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'The demand for what we do skyrocketed’: child hunger issue worsened by pandemic, says B.C. charity

'The demand for what we do skyrocketed’: child hunger issue worsened by pandemic, says B.C. charity

Backpack Buddies organization helps fill ‘weekend hunger gap’ throughout Lower Mainland and beyond
Letter: 'Obey signs' when using these Coquitlam trails

Letter: 'Obey signs' when using these Coquitlam trails

People urged to use trails wisely
$132 million Port Coquitlam sports centre rushing toward fall finish

$132 million Port Coquitlam sports centre rushing toward fall finish

Challenging build for Port Coquitlam will come to an end when project is complete with 425-stall parking lot, new arena, gym, sports courts
Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak Royal Columbian Hospital

Fraser Health declares COVID-19 outbreak Royal Columbian Hospital

Fraser Health has also declared an outbreak at a B.C. jail, where 20 individuals in custody have tested positive for the virus.
B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as pandemic slogs on

B.C. records nine new COVID-19 deaths as pandemic slogs on

Province has fewest number of people under active health monitoring since early November
Anmore Green misses deadline, but work continues to solve sewage seepage

Anmore Green misses deadline, but work continues to solve sewage seepage

The clock is ticking for Anmore Green Estates to connect its 51 homes to the regional sewer system in Port Moody after its septic system failed more than three years ago.
'Do not make plans,' warns Henry in plea to stem Family Day travel

'Do not make plans,' warns Henry in plea to stem Family Day travel

B.C.'s top doc says travel should remain essential, with a focus on staying local, until at least the summer
'Gobsmacked': government park money lands in Coquitlam backcountry with no plan

'Gobsmacked': government park money lands in Coquitlam backcountry with no plan

Investments at Pinecone Burke will add five new backcountry campsites, and improvements to hiking and mountain biking trails, but why the money is coming before a draft park management plan — scheduled for a release in summer 2021 — is 'an utter mystery,' says the head of one outdoor recreation group
9 dead, 70 infected at active COVID-19 outbreaks in the Tri-Cities

9 dead, 70 infected at active COVID-19 outbreaks in the Tri-Cities

Despite widespread vaccinations, 9 deaths and 70 infections reported at active long-term care outbreaks in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody
B.C. woman's glowing review of jail appears on The Tonight Show Starring Fallon

B.C. woman's glowing review of jail appears on The Tonight Show Starring Fallon

"Keep in mind a Canadian jail is basically just a Courtyard Marriott," said Fallon.