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Photos: Coquitlam high school goes back to the '80s for parent dinner, dance

Photos: Coquitlam high school goes back to the '80s for parent dinner, dance

The annual event at Dr. Charles Best Secondary typically sells out, organizers say.
Port Coquitlam high school brings out the poison for 'macabre' play

Port Coquitlam high school brings out the poison for 'macabre' play

Archbishop Regional Secondary School will mount "Arsenic and Old Lace" at the Terry Fox Theatre in Port Coquitlam, March 2–4, 2023.
Photos: Port-of-entry panels for new Gordie Howe bridge unveiled by Port Moody artist

Photos: Port-of-entry panels for new Gordie Howe bridge unveiled by Port Moody artist

The commissioned piece by Port Moody artist Sara Graham will be seen by thousands of commuters daily, travelling into Ontario.
Boost your barista skills and create latte art at these Port Coquitlam classes

Boost your barista skills and create latte art at these Port Coquitlam classes

C Market Coffee in Fremont Village is bringing back its popular sessions for local coffee connoisseurs.
Searches for historical records, photos of Coquitlam up 11% last year

Searches for historical records, photos of Coquitlam up 11% last year

Information about family homes and genealogy ranked high for Coquitlam Archives in 2022.
Coquitlam music producer, disability champion Bobbi Style dies

Coquitlam music producer, disability champion Bobbi Style dies

A memorial will be held on Friday, Feb. 24 in Coquitlam for Bobbi Style, a longtime resident and music producer.
Six Minute Sex book author launches website, podcast in time for Valentines Day

Six Minute Sex book author launches website, podcast in time for Valentines Day

"It just looks different:" Being older doesn't have to mean giving up intimacy with a long-term trusted partner.
On Our Radar: Focus on your life goals — and tree pose — at this Coquitlam fundraiser

On Our Radar: Focus on your life goals — and tree pose — at this Coquitlam fundraiser

An event combining yoga and vision boarding is set to help feed local families through United Way.
B.C.'s biggest francophone music and cultural festival coming to Coquitlam

B.C.'s biggest francophone music and cultural festival coming to Coquitlam

This is the 34th year for Festival du Bois, which offers musical performances, dancing, food, workshops, shopping and a traditional francophone experience at Mackin Park.
Jane Mortifee to play Port Moody for a post–Valentine's show

Jane Mortifee to play Port Moody for a post–Valentine's show

Tickets to see Jane Mortifee at the Inlet Theatre (100 Newport Dr., Port Moody) on Saturday, Feb. 18 are via eventbrite.ca. The concert starts at 7 p.m.
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