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Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus

Theresa McManus is a reporter for the New Westminster Record.

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tmcmanus@newwestrecord.ca

Recent Work by Theresa

New West accepts $30-million insurance settlement for Westminster Pier Park fire

New West accepts $30-million insurance settlement for Westminster Pier Park fire

A collaborative approach: New Westminster and First Nations to co-develop Pier Park’s future
Pedestrian safety on sidewalks prompts discussion about e-scooters in B.C.

Pedestrian safety on sidewalks prompts discussion about e-scooters in B.C.

Electric devices aren't permitted on roads – less clear if they’re allowed on sidewalks
From living wage to fair wage: New West eyes a fair wage policy

From living wage to fair wage: New West eyes a fair wage policy

As Canada's first living wage city, New Westminster has now set its sights on a fair wage policy
New West explores income-based hydro rates for low-Income residents

New West explores income-based hydro rates for low-Income residents

Exploring a two-tiered fee structure for equitable power rates in New Westminster
'Disturbing' rise in violence against first responders sparks proposed legislation

'Disturbing' rise in violence against first responders sparks proposed legislation

New Westminster-Burnaby MP Peter Julian pushes for tougher laws to protect firefighters and first responders
New $30-million Queensborough substation providing power to New West

New $30-million Queensborough substation providing power to New West

Powering New Westminster’s growth: New Queensborough electrical substation gets fired up
New West centre pushes back against tide of drug deaths

New West centre pushes back against tide of drug deaths

Facility’s services, including safe-consumption resources and drug testing, have helped save lives, city says
Vandalism of New West home reported to Provincial Hate Crime Unit

Vandalism of New West home reported to Provincial Hate Crime Unit

Shock and anger as Sapperton home flying Ukrainian flag targeted with swastika graffiti
'Staggering' rise in unhoused women and children since COVID-19

'Staggering' rise in unhoused women and children since COVID-19

New West society: Some moms choose government care to save their children from homelessness
Woman who served in Canadian Army in Second World War passes away at 99

Woman who served in Canadian Army in Second World War passes away at 99

Annie (Mary) Hokonson was a familiar face at the Remembrance Day ceremony at the cenotaph in New Westminster
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