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Partial closure at Coquitlam restoration company due to COVID-19 exposure

Partial closure at Coquitlam restoration company due to COVID-19 exposure

Polycrete Restorations’ office is now closed for 10 days
Tri-City April home sales surge in comparison to one year ago amid COVID-19

Tri-City April home sales surge in comparison to one year ago amid COVID-19

Mixed bag of regional real estate still favours overall Metro Vancouver market
More elbow room on bigger patios proposed for Port Coquitlam's brewery trail

More elbow room on bigger patios proposed for Port Coquitlam's brewery trail

Port Coquitlam is permitting larger patios for the city's breweries to help them cope with restrictions to indoor gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic; the hope is that the city could soon be recognized as the next brewery district in the region
Younger Tri-City residents need to speak up about Riverview's future: BC Housing

Younger Tri-City residents need to speak up about Riverview's future: BC Housing

The survey deadline to have a say on the future of səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview Lands has been extended.
Business directory helps Tri-Cities residents shop local

Business directory helps Tri-Cities residents shop local

Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce created a directory that listed adjusted hours, online stores and operational procedures
‘People cannot stay at home forever’: 100 new Coquitlam jobs slated for massive TransLink operations centre

‘People cannot stay at home forever’: 100 new Coquitlam jobs slated for massive TransLink operations centre

A new operations centre being built in Coquitlam to store and maintain SkyTrain vehicles will create about 100 jobs in the city.
Coquitlam plans for more seniors homes next to rebuilt community centre

Coquitlam plans for more seniors homes next to rebuilt community centre

A list of qualified non-profit groups that want to design, build and run a new seniors housing complex next to Place Maillardville in Coquitlam is now being compiled.
Coquitlam’s interests ‘not necessarily aligned’ with Metro as it looks to stake a claim in mine’s future

Coquitlam’s interests ‘not necessarily aligned’ with Metro as it looks to stake a claim in mine’s future

The city of Coquitlam will study the area around the Upper Pipeline Road corridor to look at its future needs; the move comes as the mine's operations wind down and the expansion of water infrastructure looms
Things you need to know about green burials

Things you need to know about green burials

Through green burials, Kearney Funeral Services offers families a natural and sustainable alternative to conventional post-life arrangements
Another delay for three high-rises in Coquitlam City Centre

Another delay for three high-rises in Coquitlam City Centre

A developer with plans to build a trio of towers in Coquitlam City Centre was given more time by council this week to work on the massive project.