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Is it time to rename Dewdney Trunk Road? A group of determined Coquitlam students say 'yes'

Is it time to rename Dewdney Trunk Road? A group of determined Coquitlam students say 'yes'

The street is currently named after Edgar Dewdney, an infamous late 19th-century politician who contributed to the creation of residential schools.
Nearly 20% of Tri-City kids are absent from school — but not all are sick

Nearly 20% of Tri-City kids are absent from school — but not all are sick

Strict adherence to daily health checks, isolation due to exposure, COVID-19 symptoms or squeamishness about returning to school may be keeping kids home.
COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record 895

COVID-19 hospitalizations in B.C. hit record 895

COVID-19 hospitalizations have been at record levels in each of the past five data updates.
These Hollywood and basketball stars turn to Port Moody man for their retro Jordans

These Hollywood and basketball stars turn to Port Moody man for their retro Jordans

Clients for collectible Air Jordan sneakers include comedian Kevin Hart and pro basketball player Devin Booker
Risk of sinkholes on busy Coquitlam stretch were known, Trans Mountain says

Risk of sinkholes on busy Coquitlam stretch were known, Trans Mountain says

Trans Mountain is standing firm on plans to restart digging under the Fraser for pipe despite opposition from environmental groups
Nearly 35% of eligible Tri-City residents inoculated with third COVID-19 vaccine dose

Nearly 35% of eligible Tri-City residents inoculated with third COVID-19 vaccine dose

That's an increase of almost 10 per cent in the latest seven-day period compared to 14 per cent over the previous four weeks.
Major Coquitlam-area grocery store brings back capacity limits during Omicron surge

Major Coquitlam-area grocery store brings back capacity limits during Omicron surge

Save-On-Foods limits customers to 50 per cent at its five Tri-City grocery stores, will post signs to encourage physical distancing at typically congested areas as the bakery and the deli.
Port Moody Soccer Club pleased 'aged' turf at Trasolini field to be replaced

Port Moody Soccer Club pleased 'aged' turf at Trasolini field to be replaced

It will cost $1.1 million to replace the turf, one of two artificial sports fields in the city.
Letter: Did you know my cousin Jack in Port Coquitlam? I'd like to hear from you

Letter: Did you know my cousin Jack in Port Coquitlam? I'd like to hear from you

Do you know John Wood, aka "Jack?"
Police watchdog investigating man's death in Coquitlam jail cell

Police watchdog investigating man's death in Coquitlam jail cell

Officials are looking to find out if Mounties' actions were involved roughly 13 hours after he was arrested for causing a disturbance.