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Capital projects in Coquitlam come in on time, on budget during pandemic

Capital projects in Coquitlam come in on time, on budget during pandemic

The city of Coquitlam outlined its completed capital projects from 2020, and highlighted millions of dollars in construction work now happening or on the books for 2021-'22.
Girl Guides restricted with sales of chocolately mint cookies

Girl Guides restricted with sales of chocolately mint cookies

Help the Girl Guides of B.C. by purchasing a box of chocolatey mint cookies for their annual fundraiser.
Public record should show what politicians are Zooming in, Coquitlam councillor says

Public record should show what politicians are Zooming in, Coquitlam councillor says

Coquitlam Coun. Bonita Zarrillo wants the city clerk to make a special notation in the minutes to show who is present in the council chambers during civic meetings, and who's taking part electronically.
Yoga, fitness classes could be headed outdoors in Port Moody

Yoga, fitness classes could be headed outdoors in Port Moody

You could soon be able to do your gym workout in a Port Moody park after city council endorsed the idea as part of its program to help small businesses in the city weather the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small and medium-sized businesses have access to a government grant aimed at launching online storefronts

Small and medium-sized businesses have access to a government grant aimed at launching online storefronts

Businesses can apply for up-to $7,500 to create and enhance their e-commerce operations, working in partnership with a B.C.
Food festival aims to boost struggling Tri-City eateries

Food festival aims to boost struggling Tri-City eateries

The first-ever Taste of the Tri-Cities runs for five weeks, starting Feb. 15, with about 50 restaurants in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody taking part in the food festival.
Skip The Dishes adds controversial 'B.C. Fee' to food delivery orders

Skip The Dishes adds controversial 'B.C. Fee' to food delivery orders

And now customers are responding with #boycottskipthedishes
Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC crafts new plan to help businesses survive the pandemic

Indigenous Tourism BC has announced a three-year strategy to help hundreds of businesses get through the pandemic.
B.C. to help SMBs launch online storefronts with $12m grant program

B.C. to help SMBs launch online storefronts with $12m grant program

Eligible businesses can apply for up to $7,500 to help build or improve their e-commerce operations
Port Coquitlam mortgage expert named Business Leader of the Year

Port Coquitlam mortgage expert named Business Leader of the Year

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce handed out its business excellence awards last Saturday, naming Angela Calla of the Port Coquitlam-based company, The Angela Calla Mortgage Team, as the top business leader for 2020.