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Rob Shaw: B.C. pushes for dedicated disaster force to fight wildfires, floods

Rob Shaw: B.C. pushes for dedicated disaster force to fight wildfires, floods

Military can't be Ottawa's go-to response during disasters, say officials
Grad 2024: Riverside Secondary co-valedictorian Jimmy Sam

Grad 2024: Riverside Secondary co-valedictorian Jimmy Sam

The Tri-City News asked SD43 valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to reflect on their high school years and tell us what their future brings.
Tri-Cities Today: June 12, 2024

Tri-Cities Today: June 12, 2024

Find out what's on in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Wednesday, June 12, 2024.
Trudeau heads to Italy as shadows of war in Ukraine, Gaza loom over G7 summit

Trudeau heads to Italy as shadows of war in Ukraine, Gaza loom over G7 summit

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is headed to Italy on Wednesday to attend the annual G7 leaders' summit, which is taking place as two major geopolitical conflicts weigh on the international community.
B.C. sex offenders, killers allegedly breaching community supervision orders

B.C. sex offenders, killers allegedly breaching community supervision orders

Long-term offenders live in communities under strict conditions after their jail sentences have been served. Some, however, don't follow those conditions.
B.C.'s drought: Low snowpacks remain a concern for salmon experts

B.C.'s drought: Low snowpacks remain a concern for salmon experts

Much of the province currently sits between level one and three on the B.C. government's zero to five drought classification scale.
Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

Comment: Government is making construction more expensive

While the Rage Index is highest in Ontario and Alberta, for the first time in nearly two years of tracking, there was a 16-point spike in B.C.
Save Our Streams: Mark Coquitlam catch basins with a yellow fish

Save Our Streams: Mark Coquitlam catch basins with a yellow fish

The Adopt-a-Catch Basin program aims to protect the more than 16,000 storm drains in Coquitlam from debris, litter and chemicals.
Opinion: The emerald ash borer has arrived in B.C. — what can we do about it?

Opinion: The emerald ash borer has arrived in B.C. — what can we do about it?

The emerald ash borer is a destructive invasive pest which has killed tens of millions of trees across North America and has now been sighted in Vancouver.
North Van artist famous for Queen's coin portrait sues over missing, damaged sculptures

North Van artist famous for Queen's coin portrait sues over missing, damaged sculptures

One sculpture was stolen and another was broken at North Shore exhibitions, the artist claims.