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Netflix, Coca Cola will cost B.C. residents more starting April 1

Netflix, Coca Cola will cost B.C. residents more starting April 1

First tabled in the B.C. government’s 2020 budget, the updated tax code was set to roll out July 1, 2020, but was delayed because of the pandemic
Coquitlam axe vandal downs trees, damages bench at Mundy Park

Coquitlam axe vandal downs trees, damages bench at Mundy Park

The city of Coquitlam is calling on the public to help as it investigates what the mayor called 'a hatchet job' after an axe vandal took down three trees and damaged a bench in Mundy park this week
West Coast Trail will reopen to Canadian hikers this summer

West Coast Trail will reopen to Canadian hikers this summer

The 75-kilometre trail will open from June 4 to Sept. 30
Letter: I sympathize with 'intolerable' noise at Port Coquitlam dog park — here's a fix

Letter: I sympathize with 'intolerable' noise at Port Coquitlam dog park — here's a fix

The Editor: Re: “ ‘Intolerable’ noise from Port Coquitlam dog park sparks petition ” (Tri-City News, March 26) I am very sympathetic to the plight of Bill Atfield.
ICBC rebate cheques starting to get mailed after cyberattack delays

ICBC rebate cheques starting to get mailed after cyberattack delays

ICBC says it has begun mailing COVID-19 rebate cheques in small batches directly to eligible customers and “continues to work on options to send out more cheques in the coming weeks.
Photos: Coquitlam’s junior firefighters bring new meaning to hanging out over March Break

Photos: Coquitlam’s junior firefighters bring new meaning to hanging out over March Break

A dozen high school students from around the Tri-Cities spent the first week of their March break trying their hand at a career in firefighting at Coquitlam Fire Rescue's third Junior Firefighters camp.
'Pride' as Port Coquitlam company pivots global snack business into making millions of N95 masks

'Pride' as Port Coquitlam company pivots global snack business into making millions of N95 masks

COVID-19 pandemic forced Inno Foods to harness its Tri-City workforce, manufacturing knowhow and equipment to add product lines and produce Canadian-certified N95 masks by the millions through an offshoot company, Inno Lifecare
Burnaby woman found dead in Port Moody lake

Burnaby woman found dead in Port Moody lake

The woman's death is not deemed suspicious, say Port Moody police
Coquitlam RCMP's gold scam warning plays into racist stereotypes: Roma activist

Coquitlam RCMP's gold scam warning plays into racist stereotypes: Roma activist

Coquitlam RCMP warn of a rise in fake gold scams and distraction thefts by 'Romanian Organized Theft Groups,' but activists see it as a veiled reference fanning 'that wave of gypsy fiction'
B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

B.C. records second-highest daily total of new COVID-19 cases: 908

The 6,245 people now actively fighting infections is the highest number since January 7.