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Port Moody company wins national recognition for its eco-friendly laundry detergent

Port Moody company wins national recognition for its eco-friendly laundry detergent

Tru Earth wins first-ever environmental award two years after beginning its mission to reduce chemical and material waste.
On your hat, lapel or purse: Wear a handmade poppy from this Port Coquitlam crafter to honour vets

On your hat, lapel or purse: Wear a handmade poppy from this Port Coquitlam crafter to honour vets

Already this year, Port Coquitlam's Alanna Wong has brought in $875 from her 305 poppies, which were made available starting Sept. 15.
Looming requirement to ask people for vaccine status worries Tri-City yoga, fitness studio owners

Looming requirement to ask people for vaccine status worries Tri-City yoga, fitness studio owners

Tri-City fitness businesses, gyms and yoga studios will be asking for proof of vaccination against COVID-19 starting Monday (Sept. 13).
Up to 10 pot shops to be considered for Coquitlam

Up to 10 pot shops to be considered for Coquitlam

Coquitlam now has a draft policy for cannabis sellers and producers.
The ins and outs of consumer-to-consumer shopping

The ins and outs of consumer-to-consumer shopping

People are turning their unused clothing and beauty products into a money-making endeavour.
Port Coquitlam cake bakers, Asian snack makers survive pandemic running businesses out of commissary kitchen

Port Coquitlam cake bakers, Asian snack makers survive pandemic running businesses out of commissary kitchen

B.C.'s restaurant industry has been hit hard by the pandemic but new food entrepreneurs are finding creative ways to cut costs and bring their products to the market, with some chefs taking orders and serving customers out of 'ghost kitchens' run entirely through apps
A Port Moody 'hidden gem' is closing for good

A Port Moody 'hidden gem' is closing for good

A beloved Port Moody burger joint with a spectacular waterfront location is closing for good on Sunday. But it's not because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New museum exhibit shows ‘employment opportunities’ have always been a part of Port Moody’s history

New museum exhibit shows ‘employment opportunities’ have always been a part of Port Moody’s history

As Port Moody wrestles with becoming a self-sustaining community where people can live and work, a new display at Station Museum shows "employment opportunities" have always been a driving force in building the city.
Port Moody seeks businesses to honour with annual Spike Awards

Port Moody seeks businesses to honour with annual Spike Awards

Port Moody is again honouring its business community. Nominations for the city's annual Spike Awards are now being accepted until Oct. 1.
From busting bad guys to battling B.O.; Port Moody cop spends retirement making soap

From busting bad guys to battling B.O.; Port Moody cop spends retirement making soap

A retired cop from Port Moody is discovering there's not a huge difference between his former career and his current retirement avocation, making soap.