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Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

With currency exchange locations in Vancouver and Coquitlam, C&Z Holdings Ltd. was used as a conduit to funnel the life savings of a retired home-care worker to China — in a court ruling last week, a justice ordered the funds returned to the woman but stopped short of approving punitive damages
B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

Three more people died from the virus overnight, raising B.C.'s death toll from COVID-19 to 1,489.
Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Coquitlam Archives documents how it preserves donated materials, in a new online show called "From Accession to Access: The Art of Archival Processing."
Revised plan for Murray Street project includes more rental units for Port Moody

Revised plan for Murray Street project includes more rental units for Port Moody

Port Moody is looking at the addition of more than 1,000 new rental apartments over the next several years. A new project on Murray Street is proposing 50 market rental apartments and five that would be available at below-market rents.
'Dark Cloud' doc shines light on Amanda Todd, cyberstalking

'Dark Cloud' doc shines light on Amanda Todd, cyberstalking

Dark Cloud is a documentary by Mathew Embry and Holly Dupej about Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd; it will be shown as part of the Real 2 Reel Film Festival April 14 to 23.
Open Spaces is a 'fortunate' title, artist says of new Coquitlam show

Open Spaces is a 'fortunate' title, artist says of new Coquitlam show

Three new art exhibits opened April 1 at Coquitlam's Place des Arts including Grp4Art's Open Spaces.
Letter: It's time to change Port Moody's toxic public conversation

Letter: It's time to change Port Moody's toxic public conversation

'...the divisiveness present in the political climate in Port Moody has driven a wedge between neighbours on issues of critical importance. And it is threatening the future of our community.'
B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

B.C. sets record for number of people in intensive care units with COVID-19

Number of cases of the Brazilian variant P.1 are exploding.
Updated: 'Drowning' kayakers saved by citizens, Port Moody police in dramatic rescue Sunday

Updated: 'Drowning' kayakers saved by citizens, Port Moody police in dramatic rescue Sunday

Police responded to a call Sunday evening about several kayakers who ended up in the waters of Burrard Inlet
Opinion: Too slow or kicked out, winners and losers in B.C.'s AstraZeneca vaccine roll out

Opinion: Too slow or kicked out, winners and losers in B.C.'s AstraZeneca vaccine roll out

Small number of AstraZeneca doses quickly snapped up by 55 to 65 year olds while priority frontline workers kicked out of the line for now as B.C.'s vaccine program rolls out amidst changing circumstances