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Proposed Port Moody community garden could be looking for a new home

Proposed Port Moody community garden could be looking for a new home

The planned garden is to be comprised of 60 plots but neighbours are worried about traffic and attracting bears
VIDEO: Port Coquitlam Mayor pulls early morning shift to ride along with city snow removal crews

VIDEO: Port Coquitlam Mayor pulls early morning shift to ride along with city snow removal crews

Brad West was up early to witness city staff clearing priority routes before the morning commute.
Your Weekend: Tree chipping in Coquitlam & PoCo, recycling pop-up in Port Moody

Your Weekend: Tree chipping in Coquitlam & PoCo, recycling pop-up in Port Moody

Got plans for the weekend? Here are a few ideas for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Column: B.C.’s drug poisoning crisis isn’t simple, but the Tri-Cities is stepping up to fight it

Column: B.C.’s drug poisoning crisis isn’t simple, but the Tri-Cities is stepping up to fight it

"Even if only one per cent of the people we reach are impacted by our talks [...] and lives will be saved."
Senior overjoyed at getting her lost wallet back buys a round at Port Coquitlam legion bar

Senior overjoyed at getting her lost wallet back buys a round at Port Coquitlam legion bar

Cash left in wallet by kind Good Samaritan like 'found money,' says seniors complex resident who bought her fellow retirees a round of drinks out of gratitude to the person who returned the billfold with cash and gift cards intact
More convenient options for chipping your tree in Port Coquitlam

More convenient options for chipping your tree in Port Coquitlam

Apply by Jan. 5 to have your tree picked up for chipping by the Port Coquitlam fire fighters
Year in Review: Here are the top nine Tri-City News Instagram posts of 2021

Year in Review: Here are the top nine Tri-City News Instagram posts of 2021

The Tri-City News lists its top images and video from the last year that caught eye of social media users on the popular platform.
The Evergreen Extension launched on Tri-Cities' rails five years ago. Where does it go from here?

The Evergreen Extension launched on Tri-Cities' rails five years ago. Where does it go from here?

TransLink says an average of 32,000 people are boarding the six-station line during busy hours on weekdays.
Year in Review: 2021 tested the strength, resiliency and unity of Tri-City arts

Year in Review: 2021 tested the strength, resiliency and unity of Tri-City arts

The arts community stayed vital to the region amid the unique times of the COVID-19 pandemic across all fields like theatre, publishing and crafts.
Deadline extended for Port Coquitlam winter auction in Amanda Todd's name

Deadline extended for Port Coquitlam winter auction in Amanda Todd's name

A winter fundraiser to continue the legacy of a late Port Coquitlam girl is now on until the end of January.