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Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Supply chain pain may last past summer for B.C.’s car dealers

Number of new cars available to dealerships in the province hits record low
B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

B.C. to spend up to $5 million to support tourism events

Application process launched today for events that take place after September
Cannabis operator OK'd for Coquitlam City Centre was fined $11K for selling to a minor

Cannabis operator OK'd for Coquitlam City Centre was fined $11K for selling to a minor

Coquitlam will soon have two cannabis shops in the City Centre neighbourhood, but one operator has already run into trouble with the law for selling to a minor.
Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Why higher prices are likely for flights, hotels and restaurants

Tourism sector readies for best summer in years
Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Wage increases could slow the return to normal inflation

Employee compensation not expected to outpace annual inflation rates until 2023
Vancouver’s Later acquired after new owner raises US$135M

Vancouver’s Later acquired after new owner raises US$135M

Acquisition deal sees Later continuing on as standalone business unit
Developer eyes Granville Island-type project on Coquitlam waterfront

Developer eyes Granville Island-type project on Coquitlam waterfront

Fourteen years after Ryan Beedie got the OK for a waterfront community in southern Coquitlam, the well-known Metro Vancouver developer is ready to realize his vision for Fraser Mills.
Plastic shopping bags to be eliminated at Walmart's two Tri-City stores

Plastic shopping bags to be eliminated at Walmart's two Tri-City stores

Do you frequently shop at Walmart? You may notice a big change at its Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam locations by the end of April.
'Life-saving' device to detect opioid overdoses, alert medical services in the works by Coquitlam company

'Life-saving' device to detect opioid overdoses, alert medical services in the works by Coquitlam company

ODEN Health Solutions won $30,000 from a business competition at SFU, bringing it one step closer to potentially saving one more person's life.
Teal vests at Port Coquitlam doors means BC Cancer Foundation is knocking

Teal vests at Port Coquitlam doors means BC Cancer Foundation is knocking

The brightly coloured canvassers are going to Port Coquitlam homes to build awareness about the foundation, as well as its monthly donor program.