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Festival du Bois is French for 'Let's party'

This year, they're sticking to the original plan.

Variety of help at Family Resource Centre

The Family Resource Centre run by the Learning Disabilities Association North Branch is registering for programs for children, including a support group for siblings of children with special needs.

Nastoh among 'books' at Coquitlam Living Library March 5

It is said that in order to understand another person, you must walk a mile in their shoes.

Duck, duck... whoa, what's that?

Jiri Jecminek, a Port Coquitlam nature and landscape photographer, captured this image of a Mandarin duck this week at Colony Farm in Coquitlam.

What YOUth can do at SFU in April

Hey kids, do you feel the urge for change? The What Can YOUth Do? symposium is arranged by youth for youth this spring and will feature a variety of workshops and speakers. The conference will be held at SFU's West Mall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: Singing and dancing at the Edge

This weekend, the Water's Edge Festival (WE) takes centre stage. But it'll have some stiff competition for your entertainment dollars from a host of other Tri-City events. Friday, Feb.

Gardeners, get ready for spring with the right tools

Spring is right around the corner and, for gardeners, the choice of which tool to purchase can be overwhelming. After all, there are as many gardening tools on the market as there are stores at which to buy them.

Serving up soup and hot dogs

Veggie dogs are now on the menu at the soup kitchen at Trinity United Church in Port Coquitlam thanks to the contributions of members of the local branch of the Tzu Chi Foundation.

Help for victimized families

Tri-City Transitions Society will present a pair of free classes - one for kids, one for parents, both beginning in April - as part of its Children Who Witness Abuse (CWWA) program: • Lion Tamers, an anger management group for children seven to

ERH Auxiliary offers $1k student bursary

Eagle Ridge Hospital Auxiliary is once again offering an education bursary of $1,000 to a student living in the Tri-Cities. This bursary is available to any student who is planning to pursue a post-secondary education in health care.