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Food trucks and beer: Where you can fill your belly on Canada Day

Food trucks and beer: Where you can fill your belly on Canada Day

We've got a list of the food trucks and beer service at the July 1 parties in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Defence in Amanda Todd 'sextortion' trial zeroes in on missing data

Defence in Amanda Todd 'sextortion' trial zeroes in on missing data

Lawyer for Dutch man charged with extortion and child porn offences raises questions about gap in digital investigator's report to Crown prosecutors
Kids can get COVID-19 shots without father's consent, Port Coquitlam judge rules

Kids can get COVID-19 shots without father's consent, Port Coquitlam judge rules

The daughters' father wanted more information about vaccine safety for children before providing consent, but the judge ruled his anti-vaccination evidence wasn't verifiable and the shots were in the girls' best interest.
Where's the cheapest — and most expensive — gas in the Tri-Cities right now?

Where's the cheapest — and most expensive — gas in the Tri-Cities right now?

Canada Day long weekend starts tomorrow. Do you need to top off your tank?
Tri-Cities nearly reaches one-year low in latest weekly COVID-19 case count

Tri-Cities nearly reaches one-year low in latest weekly COVID-19 case count

The region is starting to see a familiar recording pattern from this time last year for lab-confirmed infections. Question is, how low will it go?
COVID-19 cases, deaths down from previous week

COVID-19 cases, deaths down from previous week

COVID-19 case counts showing typical summer decline.
Port Coquitlam offering free shuttles to Canada Day fireworks

Port Coquitlam offering free shuttles to Canada Day fireworks

Want to watch fireworks, listen to music at Castle Park in Port Coquitlam on Canada Day? Here's how to get there.
Vancouver-area island put on flood evacuation alert

Vancouver-area island put on flood evacuation alert

Residents with pets or livestock are being asked to move the animals to a safe location. If an evacuation order is given, people will be prioritized over animals on the local ferry.
Nearly $64K raised for family of tenured Coquitlam bylaw officer killed in fatal crash

Nearly $64K raised for family of tenured Coquitlam bylaw officer killed in fatal crash

Bela Piocza began with the city in 2001 and ascended to the role as senior environmental and bylaw officer. He died in a two-vehicle collision outside of Merritt.
Cyclists carry memory of Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox on 360 km fundraising ride

Cyclists carry memory of Port Coquitlam's Terry Fox on 360 km fundraising ride

Calling all cyclists! Here's a way to support the Terry Fox Foundation by fundraising for cancer research while also enjoying a ride with your buddies.