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What would make the Coquitlam Public Library better?

What would make the Coquitlam Public Library better?

Running until July 31, the customer satisfaction survey will be used by Coquitlam Public Library staff to help evaluate and improve the collections, programs and services.
Experience, efforts rewarded for three Coquitlam students at national Francophone competition

Experience, efforts rewarded for three Coquitlam students at national Francophone competition

Two Banting Middle students and one from Citadel Middle earned bursaries for their French-language speaking skills and a donation was matched to the non-profit of their choosing.
Weekend guide: Tune in for virtual Golden Spike Days fun in Port Moody

Weekend guide: Tune in for virtual Golden Spike Days fun in Port Moody

Weekend guide for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for July 2, 3 and 4, 2021.
Coquitlam side of Gatensbury multi-use pathway is getting a $1.16M facelift. Is that enough?

Coquitlam side of Gatensbury multi-use pathway is getting a $1.16M facelift. Is that enough?

Local residents and cyclists welcome the news of a longed-for investment but believe more can be done in connecting other key amenities and improving overall safety.
Local libraries loaded with events this summer

Local libraries loaded with events this summer

Here’s is a wrap up of local library activities from our area librarians.
Port Moody editor wins prize for her work on "Butter Honey Pig Bread"

Port Moody editor wins prize for her work on "Butter Honey Pig Bread"

Port Moody’s Shirarose Wilensky won an accolade from the Editors’ Association of Canada, it was announced Monday.
Port Moody Canada Day event cancelled by organizers 'in light of discoveries of unmarked graves' at residential schools

Port Moody Canada Day event cancelled by organizers 'in light of discoveries of unmarked graves' at residential schools

Organizers of a Canada Day drive-thru celebration in Port Moody have cancelled the event "in light of discoveries of unmarked graves at Canada's former residential school sites." Meanwhile, events in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam are still going ahead.
No school in the Tri-Cities today: Here's where to take the kids to beat the heat

No school in the Tri-Cities today: Here's where to take the kids to beat the heat

Libraries in Coquitlam and a Port Coquitlam business are among the places offering respite for children off school today because of the heat and adults working at home without air conditioning; Port Moody is welcoming seniors and youth for drop-in activities
GRAD 2021: Terry Fox's valedictorian Jacob Wadhwani

GRAD 2021: Terry Fox's valedictorian Jacob Wadhwani

This month, Tri-City News asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to describe what it's like to graduate in the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic — and without an official ceremony.
GRAD 2021: Riverside's valedictorian Clayton Campbell

GRAD 2021: Riverside's valedictorian Clayton Campbell

This month, Tri-City News asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to describe what it's like to graduate in the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic — and without an official ceremony.