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Coquitlam city hall opens its books with launch of new data portal

Coquitlam city hall opens its books with launch of new data portal

Today (July 14), the city launched its Coquitlam Open Data portal, a website that has more than 120 datasets for users to play with — for free.
Coquitlam used car dealer ordered to pay back millions from investment scheme

Coquitlam used car dealer ordered to pay back millions from investment scheme

BC Supreme Court judge orders the owner of a luxury used car dealer based in Coquitlam to pay back nearly $4 million plus punitive damages to his former investor
Coquitlam to dole out $1M more in COVID-19 relief cash

Coquitlam to dole out $1M more in COVID-19 relief cash

Coquitlam is budgeting nearly $1 million more for post-pandemic relief to residents, businesses and groups this and next year.
A "made in Coquitlam" public engagement strategy. What will that look like?

A "made in Coquitlam" public engagement strategy. What will that look like?

The city of Coquitlam is developing a community engagement strategy to get more public feedback on civic policies and plans.
Christian academy to stay in Coquitlam while new Port Coquitlam school gets built

Christian academy to stay in Coquitlam while new Port Coquitlam school gets built

A private high school will stay put in its Coquitlam location for three more years.
Wrecking ball ordered for decaying home in Coquitlam

Wrecking ball ordered for decaying home in Coquitlam

A Coquitlam homeowner has been told to tear down her home — or the city will do it for her.
Metro Vancouver's mega water main dig through Coquitlam due to start in 2022

Metro Vancouver's mega water main dig through Coquitlam due to start in 2022

A mega water main that was due to be installed through Coquitlam this year is now expected to start in 2022, according to Metro Vancouver.
Heat wave hits Port Coquitlam blueberry crop, but most were saved for local u-pickers

Heat wave hits Port Coquitlam blueberry crop, but most were saved for local u-pickers

Port Coquitlam blueberry farmers relieved that heat did not harm the crop as the 2021 blueberry season gets underway
Coquitlam got $146M richer last year despite COVID-19 challenges. Here's why

Coquitlam got $146M richer last year despite COVID-19 challenges. Here's why

Coquitlam’s bottom line last year proved to be its strongest yet.
Metro Vancouver nearly shattered its record on Sunday for drinking water consumption

Metro Vancouver nearly shattered its record on Sunday for drinking water consumption

Don’t wash your cars or water lawns too much this summer, Metro Vancouver asks residents and businesses.