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In the glory days of radio, this woman helped start a massive Port Moody electronics company

In the glory days of radio, this woman helped start a massive Port Moody electronics company

Isabelle Chisholm was the widow of Edward Chisholm, who made Port Moody a leading manufacturer of televisions and home hifi sets at his plant on Murray Street in the 1950s and early 1960s. She recently passed away at the age of 98.
'A light in the pandemic', why a Coquitlam man sings O Canada nightly for a year (Video)

'A light in the pandemic', why a Coquitlam man sings O Canada nightly for a year (Video)

Adam Turpin usually sings with a choir, now this Coquitlam man sings alone as he tries to boost the spirits of frontline workers with a powerful rendition of O Canada
B.C. has highest two-day total of new COVID-19 cases: 2,555

B.C. has highest two-day total of new COVID-19 cases: 2,555

B.C. has 9,574 people actively infected with COVID-19 – the highest number since December 21.
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.
Man 'appeared to be masturbating' on Metro Vancouver walking path: RCMP

Man 'appeared to be masturbating' on Metro Vancouver walking path: RCMP

The man had a small black dog with him that looked like a poodle.
Four Coquitlam area schools hit by COVID-19 on first day back to class after spring break

Four Coquitlam area schools hit by COVID-19 on first day back to class after spring break

Exposure notices sent to three schools in Port Coquitlam and one in Port Moody in the first week back to class as the Tri-Cities grapples with record-high numbers of COVID-19 cases
Blaze prompts evacuation at Coquitlam's only permanent homeless shelter

Blaze prompts evacuation at Coquitlam's only permanent homeless shelter

Coquitlam firefighters were called to the scene of a fire in a single unit at the 3030 Gordon shelter and transition housing facility; No one was injured and residents will be able to return to their rooms
Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Burnaby pharmacy apologizes after giving expired AstraZeneca vaccines to customers

Save-On-Foods says it's working on ensuring this doesn't happen again
B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

B.C. workplaces with COVID-19 outbreaks could be ordered to temporarily close

Workplaces, particularly in the Lower Mainland, are one of the most common areas where transmission is occurring, and it spans many sectors, according to Dr. Bonnie Henry.
Komagata Maru descendant seeks Port Moody’s acknowledgement of racist atrocities

Komagata Maru descendant seeks Port Moody’s acknowledgement of racist atrocities

For 15 years, Raj Singh Toor has been lobbying various levels of government to acknowledge the racist atrocities inflicted upon the passengers aboard the Komagata Maru that was forbidden to dock in Vancouver in May, 1914. His grandfather was among them.