Spotlight: Cops for Cancer training gears up

Recent accomplishments by residents, businesses and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.


Law enforcement and the Canadian Cancer Society launched the 20th year of the Cops for Cancer Tour de Coast and Tour de Valley last week. The event at the Vancouver Police Department kicked off the training for the cyclists, who will also raise funds for childhood cancer research during their rides this fall. Pamela Newman and Bradley Potter are on Team Coquitlam in the Tour de Coast ride.

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Coquitlam Junior Adanacs Club players served up a pancake breakfast outside the Centennial Pavilion last Saturday.




Robbin Whachell (second from left) was named president of the Hoy-Scott Watershed Society this month at its AGM, held at the City Centre library branch. Directors Lilian Elliott, Sandra Uno and Lani Lehun were also voted to the executive, joining Rodney Lee (vice-president and hatchery manager); Emily Rossi (secretary); and Kyle Uno (treasurer). The hatchery’s next open house is on June 1 from 10:30 a.m. to noon.

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