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Sunday Night Read: 'A short walk'

Sunday Night Read: 'A short walk'

This short story series submission is from Michele Paulse of Port Moody.
Minter: B.C.'s FireSmart guide, and its rules home gardeners should follow

Minter: B.C.'s FireSmart guide, and its rules home gardeners should follow

Master gardener Brian Minter: "One of the greatest concerns is the ability of wildfire embers jumping ahead."
Tri-Cities Today: July 7, 2024

Tri-Cities Today: July 7, 2024

Read what's happening in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Sunday, July 7, 2024.
Get Out: Low Entropy's Drop-in Adult Soccer

Get Out: Low Entropy's Drop-in Adult Soccer

Fun for all: Weekly co-ed soccer matches foster and celebrate community diversity.
BBB: Buying camping gear can be overwhelming. What you need to know

BBB: Buying camping gear can be overwhelming. What you need to know

Choose the right tent, buy good quality gear and be careful with purchasing equipment online are some tips the Better Business Bureau is offering for camping families.
Tri-Cities Today: July 6, 2024

Tri-Cities Today: July 6, 2024

Read what's on in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody on Saturday, July 6, 2024.
Traffic can be tough in Port Coquitlam. The city's got a plan

Traffic can be tough in Port Coquitlam. The city's got a plan

Port Coquitlam's council of committee OK'd revisions this week to the draft Master Transportation Plan following nearly three years of consultation.
Round 2 for Port Coquitlam townhouse bid by Mary Hill Bypass

Round 2 for Port Coquitlam townhouse bid by Mary Hill Bypass

On Tuesday, July 9, Port Coquitlam's council of committee will consider advancing a rezoning bid for a 43-unit townhouse development called “Greystone."
Public patios are good for business. Port Coquitlam wants more

Public patios are good for business. Port Coquitlam wants more

On Tuesday, July 9, Port Coquitlam's committee of council will look at a plan to formalize a Public Space Patio Program next year.
Coquitlam Public Library rebrands with fish, river logo

Coquitlam Public Library rebrands with fish, river logo

Coquitlam Public Library's new brand, which will launch this month, is an orange and green circle with a salmon head at the top and a river at its base.