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Minter: Fresh herbs — hard to imagine a garden without them

Minter: Fresh herbs — hard to imagine a garden without them

Master gardener Brian Minter says you don't have to look too far from your own home to expand your culinary palate.
Camden's dogs: Family seeks homes for rescue dogs after son's death

Camden's dogs: Family seeks homes for rescue dogs after son's death

Camden Verlaan of the Sunshine Coast died in March 2023 while volunteering in Peru 
Tri-Cities Today: April 14, 2024

Tri-Cities Today: April 14, 2024

Find out what's on in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Sunday, April 14, 2024.
I Watched This Game: Canucks inch closer to clinching Pacific vs Oilers

I Watched This Game: Canucks inch closer to clinching Pacific vs Oilers

In a crucial game for deciding the Pacific Division, the Canucks calmly cruised to a win over the Oilers.
Coquitlam Express fall 3-1 to Alberni Valley, forcing a seventh game in their BC Hockey League playoff series

Coquitlam Express fall 3-1 to Alberni Valley, forcing a seventh game in their BC Hockey League playoff series

Alberni Valley beat the Coquitlam Express 3-1
Relocated celebrity seal has possibly returned to the Gorge

Relocated celebrity seal has possibly returned to the Gorge

An incredible feat if Emerson has returned so soon, officials says
Family calls for changes after Victoria man dies hours after being discharged from Royal Jubilee

Family calls for changes after Victoria man dies hours after being discharged from Royal Jubilee

James Zimmer’s family was at the legislature to support proposed changes to improve communication with families of patients in a mental-health crisis
Column: The importance of Fair Trade

Column: The importance of Fair Trade

Fair Trade is not just a label on a product. It's a movement, says SFU spokesperson Kylee Pocrnich.
B.C. restaurant fined $7K for serving beer to minor

B.C. restaurant fined $7K for serving beer to minor

An underage Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch agent walked into Wings Tap and Grill in Abbotsford and was served a beer without being asked for ID.
Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Most evictions started by landlords and against younger Canadians, survey finds

Evictees show a lower level of trust in people and in turn have reported poorer mental health, according to Statistics Canada.