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Eagle Ridge Hospital Auxiliary offering $1k bursary

Eagle Ridge Hospital Auxiliary is again offering a $1,000 bursary to a graduating Tri-Cities high school student who is planning to pursue a post-secondary education in health care.

Tzu Chi celebrates 10 years of winter relief program with care packages

The basement of Como Lake United Church was steamy with bodies and a hot lunch being served by the Coquitlam branch of the Tzu Chi Foundation.

The News launches new online calendar

Maybe you've noticed our new online calendar at - it's definitely not the old one. The new calendar requires no login or password, and the form to submit an item is easy to use.

South Side Family of Schools presentation cancelled

Low registration has resulted in the cancellation of the South Side Family of Schools presentation "New Ministry of Education Directions - What we can expect from our Children presentation." The meeting had been planned for this coming Tuesday, Feb.

Coquitlam middle school kids can learn how to cook

Two fun programs for middle-school-aged kids are being offered at Place Maillardville Community Centre, thanks to grants from businesses and the City of Coquitlam.

Sixth PechaKucha Coquitlam for ArtsConnect

A choral conductor, a photographer and an animator are among the presenters who will talk about their passions at PechaKucha Coquitlam Volume 6 next week.

THINGS TO DO: It's a wine of the times

Atypically grey February weekend is on the horizon. No matter, there are plenty of good times to be had throughout the Tri-Cities for you and the whole family. TODAY: Friday, Feb. 17 TOP TALENT Time is running out to see some top local art talent.

Port Coquitlam parents can learn about the future of education

Parents with children in the South Side Family of Schools in Port Coquitlam can learn more about changes to education at a meeting next week.

SPOTLIGHT: Lion talk

PUSH UPS Cadets and officers from PortCoquitlam's 2893 Seaforth armycorps pushed their way to successrecently - and for a good cause.

Gleneagle gifted kids work to build a school in Ecuador

A group of Gleneagle secondary school students is learning the art of fundraising.
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