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Daily COVID-19 cases continue to plunge in the Tri-Cities

Daily COVID-19 cases continue to plunge in the Tri-Cities

Weekly cases are also down
Port Moody looking again at establishing warming shelter program for winter months

Port Moody looking again at establishing warming shelter program for winter months

Port Moody will take a harder look at establishing a warming shelter at Kyle Centre next winter.
Active COVID-19 infections fall in B.C. in 40th straight data update, to 1,389

Active COVID-19 infections fall in B.C. in 40th straight data update, to 1,389

One more COVID-19 death, and 109 new infections were detected overnight.
New bike racks, lockers give cyclists safe storage at SkyTrain station in Port Moody

New bike racks, lockers give cyclists safe storage at SkyTrain station in Port Moody

TransLink launches on demand bike storage system at six transit stops, including Moody Centre, in the hopes of encouraging commuters to use bikes, transit to get around
GRAD 2021: Port Moody's valedictorian Carina Fota

GRAD 2021: Port Moody's valedictorian Carina Fota

This month, Tri-City News asked high school valedictorians in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody to describe what it's like to graduate in the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic — and without an official ceremony.
Drive-thru pancakes and history: How Port Coquitlam aims to celebrate Canada Day 2021

Drive-thru pancakes and history: How Port Coquitlam aims to celebrate Canada Day 2021

City calls for the day to be a time of reflection, with educational resources to encourage residents to learn about Canada’s history and celebrate the contributions of Indigenous communities — plus art, music and food
Friends hope to raise $50K for Coquitlam resident recovering from northern B.C. bear attack

Friends hope to raise $50K for Coquitlam resident recovering from northern B.C. bear attack

Gil Graham was part of a team reopening a work camp that had been shut down by COVID-19 when a bear appeared out of nowhere and pinned him down while trying to escape danger.
Coquitlam mayor urges businesses to ignore fake legal notices from anti-maskers

Coquitlam mayor urges businesses to ignore fake legal notices from anti-maskers

Tri-City business owners have been slapped with cease and desist orders by people declaring themselves citizens of a "sovereign republic;" the mayor says these fake notices shouldn’t be taken seriously.
RCMP say missing Port Coquitlam teen may be getting help avoiding well-being check

RCMP say missing Port Coquitlam teen may be getting help avoiding well-being check

Noelle "Elli" O'soup remains missing since May 12, 2021, and may have changed her look; while she's known to frequent Vancouver, Mounties say she could be anywhere across the Lower Mainland.
Fraser Health staging all-night 'Vax-a-thon' with costumes, prizes and 7,000 doses

Fraser Health staging all-night 'Vax-a-thon' with costumes, prizes and 7,000 doses

Event open to anyone in Fraser Health for their first dose