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It's wildfire season. Tri-City officials need you to be prepared

It's wildfire season. Tri-City officials need you to be prepared

Do you have a wildfire escape plan in place? Emergency response officials in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody are asking you to be prepared as the number of wildfires rise around the province.
You can e-scoot, cycle from Port Moody to Lafarge Lake this fall

You can e-scoot, cycle from Port Moody to Lafarge Lake this fall

The digger is out and the ground is broken close to Coquitlam City Hall for the next construction phase of the Guildford Greenway.
'Predictable,' Coquitlam MLA says of Tri-Cities' homelessness

'Predictable,' Coquitlam MLA says of Tri-Cities' homelessness

The cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody "have been dragging their feet,” MLA Selina Robinson said of the supportive housing plight.
Regional rail for south B.C.? Group wants Coquitlam to get on side

Regional rail for south B.C.? Group wants Coquitlam to get on side

A non-profit society dedicated to bringing regional rail from the Fraser Valley to Whistler, through the Tri-Cities, spoke at Coquitlam's committee of council on Monday, July 15, 2024. It didn't get the response it wanted.
Port Moody projects budget is saving the city more than $500K

Port Moody projects budget is saving the city more than $500K

More revenue than expected is coming from Port Moody's recreation and cultural services.
Get Out: Coquitlam Lawn Bowling Club

Get Out: Coquitlam Lawn Bowling Club

"Recreation and fun for everyone" is the mantra behind the game of bowls.
BBB: Need-to-know tips to fly safely on your summer vacation

BBB: Need-to-know tips to fly safely on your summer vacation

Book flights early, pack light and carry a list of emergency contacts are some tips the Better Business Bureau suggests for summer travelers.
A homeless shelter is out of control. Coquitlam wants action

A homeless shelter is out of control. Coquitlam wants action

Coquitlam RCMP attended 3030 Gordon Ave. nearly 500 times last year, while firefighters were on site 218 times. The city says the homeless shelter is a drain on civic resources.
Coquitlam's OCP is more than 1,000 pages. It's about to shrink

Coquitlam's OCP is more than 1,000 pages. It's about to shrink

Coquitlam planners feel about 65 per cent of the Official Community Plan content is redundant while 15 per cent is obsolete, allowing staff to shave the existing OCP to less than 400 pages.
Firms fined $22K over three months for fall risks at Tri-City construction sites

Firms fined $22K over three months for fall risks at Tri-City construction sites

One company was fined $10,000, one had no barriers at 30 feet in the air and a third saw one of its employees get seriously injured after falling two storeys.