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BC Conservatives now have four Tri-City candidates for fall vote

BC Conservatives now have four Tri-City candidates for fall vote

Ndellie Massey and Hamed Najafi are the latest BC Conservatives to announce their candidacy in the Tri-Cities for the Oct. 19, 2024, general election in B.C.
Prizes are waiting for Coquitlam teens during Youth Week 2024

Prizes are waiting for Coquitlam teens during Youth Week 2024

Registration is now open for the City of Coquitlam's scavenger hunt and 3-on-3 basketball tournament for teens during BC's Youth Week, May 1 to 7, 2024.
Work on your tan: Two days left to bid on Mexican holiday, support Coquitlam charity

Work on your tan: Two days left to bid on Mexican holiday, support Coquitlam charity

Time is running out on an annual fundraiser for the Charlene Reaveley Children's Charity Society, which helps kids after they have lost a parent or sibling.
Photos: Douglas College students vie for annual research prizes

Photos: Douglas College students vie for annual research prizes

The annual Student Research Days in Coquitlam and New Westminster has the largest turnout since the contest started in 2009.
This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

This Port Coquitlam park will soon have whimsical eco-sculptures

Nickie Lewis, Port Coquitlam's summer artist-in-residence, is creating similar eco-installations as in Robert Burnaby Park in Burnaby.
Photos: Graduating students in Port Moody give love to War of 1812 women

Photos: Graduating students in Port Moody give love to War of 1812 women

Grade 12 students Amy Ritchie and Kyan Ho didn't like what they read in their Social Studies 9 textbook, so they wrote a musical to counter the lack of information about heroines in the War of 1812.
Sunday Night Read: 'Annuii'

Sunday Night Read: 'Annuii'

This short story series submission is from Ming Louie Stein of Port Moody.
Minter: Keep those shady areas looking great

Minter: Keep those shady areas looking great

Got one or multiple shade spots in your garden? Expert Brian Minter says planting a variety of plants can help.
Garden to table: How to live a berry long life

Garden to table: How to live a berry long life

A handful of berries a day far outweighs the benefits of an apple
Port Coquitlam burlesque dancer in Showpony Soirée on Saturday

Port Coquitlam burlesque dancer in Showpony Soirée on Saturday

Scarlet Delirium is one of several entertainers lined up to perform at the annual Vancouver International Burlesque Festival.