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Fitness classes go virtual in Coquitlam for December

Fitness classes go virtual in Coquitlam for December

Keep active during the pandemic this month by taking part in virtual classes through the city of Coquitlam.
Kids can have their art on Port Coquitlam council's holiday cards

Kids can have their art on Port Coquitlam council's holiday cards

Kids and youth in Port Coquitlam have until Dec. 4 to submit their festive artwork to city hall.
Five things to do this weekend in the Tri-Cities

Five things to do this weekend in the Tri-Cities

Events guide for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody, Nov. 13 to 15, 2020.
Everything you need to know to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

Everything you need to know to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide (CO) symptoms can mimic the common flu, but left untreated can be deadly.
Try ukulele lessons to lift your spirit during the pandemic

Try ukulele lessons to lift your spirit during the pandemic

The warm weather and sandy beaches of Hawaii may seem like a long way away right now.
Ikea just dropped a sweet new plant-based treat in Coquitlam

Ikea just dropped a sweet new plant-based treat in Coquitlam

Ikea just released a sweet new menu item that customers have been clamouring for: Plant-based soft serve. Made using a strawberry purée base, the vegan frozen treat gives flexitarians and plant-based guests a dessert option.
Tri-Cities woman takes pandemic sourdough craze to the next level

Tri-Cities woman takes pandemic sourdough craze to the next level

An Anmore woman who had always wanted to launch her own food business said it took a pandemic to get her sourdough enterprise off the ground.
How a woman found purpose, passion as a Therapeutic Recreation Assistant

How a woman found purpose, passion as a Therapeutic Recreation Assistant

Holding back tears, Montana Shermann takes a breath. “Sorry, I haven’t talked about them for a while,” she says. She pulls herself to the present and continues, “I was close with my grandparents who passed away recently.
B.C.’s top restaurant supplier opens doors to public with contactless grocery delivery and pickup

B.C.’s top restaurant supplier opens doors to public with contactless grocery delivery and pickup

Home cooking with restaurant-quality ingredients just got a whole lot more convenient and affordable.
BC Liquor Stores curates top wines for 2017 Bordeaux release

BC Liquor Stores curates top wines for 2017 Bordeaux release

A trip to France may be off the table this fall, but that won’t stop British Columbians from savouring some of the best wines a certain southwest region has to offer.