Chamber Music Series

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Call the Ticket Centre 604 521 5050 for full details. Duo Solisti – January 25, 2020 Viano Sting Quartet – February 29, 2020 Special add on concert Beethoven Complete Sonatas for Piano and Cello – April 19, 2020 TICKET ACCESS HERE

PSA: Public Dialogue on Social Housing

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Dr Elliot Rossiter | Regular Faculty Department of Philosophy and Humanities at Douglas College is hosting an ‘event series’ titled “Changing the Conversation: Reflective Empathy and Public Discourse on Social Housing”. Public discussions of social housing can perpetuate stigmas around poverty and homelessness. Meanwhile, the voices of people who need social housing may not heard. This three-part event series aims … Read More