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Cash handed out to Coquitlam area schools for student activities

Cash handed out to Coquitlam area schools for student activities

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, which has curbed extra-curricular activities, 78 schools and parent groups are getting a combined $695,120, with flexibility to allow them to hold events once it's safe to do so
Speak up on Port Coquitlam budget for a chance to win swag

Speak up on Port Coquitlam budget for a chance to win swag

Those who sign up for a survey before Jan. 31 will be entered to win a $50 gift card to the Port Coquitlam business of their choice and a basket of city swag, deadline for budget input though is Jan. 17
Boredom-buster ideas to stay fit, have fun in Port Coquitlam over the holidays

Boredom-buster ideas to stay fit, have fun in Port Coquitlam over the holidays

Skating, swimming and Christmas crafts among the fun things families can do over the winter break in Port Coquitlam
View this giant Coquitlam light display and help Variety charity

View this giant Coquitlam light display and help Variety charity

Light displays are becoming an important way to celebrate the holidays this year and one Coquitlam family is working hard to make their display extra special
Meet some of the people who helped make Port Moody better in 2020

Meet some of the people who helped make Port Moody better in 2020

Port Moody presents civic awards to 14 people who, through their volunteer efforts, helped make the city a better place in 2020.
Two Port Moody beers make B.C.’s top 10 holiday brews list

Two Port Moody beers make B.C.’s top 10 holiday brews list

A Hazy IPA and a spiced stout round out offerings from two Port Moody breweries, both picked for the B.C. Ale Trail’s top 10 holiday-themed brews
Extra recycling pick-up dates over holidays in Port Coquitlam

Extra recycling pick-up dates over holidays in Port Coquitlam

City will spend $12,000 this year to add extra recycling pick up dates for residents to help with the build up of recycled materials over the holiday season
Coquitlam man eats world's spiciest gummy bear to raise $5,000 for food bank

Coquitlam man eats world's spiciest gummy bear to raise $5,000 for food bank

Coquitlam dad and volunteer firefighter is in the midst of eating some of the hottest foods on the planet — all for charity.
Tri-City group seeks release of imprisoned journalist, activist and family

Tri-City group seeks release of imprisoned journalist, activist and family

'Human rights are always under threat but under pandemic, it’s even worse,' says Amnesty International organizer for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody. The group is preparing to move to a virtual annual fundraiser set for Dec. 10.
Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit in Coquitlam

Pedestrian in critical condition after being hit in Coquitlam

The incident happened Saturday at Falcon Drive and Harrier Drive