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Letter: Burke Mountain homes proposal ignores Coquitlam city government procedure

Letter: Burke Mountain homes proposal ignores Coquitlam city government procedure

Writer believes council doesn't "seem to be aware or care that varying flood protection requirements is prohibited."
PHOTOS: Coquitlam Express lose 5-2 in first regular season home game in 593 days

PHOTOS: Coquitlam Express lose 5-2 in first regular season home game in 593 days

The Coquitlam Express lost 5-2 to the Chilliwack Chiefs in front of its biggest crowd for a home opener in 10 years.
Coquitlam soccer player getting his kicks — in football

Coquitlam soccer player getting his kicks — in football

Dawson Hodge only started playing football when he was in Grade 12 at Terry Fox secondary school. Now the former soccer player is the leading scorer for the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks football team in Waterloo, Ont.
Six new COVID-19 exposures reported at Coquitlam-area schools

Six new COVID-19 exposures reported at Coquitlam-area schools

Of the total, four new schools have been added to Fraser Health's list as students and staff may have come in contact with the virus.
Coquitlam venue aims to raise $5K for arts learning via 5th online auction

Coquitlam venue aims to raise $5K for arts learning via 5th online auction

You can get fit with a personal trainer, enjoy four rounds of golf or take a virtual cooking class if you bid on prizes in Place des Arts’ online auction.
13 die from COVID-19 in B.C. in past day

13 die from COVID-19 in B.C. in past day

Province has not identified so many deaths in a 24-hour period since early February.
VIDEO: Salmon returning to this Coquitlam creek in time for community celebration

VIDEO: Salmon returning to this Coquitlam creek in time for community celebration

Salmon passing through Coquitlam neighbourhoods a sign of resilience, but littering, dumping could kill them — annual event to mark spawning season brings awareness, care and concern about the environment, stewards say
Tri-Cities' five mayors field questions about mental health, Anmore South at Chamber BBQ

Tri-Cities' five mayors field questions about mental health, Anmore South at Chamber BBQ

The value of parks was a major theme for the Tri-Cities’ five mayors at the annual Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce gathering last night (Thursday).
COVID-19 alert issued after kids Thanksgiving hockey tournament in Richmond

COVID-19 alert issued after kids Thanksgiving hockey tournament in Richmond

Hundreds of young hockey players from across B.C. took part in the event, including a South Delta team which was given the notice
PHOTOS: Coquitlam's Blue Devils best Riverside in battle of undefeated teams

PHOTOS: Coquitlam's Blue Devils best Riverside in battle of undefeated teams

Dr. Charles Best defeated the Rapids, 1-0, Thursday (Oct. 14) in a showdown of undefeated senior boys' high-school soccer teams.