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Sunday Night Read: 'Falling in love with community'

Sunday Night Read: 'Falling in love with community'

This short story series submission is from Monisha Kumar of Port Coquitlam.
Minter: Our gardens as natural habitats

Minter: Our gardens as natural habitats

Diversity is key to creating a welcoming environment for animals and insects that rely on flowers for food, says master gardener Brian Minter.
Patient describes harrowing stiff person syndrome, lack of resources in Canada

Patient describes harrowing stiff person syndrome, lack of resources in Canada

An "episode at work" is how Robyn Cook describes the sudden and life-changing full-body spasm that sent her to the emergency room, five years before a mysterious set of symptoms would be diagnosed as stiff person syndrome.
Get Out: Soroptimist International of the Tri-Cities

Get Out: Soroptimist International of the Tri-Cities

The regional organization is investing in women's and girls' education, as well as safe spaces and clothing.
BBB: 'Buy now, pay later' customers gain protections in wake of CFPB rule

BBB: 'Buy now, pay later' customers gain protections in wake of CFPB rule

Stick to your budget and read the fine print are some of the tips the Better Business Bureau (BBB) suggests when choosing this payment system.
Looking for the Fountain of Youth? Try the gym and weight-resistance training

Looking for the Fountain of Youth? Try the gym and weight-resistance training

There are biological limits, but one expert says the bulk of age-related decline in strength, flexibility and endurance is behavioural — putting too few demands on the body, not too many.
Grad 2024: Heritage Woods Secondary co-valedictorian Graeme Morton

Grad 2024: Heritage Woods Secondary co-valedictorian Graeme Morton

The Tri-City News asked SD43 valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to reflect on their high school years and tell us what their future brings.
Have your short story published in our new 'Sunday Night Read'

Have your short story published in our new 'Sunday Night Read'

Writers from the Tri-Cities, Burnaby and New Westminster are wanted to submit short stories for publication.
Claire Nielsen: Negative calorie diet — fact or fad?

Claire Nielsen: Negative calorie diet — fact or fad?

"When we eat only to satisfy our need for satiation and/or to feed our cravings, the majority of the food we consume may have very little nutritional value," writes columnist Claire Nielsen.
Grad 2024: Gleneagle Secondary valedictorian Bana Anabtawi

Grad 2024: Gleneagle Secondary valedictorian Bana Anabtawi

The Tri-City News asked SD43 valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to reflect on their high school years and tell us what their future brings.