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What will Riverview 2.0 look like for Coquitlam? You can have a say

What will Riverview 2.0 look like for Coquitlam? You can have a say

The survey for the future of səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview Lands closes on Friday, April 30.
Protect what matters with one of B.C.’s largest insurance providers

Protect what matters with one of B.C.’s largest insurance providers

Johnston Meier is one of B.C.’s largest insurance groups, with a proven track record of dependability for its customers
Got a question for Coquitlam council? Ask it at the virtual town hall

Got a question for Coquitlam council? Ask it at the virtual town hall

The city of Coquitlam's virtual town hall meeting takes place on Thursday, April 29 at 7 p.m.
Popular Port Moody ice cream shop set to open massive production facility

Popular Port Moody ice cream shop set to open massive production facility

New plant next to Rocky Point Park will be able to make 750 litres of frozen treats an hour to stock its own shops, Metro Vancouver grocery stores, park concessions
New Port Coquitlam patios give patrons — and their pooches — a place to go during pandemic

New Port Coquitlam patios give patrons — and their pooches — a place to go during pandemic

City of Port Coquitlam is offering businesses the opportunity to expand outdoors with temporary patios on sidewalks, parking lots and even a city lane to help them through the COVID-19 pandemic
40 outdoor patios open for business in Coquitlam (MAP)

40 outdoor patios open for business in Coquitlam (MAP)

The interactive map lists over 300 Coquitlam eateries offering patio and outdoor dining, as well as take-out and delivery services
Coquitlam is readying for post-pandemic tourism

Coquitlam is readying for post-pandemic tourism

The pandemic is shifting the way the city of Coquitlam is approaching tourism as an economic driver.
Nostalgia for VW vans and road trips boost Coquitlam camper van rental business

Nostalgia for VW vans and road trips boost Coquitlam camper van rental business

Port Moody entrepreneur started his Honest Camper business after a road trip with his son in a retro VW; now he's refurbishing campers and renting them out to British Columbians denied international travel during the COVID-19 pandemic
You want mustard with that? Food carts could be coming to Port Moody's sidewalks

You want mustard with that? Food carts could be coming to Port Moody's sidewalks

A Port Moody councillor is pitching the city create a policy that would allow food carts on its sidewalks and in its parks.
What's for dinner? Eat Tri-Cities has a few ideas

What's for dinner? Eat Tri-Cities has a few ideas

Tina Gohar, a Gleneagle secondary graduate, launched Eat Tri-Cities on Facebook last August; the restaurant reviews and recommendations are now on Instagram.