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ERH nurses and administrators face off in Wheel to Heal

Nurses at Eagle Ridge Hospital are gearing up to take on their administrators at the Fraser Health Authority over a fundraising dispute that's destined to spill onto the streets of the Tri-Cities in May. May 15, to be exact.

Big Sisters ask Lower Mainland women a big question

Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland's new volunteer recruitment campaign targets women who have always thought about volunteering as a Big Sister but haven't yet taken action.

Yoga for all ages at Pinetree in Coquitlam

People of all ages are getting benefits from taking part in yoga classes and to capitalize on this trend, Coquitlam's Parks, Recreation and Culture Services are offering several sessions for different groups.

THINGS-TO-DO GUIDE: What Is Art? Come and see

With another week of spring break to go, what better way to celebrate the beauty of the season than by getting outside for a nature walk or some bird watching? Of course, if the weather doesn't hold, there are plenty of arts, culture and craft events

Port Moody museum hosts annual Easter egg hunt

Easter is a month away and Port Moody Station Museum is planning its annual celebration.

Share your green thumb skills at Coquitlam garden

Do you have an interest and/or experience in raising a food garden? Do you feel comfortable working with school-age kids? If so, then become an Inspiration Garden volunteer mentor.

Coquitlam firefighters taking a run to promote Firefit

A group of Coquitlam Fire and Rescue smoke-eaters are promoting the Firefit challenge by going for a run. For 10 km, with thousands of other people. And wearing 30 kg of gear.

Secrets to Fatherhood class starts on April 11

Tri-City Transitions Society is offering an eight-week parenting program for dads titled Secrets to Fatherhood. The program runs Mondays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.. April 11 to June 13.

Talks for parents with babies

Baby's First Year ushers in the spring season at Place Maillardville community centre with a line-up of expert guest speakers for its free drop-in program for moms, dads and grandparents with babies up to 12 months of age.

Cracking code of dementia at Dogwood

If you are caring for someone who has dementia and as a result there are challenging and or unwanted behaviours that are stressful for you, join Karen Tyrell as she presents Cracking the Dementia Code on Friday, April 1 at 10 a.m.
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