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Screen time unkind for the developing mind

Screen time unkind for the developing mind

Before we deal with our children’s screen addictions, we first have to take a good honest look at our own screen dependency. 
Got kids on screens too much? SD43 has a series to help families

Got kids on screens too much? SD43 has a series to help families

Carol Todd, SD43’s co-ordinator for digital literacy and citizenship, will be part of a panel that will discuss responsible electronic device use.
Chinese New Year gala in Coquitlam helps Hazel Trembath Elementary

Chinese New Year gala in Coquitlam helps Hazel Trembath Elementary

Proceeds from the Coquitlam gala will support to rebuild of Hazel Trembath Elementary, which was destroyed in an arson on Oct. 14, 2023.
New West jazz musician heats up Port Moody with Brazilian sounds

New West jazz musician heats up Port Moody with Brazilian sounds

On Jan. 27, Keenlyside will play some Samba, Bossa Nova and Choro tunes in Port Moody as part of the Inlet Theatre Music Series.
Helen Chesnut's Garden Notes: Let the seed shopping begin

Helen Chesnut's Garden Notes: Let the seed shopping begin

Seed game: Varieties new to the garden are compared with tried and true favourites.
Photos + Video: Snow alerts as storm continues in the Tri-Cities

Photos + Video: Snow alerts as storm continues in the Tri-Cities

Check here as snow alerts come in through the morning.
More discipline for Coquitlam teacher who brought snake to school

More discipline for Coquitlam teacher who brought snake to school

Middle school teacher Arthur Owen Sanderson was suspended for two days in December 2023 and is also ordered to take counselling sessions.
Got cloudy water? Coquitlam is flushing neighbourhood watermains

Got cloudy water? Coquitlam is flushing neighbourhood watermains

Coquitlam is currently cleaning out sediment and mineral build-up in its water distribution pipes.
Jobs in tourism and hospitality: free career program aims to support newcomers to B.C.

Jobs in tourism and hospitality: free career program aims to support newcomers to B.C.

Gateway to Tourism Hospitality Jobs for Newcomers offers fully funded training opportunities and tailored support to jobseekers and employers alike
Grocery shoppers in downtown Port Coquitlam ring in $3K for SHARE

Grocery shoppers in downtown Port Coquitlam ring in $3K for SHARE

"We are thrilled with the success of the Care for Share program and the generosity shown by our business members and their customers," said Jennifer McKinnon, BIA executive director.