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Photos: Tri-Cities commemorates National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022

Photos: Tri-Cities commemorates National Indigenous Peoples Day 2022

Students, civic offices and community organizations acknowledge and celebrate First Nations culture.
On Our Radar: First 2022 səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview lands walk in Coquitlam tours this weekend

On Our Radar: First 2022 səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview lands walk in Coquitlam tours this weekend

It's also the 30th anniversary of the Riverview Horticultural Culture Society.
Photos: The skirl of the pipes and grunts of caber tossing fill the air at ScotFest in Coquitlam

Photos: The skirl of the pipes and grunts of caber tossing fill the air at ScotFest in Coquitlam

The 90th Highland games at ScotFest BC returned to Coquitlam's Town Centre park on Friday and Saturday.
Coquitlam Crunch stairs to temporarily close amid week-long trail maintenance

Coquitlam Crunch stairs to temporarily close amid week-long trail maintenance

Heads up, if you frequent the 240-metre outdoor recreation site on a daily basis.
Coquitlam's biggest rose show is returning after two years away

Coquitlam's biggest rose show is returning after two years away

Members of the Fraser Pacific Rose Society will show off the florals of their labour this coming weekend
Free app alerts Coquitlam residents of waste collection disruptions

Free app alerts Coquitlam residents of waste collection disruptions

Personalized curbside pick-up schedules, reminder and updates at your finger tips.
Your Weekend: Highland Games, Father's Day fishing at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam

Your Weekend: Highland Games, Father's Day fishing at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam

Weekend listings for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody for June 17–19, 2022.
More than $17K raised by Tri-City mayors for local food banks

More than $17K raised by Tri-City mayors for local food banks

The 2022 mayors challenge saw nine civic leaders combine for nearly $314,000 from May, with a Port Moody non-profit as one of the beneficiaries.
Red plants — and 10K trees — part of Coquitlam's latest national gardening bid

Red plants — and 10K trees — part of Coquitlam's latest national gardening bid

Plant the town red, in honour of frontline workers and those lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Crazy, long waitlist for community gardens in Port Coquitlam

Crazy, long waitlist for community gardens in Port Coquitlam

As soon as a garden is built, spaces are snapped up. Is it time for cities to encourage community gardens on vacant properties that they own?