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Coquitlam woman achieves unexpected milestone sewing masks

Coquitlam woman achieves unexpected milestone sewing masks

Early on in the COVID-19 pandemic, Susan Walter thought she could be a good neighbour, rid herself of scraps of material she’d accumulated over the years and raise some money for causes close to her heart by sewing a few masks .
Community spirit and pollinators themes of 2020 Coquitlam in Bloom

Community spirit and pollinators themes of 2020 Coquitlam in Bloom

Whether at home in your garden or in a park with someone dear, there are dozens of fun ways to join Coquitlam in Bloom and raise community spirit this year.
New Port Moody café is a fusion of coffee, art and design

New Port Moody café is a fusion of coffee, art and design

Cezar Salaveria thinks art and design should spark conversation. And what better place to converse than a coffee shop.
Port Coquitlam student paints rocks to spread motivational message

Port Coquitlam student paints rocks to spread motivational message

Insiyah Dharsee is making the best of a summer without camp, hanging out with her friends or extensive travel.
PHOTOS: Bike rodeo brings smiles to kids at Kwikwetlem First Nation

PHOTOS: Bike rodeo brings smiles to kids at Kwikwetlem First Nation

It’s hard to tell whether the smiles or eyes were bigger on kids at Kwikwetlem First Nation last Tuesday when they collected shiny new bikes to put through their paces at a special rodeo put on by Coquitlam RCMP.
Popular outdoor summer camp opens doors to Tri-Cities

Popular outdoor summer camp opens doors to Tri-Cities

Mossom Creek summer camps will be offered over two weeks in August on a first come, first served basis.
This Coquitlam man could be one of Canada's top immigrants

This Coquitlam man could be one of Canada's top immigrants

A Coquitlam immigrant is so appreciative of the new life he’s been able to build in Canada, he’s hoping to be selected as one of the country’s top 25 immigrants in an annual “people’s choice” competition put on by Canadian Immigrant magazine.
Local independent grocery chain rebrands with new look and same great quality

Local independent grocery chain rebrands with new look and same great quality

Local grocery chain Donald’s Market’s Commercial Drive, Port Coquitlam and New Westminster locations are now operating under a new name: City Avenue Market.
Pancake breakfast promises a flipping good time online

Pancake breakfast promises a flipping good time online

For the first time in 43 years, the smell of pancakes fresh off the griddle won’t be wafting through the expansive garage at Port Moody Fire Rescue’s Inlet Centre fire hall.
PHOTOS: Shriners brings smiles to seniors

PHOTOS: Shriners brings smiles to seniors

Drum and bugle band plays for pizza