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This legendary B.C. entertainer wraps up a Port Moody music series

This legendary B.C. entertainer wraps up a Port Moody music series

Roy Forbes closes the second season of the Inlet Theatre Music Series in Port Moody on April 27, 2024.
SD43 needs more classroom space. Three StrongStarts may close

SD43 needs more classroom space. Three StrongStarts may close

A petition launched last week to preserve the StrongStart programs in School District 43. The board of education will receive public feedback on its 2024–25 draft budget tonight, April 16, 2024.
Eight tiny love stories sought for Port Coquitlam pathway

Eight tiny love stories sought for Port Coquitlam pathway

The City of Port Coquitlam and Terry Fox Library is calling on local scribes of all ages to enter the contest as part of the May Days celebrations.
His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

His grandfolks went to WWII camps in B.C. He shares their story

"Sansei: The Storyteller" runs from April 16 to 20 at the Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam.
Japanese beetles are back in Port Coquitlam

Japanese beetles are back in Port Coquitlam

Signs are going up in Port Coquitlam public spaces where an insecticide will be spread to combat the invasive pest this spring.
Sunday Night Read: 'So Much to Tell You'

Sunday Night Read: 'So Much to Tell You'

This short story series submission is from Rachel Thexton of North Burnaby.
Minter: Fresh herbs — hard to imagine a garden without them

Minter: Fresh herbs — hard to imagine a garden without them

Master gardener Brian Minter says you don't have to look too far from your own home to expand your culinary palate.
Citizen science takes off after wildfire at this Coquitlam park

Citizen science takes off after wildfire at this Coquitlam park

Visitors to Minnekhada Regional Park in Coquitlam are snapping photos to study the fire recovery since Oct. 1, 2022.
Take a stroll along this new pathway in downtown Port Coquitlam

Take a stroll along this new pathway in downtown Port Coquitlam

Donald Pathway's new extension is part of Port Coquitlam's $11.85-million downtown revitalization project.
Photos: Port Moody Secondary escapes with 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Photos: Port Moody Secondary escapes with 'The Drowsy Chaperone'

Directed by Jesse Meredith, "The Drowsy Chaperone" runs at Port Moody Secondary April 24 to 26.