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Landmarks to Light up Purple for World Mental Health Day

More than 40 landmarks across Canada will be lit up with purple lights across on Oct. 10, World Mental Health Day, including a few in the Tri-Cities. And Carol Todd would like to see many more.

Not everyone is happy with Telus deal that brings fibre optic to Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam residents have likely noticed workers digging up sidewalks and rigging up overhead wiring throughout the city over the last few months.

Trench at Port Moody museum aimed at educating people about WWI

Can you dig it? A group of cadet engineers and other volunteers said yes and last Saturday they dug 50 feet of a WW i-era trench as part of an education project for the Port Moody Station Museum.

Rick Glumac aims for second term on Port Moody council

Port Moody Coun. Rick Glumac announced Wednesday he intends to run for re-election this fall.

Eagle Ridge Hospital ranks well in nationwide online assessment tool

Port Moody's Eagle Ridge Hospital has scored well, according to a new online tool that compares health care facilities across the country. The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) website, which went live Sept.

Two more Coquitlam council candidates

Two more Coquitlam residents have declared their intentions to run in the Nov. 15 civic elections: DENNIS MARSDEN A former BC Liberal candidate is aiming for a seat on Coquitlam council.

Most B.C. parents have signed up for strike payouts for kids

Most eligible families are taking the B.C. government up on its offer of money to cover daycare costs during the three-week teachers' strike, according to figures from the Ministry of Finance.

Drawing on input to create a vision for Riverview land in Coquitlam

The community spoke. The illustrators drew. The third round of open houses for BC Housing's visioning exercise for the future of Riverview Hospital kicked off Tuesday with some 75 people talking about how the Coquitlam property could take shape.

How healthy are the Tri-Cities?

A new community health profile database is widening the conversation on what it means to be a healthy community.

$10k B.C. business award for Port Coquitlam

A business award won last year by the city of Coquitlam went to a neighbouring municipality this year. On Wednesday at the Union of BC Municipalities' convention in Whistler, the city accepted the Open for Business accolade - and $10,000.