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Five Things for the Weekend in the Tri-Cities

Five Things for the Weekend in the Tri-Cities

In-person and virtual events in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for Nov. 20 to 22, 2020.
Coquitlam students support the Christmas hamper program with virtual auction

Coquitlam students support the Christmas hamper program with virtual auction

With face-to-face holiday programs on hold, students are finding creative ways to give back
Port Moody little libraries a passion project for book-loving cousins

Port Moody little libraries a passion project for book-loving cousins

Olivia Wong and Melissa Wong have also started a reading club for young people
Five Things for the Weekend

Five Things for the Weekend

Weekend events guide for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody, for Nov. 5 to 8, 2020.
Small businesses in Coquitlam can build a free website

Small businesses in Coquitlam can build a free website

The city of Coquitlam is offering webinars to small business owners needing an online presence during the pandemic.
You can drive right up to this fright in Port Coquitlam on Halloween night

You can drive right up to this fright in Port Coquitlam on Halloween night

Unique event aims to serve up some spooky fun safely
Chamber names nominees for 2020 Business Excellence Awards

Chamber names nominees for 2020 Business Excellence Awards

The Tri-City News is among 41 companies to make the cut for a new business resiliency award.
Tri-City News circulation manager made a difference in people's lives

Tri-City News circulation manager made a difference in people's lives

Staff, community mourning the loss of Kim Yorston, who helmed the circulation department for many years, helping many carriers get their first job
Coquitlam mask sewer now has her own little shop

Coquitlam mask sewer now has her own little shop

After sewing 1,000 masks, Susan Walter now has a way to keep her offerings to the community dry through the rainy fall and winter months.
Mental health course offers ‘hope out of confusion’ for Tri-City families

Mental health course offers ‘hope out of confusion’ for Tri-City families

The Pathways Serious Mental Illness Society is offering the Family to Family course via Zoom to help families whose loved ones are struggling with severe mental illness