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Buses and fare gates in Metro Vancouver now take debit card taps

Buses and fare gates in Metro Vancouver now take debit card taps

A new tap-and-go option has arrived
Port Moody’s East Coast kitchen party takes shelter for the winter

Port Moody’s East Coast kitchen party takes shelter for the winter

The first East Coast kitchen party was held last September at Rocky Point Park.
Is Port Moody a safe community for you? Talk about it with local cops

Is Port Moody a safe community for you? Talk about it with local cops

PMPD and the city are co-hosting a free interactive session on Jan. 18 with residents aged 50 years and older.
On Our Radar: Tri-Cities United kicking off 2023 slate with potluck social

On Our Radar: Tri-Cities United kicking off 2023 slate with potluck social

Interested residents that may still be feeling isolated are encouraged to bring a family-favourite dish to share.
Year of the Rabbit: Port Moody hosting regional Lunar New Year celebration

Year of the Rabbit: Port Moody hosting regional Lunar New Year celebration

A trio of organizations — plus two Tri-Cities MLAs — will showcase dancers, performers and artists at the Inlet Theatre this weekend.
Popular salad chain opens in Coquitlam in time for New Year's resolutions

Popular salad chain opens in Coquitlam in time for New Year's resolutions

Adding more vegetables to your diet? There's more than just salads at the new Chopped Leaf restaurant in Sunwood Square.
Tri-City trio up for Ovation! awards in theatre, music and dance

Tri-City trio up for Ovation! awards in theatre, music and dance

Leroux, Hughes and Spinola are nominated for Ovation! awards, which will be handed out in Vancouver on Jan. 22, 2023.
80 businesses nominated for Tri-Cities Chamber excellence awards

80 businesses nominated for Tri-Cities Chamber excellence awards

Of the total, seven organizations have at least three nominations in hopes of adding some crystal to their offices.
Coquitlam's cheapest and most expensive condos, townhomes and houses today

Coquitlam's cheapest and most expensive condos, townhomes and houses today

Listed prices for some are lower than the 2022 assessed value, except in the case of one massive Coquitlam home that has its own indoor pool and elevator.
Stolen totem pole returned to Kwikwetlem First Nation

Stolen totem pole returned to Kwikwetlem First Nation

RCMP are still investigating after the three-foot carving was found in a Chilliwack basement suite.
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