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Looking ahead to 2022, Port Coquitlam mayor sees job growth and a 'balanced' community

Looking ahead to 2022, Port Coquitlam mayor sees job growth and a 'balanced' community

Port Coquitlam eyes slower development growth in 2022 but has several of its own capital projects on the books
Burst pipe floods stores in Port Moody’s Newport Village

Burst pipe floods stores in Port Moody’s Newport Village

Several businesses are closed until further notice after they were flooded by a burst sprinkler pipe
Determination and hope: How Port Coquitlam businesses forged ahead in 2021

Determination and hope: How Port Coquitlam businesses forged ahead in 2021

Port Coquitlam saw several new businesses open up in the city in 2021 despite a global pandemic casting a shadow over social interaction
Long-time Coquitlam grocery store closing for good on Christmas Eve

Long-time Coquitlam grocery store closing for good on Christmas Eve

Loblaws has announced it is closing the Your Independent Grocer at Cariboo Centre, signs say the store will close on Dec. 24.
Popular Port Coquitlam gluten-free bakery expands to open café in city's newest development

Popular Port Coquitlam gluten-free bakery expands to open café in city's newest development

Caffé Delish will be one of the first new businesses to open in Montrose Square, next to the Port Coquitlam Community Centre
Coquitlam applies to Metro Vancouver to partner on seniors' housing at Place Maillardville

Coquitlam applies to Metro Vancouver to partner on seniors' housing at Place Maillardville

The City of Coquitlam will submit a bid to Metro Vancouver Housing (MVH) before Dec. 31 to see if it wants to partner on new rental homes for seniors beside the updated recreation centre.
Coquitlam's message to developers: Respect the community, look professional and clean up the mess

Coquitlam's message to developers: Respect the community, look professional and clean up the mess

'You're making a promise': Coquitlam council asks working developers to respect communities
Sequoia to be cut, heritage home to be saved in Coquitlam housing plan that's getting mixed reviews

Sequoia to be cut, heritage home to be saved in Coquitlam housing plan that's getting mixed reviews

It’s back to the drawing board for a development company that wants to build 93 condo and townhouse units — south of the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam.
Cannabis dispensaries OK'd for Coquitlam — three years after feds legalize recreational use

Cannabis dispensaries OK'd for Coquitlam — three years after feds legalize recreational use

“We’ve benefited from taking the wait-and-see approach," Coun. Craig Hodge says as Coquitlam city council adopts a cannabis regulatory framework.
Ryan Whittle elected as board chair of Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

Ryan Whittle elected as board chair of Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce

The CPA was chosen by peers at the TCCC's annual general meeting.