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For 23 years, Tri-City family has made MS its mission

A Coquitlam dad with multiple sclerosis has inspired generations of his family to get involved in a fundraising event to raise money for the B.C. and Yukon Division of the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada.

PoCo Legion branch will hand out eight $2,000 scholarships

The Royal Canadian Legion, Port Coquitlam Branch 133 is offering eight bursaries worth $2,000 each to Tri-City high school students.

BOOKS PLUS: Money, stories & much more at Tri-City libraries

Books Plus runs in The Tri-City News each Friday to highlight programs and happenings in the Tri-Cities' three libraries: Coquitlam Public Library, Port Moody Public Library and Terry Fox Library in Port Coquitlam.

French lessons in Coquitlam

A new French lessons session starts the week of April 11 at Centre francophone de Maillardville. The centre will offer three levels of French. For more information or to register, call 604-515-7070 or

Learn to care for aging parents at Port Moody workshop

Are you juggling the responsibilities of caring for your aging parents, your kids, your finances, your career, your retirement, and your well-being? Do you struggle with how to preserve your relationship with your parents as they become more dependen

SPOTLIGHT: A silver medal for a Gleneagle fashion designer

TALLEST TOWER Coquitlam's William Tigor, a fourth-year electrical engineering student at BCIT, was one of dozens of students who participated in a competition to see who could build the tallest tower and catapults from office supplies.

Port Moody Ecological Society needs buckets

The Port Moody Ecological Society is in urgent need of buckets for this year's Fingerling Festival and is asking the community to help.

Port Moody man is riding for his family and for a cause

Craig Rawlyk knows first-hand what cancer can do to a family. The Port Moody resident lost both of his parents to the disease in what he said was one of the most trying periods of his life.

Go green on Earth Day at Coquitlam Public Library

Coquitlam Public Library invites everyone concerned about the planet to a program on environmentally friendly living to commemorate Earth Day.

Coquitlam banker added to Douglas College board

The Douglas College Foundation has three new board members - one of them from Coquitlam.
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