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Love the Tri-Cities? Put it in print in The Tri-City News' A-List

The votes are in for The Tri-City News ' inaugural A-List and, boy, do our readers have plenty to say about the best our community has to offer.

Golden Spike Can Can looking for dancers

In preparation for an exciting year in Port Moody, the Golden Spike Can Can Dancers are now accepting new members. Port Moody's Centennial is in 2013 and the Golden Spike Can Can Dancers plan to be part of the celebrations.

Speaking champ featured at Port Moody Toastmasters event

Rocky Point Toastmasters is hosting a special event at Port Moody's Inlet Theatre on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. featuring Ed Tate, Toastmaster's 2000 International Speaking Champion.

Golden Spike AGM set for Oct. 17

Port Moody's Golden Spike Days are one of the Tri-Cities' biggest annual events and they don't happen without a great deal of planning and work by volunteers.

Plea goes out to blood and bone marrow donors

An Anmore boy and his family are thanking their neighbours and the Port Moody soccer community for participating in a recent blood donor drive.

Tree for all at Port Coquitlam school

Students, staff and parents at Port Coquitlam's Westwood elementary school gathered on National Tree Day, Sept. 26, and, with a School District 43 crew, planted a tree on the school grounds.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: Kiss a cod for the arts

We'll miss the warm weather and blue skies but, let's face it, these clouds are typical for the fall season. Not to worry: there's plenty to do inside this weekend in the Tri-Cities. Friday, Oct.

SPOTLIGHT: Teachers honoured by prime minister

RCH GIVING The foundation at Royal Columbian Hospital, which serves the Tri-Cities, has a new director for its major gifts.

Coquitlam students seek to set record for science

Get out your beakers and your bunsen burners for the world's largest science lab.

Rotarians launch food drive in Coquitlam

Tri-City shoppers are asked to be a little extra generous this weekend and contribute to the local Rotary Clubs' biannual Generous Hearts Food Drive. The drive will help fill the larders at Share Family and Community Services' food bank this fall.