Century House Association

Century House Association, New West, B.C.

Century House Association, New Westminster, B.C.

Talk NewWest

Century House Window on the City

Talk NewWest: Century House Window on the City was an online news magazine program hosted by Curt Albertson from late 2020 to spring 2022.  It’s still good reading. 

Interviews and Features

Century House member and pedestrian activist Mary Wilson provides a report card on the City's Active Transportation initiatives.

The creation of an eye-catching art exhibition in New West.

Responding to mental health issues emergency calls takes an inordinate amount of police time in New Westminster. A pilot project with a

New Westminster is renowned for the number of its buildings that have some form of heritage designation: there are upwards of 1000 

Looking for a break from Netflix and other commercial online streaming services? Then check out Talk NewWest’s introduction to Kanopy, a service

Bits & Bytes

Pet Tech

Folks love their pets and seniors are no exception. Talk NewWest provides a link to the latest in Pet Tech

Here’s a look at Ancient Rome, reconstructed through the magic of 3D video. Video Last Reviewed on 2022-03-21

WORDLE, the now viral online word game, began as a love story, then seemingly instantly morphed into an internet sensation and in


Pain researchers on what we know and don't know.

Ever wondered how a Praying Mantis takes flight—or a beetle or weevil? An Aeon magazine video provides an insect’s eye view at 6000

Some older videos no longer appear here, but they are available in our Youtube playlist.

Talk NewWest is a project of SET: Seniors Embracing Technology and the temporary OCTOPUS program.  The production team includes Curt Albertson (producer, editor and host), Tim Hicks (technical lead), and Shelly Schnee (advisor and Century House coordination), with SET coordination by Joy St. John. And a special mention of the Talk NewWest research contributions of Pat Macdonald who has since moved on to different Century House projects.