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'Gobsmacked': government park money lands in Coquitlam backcountry with no plan

'Gobsmacked': government park money lands in Coquitlam backcountry with no plan

Investments at Pinecone Burke will add five new backcountry campsites, and improvements to hiking and mountain biking trails, but why the money is coming before a draft park management plan — scheduled for a release in summer 2021 — is 'an utter mystery,' says the head of one outdoor recreation group
9 dead, 70 infected at active COVID-19 outbreaks in the Tri-Cities

9 dead, 70 infected at active COVID-19 outbreaks in the Tri-Cities

Despite widespread vaccinations, 9 deaths and 70 infections reported at active long-term care outbreaks in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody
B.C. woman's glowing review of jail appears on The Tonight Show Starring Fallon

B.C. woman's glowing review of jail appears on The Tonight Show Starring Fallon

"Keep in mind a Canadian jail is basically just a Courtyard Marriott," said Fallon.
'Clinically extremely vulnerable': Are you first in line to get vaccinated in B.C.?

'Clinically extremely vulnerable': Are you first in line to get vaccinated in B.C.?

Who does that include? It turns out to be a fairly comprehensive list. 
B.C. unveils vaccination plan for general population

B.C. unveils vaccination plan for general population

The latest rollout efforts come after vulnerable residents, at-risk workers were initially targeted for vaccination
Search for missing Port Moody woman takes on ‘life of its own’

Search for missing Port Moody woman takes on ‘life of its own’

Port Moody police appeal for security and dashcam footage amid community mobilization
Snowfall alert issued for Coquitlam

Snowfall alert issued for Coquitlam

In what the Meteorological Service of Canada describes as a 'grand transition,' a dominant surface ridge of high pressure will give way to 'wet and wintry conditions'
COVID-19 vaccinations increase while hospitalizations fall across B.C.

COVID-19 vaccinations increase while hospitalizations fall across B.C.

10 of the strangest world records set in Metro Vancouver

10 of the strangest world records set in Metro Vancouver

Ever thought about pulling a truck with meat hooks in your back or playing a marathon game of table-top hockey?
New COVID-19 cases drop nearly 25% in the Tri-Cities

New COVID-19 cases drop nearly 25% in the Tri-Cities

The number of new reported COVID-19 cases has dropped again in the Tri-Cities, falling to 90 cases between Jan. 10 and 16 — a nearly 24% decline from the previous week.