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Woman fatally stabbed in Coquitlam prompts call to homicide investigators

Woman fatally stabbed in Coquitlam prompts call to homicide investigators

RCMP and IHIT are asking the public to provide witness statements or video of the incident in an Austin Avenue underground parkade.
More lacrosse coming to new Port Coquitlam Community Centre

More lacrosse coming to new Port Coquitlam Community Centre

The Coquitlam Adanacs senior B team is returning to Port Coquitlam where it will be known as the PoCo Saints
COVID-19 outbreak ends at Coquitlam's Lakeshore Care Centre after 21 infections recorded

COVID-19 outbreak ends at Coquitlam's Lakeshore Care Centre after 21 infections recorded

There were no deaths linked to the virus during the retirement home's second known outbreak of the pandemic.
COVID-19 deaths in B.C. remain elevated, with 13 in past day

COVID-19 deaths in B.C. remain elevated, with 13 in past day

Related hospitalizations rise by 28 to 977.
YEAR OF THE TIGER: What Tri-City residents can eat to bring good fortune in 2022

YEAR OF THE TIGER: What Tri-City residents can eat to bring good fortune in 2022

What, and where to eat in Coquitlam during the Lunar New Year festivities, which start Feb. 1 for the Year of the Tiger.
Lifetime ban from teaching for former Tri-City teacher who served jail time in sex case

Lifetime ban from teaching for former Tri-City teacher who served jail time in sex case

‘You will never teach again,” says a panel appointed by the B.C. Teacher Commission for Teacher Regulation in case involving a former teacher-on-call for School District 43
Proof of vaccine coming for Coquitlam city workers

Proof of vaccine coming for Coquitlam city workers

Staff have been informed that a COVID-19 vaccination policy is coming at the end of February but few details are available; Port Coquitlam and Port Moody are considering vaccine policies, too
Tri-Cities COVID-19 local cases decline a third straight week with 17% dip in new data

Tri-Cities COVID-19 local cases decline a third straight week with 17% dip in new data

Infections have dropped by nearly 75 per cent in nearly a month since the region saw it's highest weekly count.
Eleven businesses want to open cannabis shops in Coquitlam

Eleven businesses want to open cannabis shops in Coquitlam

Coquitlam staff are now reviewing the applications using the city’s evaluation criteria and intend to present their recommendations to council this spring.
$500K on Christmas Day has Coquitlam man eyeing family's first home

$500K on Christmas Day has Coquitlam man eyeing family's first home

Andrew Buhain won a cool half-million from Lotto 6/49's draw on Dec. 25 — and "it's still so hard to believe."