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Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus is a reporter for the New Westminster Record.

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Recent Work by Theresa

Fridays On Front returns to New Westminster this summer

Fridays On Front returns to New Westminster this summer

Get set to soak up the summer vibe with the return of the Fridays On Front block party in downtown New West.
New West council rejects call for inquiry into wastewater plant 'boondoggle'

New West council rejects call for inquiry into wastewater plant 'boondoggle'

New Westminster councillor calls for public inquiry on Metro Vancouver’s “debacle” with Metro Vancouver wastewater treatment plant
Uptown Live "shaking things up" for its 2024 festival in New West

Uptown Live "shaking things up" for its 2024 festival in New West

Live music, interactive activities, food and drinks all part of the fun of Uptown Live in New West.
New West’s first craft brewery celebrates a milestone — and you're invited

New West’s first craft brewery celebrates a milestone — and you're invited

Steel & Oak celebrates a decade of brewing in New West at its SO10 - beer, music, magic and more.
Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo returns to New West with its biggest show ever

Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo returns to New West with its biggest show ever

More Gaming, music, and experiences at this year’s Vancouver Retro Gaming Expo in New Westminster.
New West barista competing at Starbucks North America Barista Championship

New West barista competing at Starbucks North America Barista Championship

A barista at the Queensborough Landing coffee shop is one of two Canadians competing in next week’s North America championships in Seattle.
One of Canada’s first Indigenous soda companies launching in New West

One of Canada’s first Indigenous soda companies launching in New West

Hide-tanning course sparks Indigenous businesswoman's journey to create Heartberry Soda
Pattullo Bridge replacement project delayed another year

Pattullo Bridge replacement project delayed another year

The new crossing between New Westminster and Surrey was originally planned to open in 2023 – but it’s now been pushed back to 2025.
If you get a Steel & Oak tattoo, you can get 156 glasses of free beer

If you get a Steel & Oak tattoo, you can get 156 glasses of free beer

Steel & Oak Brewing celebrating 10 years in New West with tattoos - in exchange for free beer
Criminals target New Westminster senior by impersonating police officers

Criminals target New Westminster senior by impersonating police officers

New West police issue warning after "deplorable" criminals impersonating cops convince a senior to give them her debit and credit cards.
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