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B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

B.C. schools will remain open in the face of COVID's third wave

On the heels of news that Ontario is shutting down in-class instruction, Dr. Bonnie Henry says keeping B.C.'s schools open remains a priority
PHOTOS: Third period letdown costs Coquitlam Express third straight loss

PHOTOS: Third period letdown costs Coquitlam Express third straight loss

The Coquitlam Express gave up a pair of unanswered goals in the third period to drop a third straight game, 5-3, to the Powell River Kings on Monday.
COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

COVID-19 claims 18 lives since Friday

More than 3,000 new infections since Friday
Port Moody council looks for a way to get rid of ‘political toxicity’

Port Moody council looks for a way to get rid of ‘political toxicity’

Debate at Port Moody council has gotten so acrimonious at times, say some councillors, the group will get outside help from professional consultants to improve communication.
$1 million to speed up new Coquitlam school 'too risky,' school officials say

$1 million to speed up new Coquitlam school 'too risky,' school officials say

A report recommends School District 43 hold off on a contribution toward the $125 million joint middle/secondary school for Burke Mountain because the 'financial risk at this time is too great a risk to the board.'
Is too much pot packaging hurting Canada's cannabis industry? (VIDEO)

Is too much pot packaging hurting Canada's cannabis industry? (VIDEO)

"From an industry perspective, it's an added cost."
Dozens fined for flouting COVID-19 restrictions in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam

Dozens fined for flouting COVID-19 restrictions in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam

Sweeps of Port Coquitlam businesses have resulted in hundreds of people being warned or provided with information about provincial health orders as police and city bylaw officers respond to changing COVID-19 health orders; 34 people have been given fines for flouting rules
Jury trial for Amanda Todd cyberbullying case set for October

Jury trial for Amanda Todd cyberbullying case set for October

The case against a Dutch man accused in connection with the cyberbullying of Port Coquitlam Amanda Todd will see his case return to B.C. Supreme Court on May 25, for a hearing.
Chinese consulate lashes back at Vancouver mayor

Chinese consulate lashes back at Vancouver mayor

Allegations of ‘genocide’ in Xinjiang ‘most outrageous lies of the century’
Opinion: B.C. Greens 'blistering' in criticism of Dr. Henry, but would their lockdown plan really work?

Opinion: B.C. Greens 'blistering' in criticism of Dr. Henry, but would their lockdown plan really work?

Criticism clearly aimed at provincial health officer