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Student art show in Coquitlam to include work by teachers, staff and alumni

Student art show in Coquitlam to include work by teachers, staff and alumni

The Place des Arts' Community Exhibition opens June 4 at Coquitlam's Place des Arts.
Two Leo Award nominations for Port Moody actor

Two Leo Award nominations for Port Moody actor

Hiro Kanagawa is shortlisted in the Best Performance Male - Short Drama category for his performances in Deeper I Go, and The Tailor.
Story time at this Coquitlam park is packed each week

Story time at this Coquitlam park is packed each week

The Coquitlam Public Library's Library Link van makes its way to Coquitlam parks daily, with story times at Town Centre Park on Thursday nights.
Coquitlam Archives remembers the Great Flood of '48

Coquitlam Archives remembers the Great Flood of '48

What would it look like if the Fraser River swelled beyond its banks in Coquitlam? 
VIDEO: Young Coquitlam actors explore the minds of their peers to raise mental health awareness

VIDEO: Young Coquitlam actors explore the minds of their peers to raise mental health awareness

‘The Honey Files’ dives into day-to-day challenges in hopes of continuing the conversation.
Port Moody painter will show "iconic" work in an American museum this summer

Port Moody painter will show "iconic" work in an American museum this summer

Port Moody artist Elvira Kravenkova will have a new oil painting up at the Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art, for a summer exhibit on "iconic" themes.
Coquitlam actors in a cross-gendered spin on a Bard comedy

Coquitlam actors in a cross-gendered spin on a Bard comedy

Bryan Kazun portrays Chief Const. Dogberry while Megan Abraham takes on the role of Conrad in Much Ado About Nothing.
Retired Coquitlam teacher wins B.C. kids readers' choice award

Retired Coquitlam teacher wins B.C. kids readers' choice award

Sophie Trophy by Coquitlam writer Eileen Holland clinches a provincial award for her début chapter book for children.
‘Birds are a perfect way to get people interested in science’: birding game developed by Coquitlam teen takes flight

‘Birds are a perfect way to get people interested in science’: birding game developed by Coquitlam teen takes flight

Coquitlam's Adam Dhalla has spent more than two years developing a birdwatching game he hopes will get other young people interested in the hobby and conserving birds' habitat.
Untreated sleep apnea: symptoms to watch for and where to get help

Untreated sleep apnea: symptoms to watch for and where to get help

CanSleep can provide you with a non-invasive, overnight screening device that measures the quality of your sleep as indicated by your heart rate, oxygen and snoring levels