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Ready for launch: Anmore woman to earn experience through Indigenous-based NASA competition

Ready for launch: Anmore woman to earn experience through Indigenous-based NASA competition

Maranda Cherry believes event should encourage more representation in rocketry, engineering
Port Coquitlam puts on a COVID-19-friendly May Day celebration — just don’t call it a parade

Port Coquitlam puts on a COVID-19-friendly May Day celebration — just don’t call it a parade

Here's what's going on this weekend to celebrate May Days in Port Coquitlam as the city celebrates the 98th event with COVID-19 and pandemic restrictions in place
Port Moody’s Golden Spike Days going drive-thru

Port Moody’s Golden Spike Days going drive-thru

After being held virtually last year, Port Moody's Golden Spike Days festival will be a drive-thru event on July 1.
Weekend guide: Celebrate Mother's Day at the 'museum of the future' in Coquitlam

Weekend guide: Celebrate Mother's Day at the 'museum of the future' in Coquitlam

Weekend guide for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for May 7 to 9, 2021.
Nearly $95K earmarked to support Tri-City seniors in COVID-19 isolation

Nearly $95K earmarked to support Tri-City seniors in COVID-19 isolation

Federal government grants funding to four community-based projects
100 pieces of student art in new Port Coquitlam show

100 pieces of student art in new Port Coquitlam show

Student art from Riverside secondary and CABE will be in an online display for Imaginings III, a city of Port Coquitlam exhibit with SD43.
A sign of spring and normalcy? Port Coquitlam Farmers Market opens Thursday

A sign of spring and normalcy? Port Coquitlam Farmers Market opens Thursday

Dozens of vendors on hand as Port Coquitlam outdoor market opens for the season; online and in-person shopping available, and the city will be giving out vouchers to the first 200 shoppers for materials to make hanging baskets
Why are red dresses hanging in Coquitlam trees? Students hope you'll 'Google' it to find out

Why are red dresses hanging in Coquitlam trees? Students hope you'll 'Google' it to find out

Students hang red dresses outside Dr. Charles Best school for Red Dress Day to raise awareness about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls in Canada, earning kudos from the B.C. judge who headed up the national inquiry
Futuristic show rooted in First Nations' history to open in Coquitlam

Futuristic show rooted in First Nations' history to open in Coquitlam

Teiakwanahstahsontéhrha’ | We Extend the Rafters is a touring show created by Skawennati that will open in Coquitlam on May 8, at the Evergreen Cultural Centre.
Weekend guide: Coquitlam market opens, May Days begin

Weekend guide: Coquitlam market opens, May Days begin

Weekend events for April 30, May 1 and 2, 2021, in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.