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Increased class sizes planned as Coquitlam looks ahead at fall recreation expansion

Increased class sizes planned as Coquitlam looks ahead at fall recreation expansion

Step Four of B.C.'s COVID-19 restart plan begins after Labour Day, which is set to see a return to normal indoor and outdoor recreation activities.
Vancouver Police seize $45,000 worth of stolen bikes from Vancouver storage facility

Vancouver Police seize $45,000 worth of stolen bikes from Vancouver storage facility

High-end road bikes, e-bikes, and mountain bikes were among the items seized
Port Coquitlam cracking down on dangerous dogs as it overhauls ticket system

Port Coquitlam cracking down on dangerous dogs as it overhauls ticket system

Port Coquitlam residents face fines ranging from $150 to $500 for not looking after their dog, not shovelling snow, watering lawns during a drought or cutting down trees without a permit and dozens of other bylaw infractions
'It feels very surreal': Port Coquitlam woman wins $2M a week before officially retiring

'It feels very surreal': Port Coquitlam woman wins $2M a week before officially retiring

Lea Olson wants to go globetrotting after she matched all six numbers to claim BC/49's top prize from its June 19, 2021 draw.
Terry Fox Library giving away free comic books

Terry Fox Library giving away free comic books

Here is a wrap up of what is going on right now at your local libraries.
Tri-Cities' streak of decreased week-over-week COVID-19 cases ends at four months

Tri-Cities' streak of decreased week-over-week COVID-19 cases ends at four months

Albeit a modest jump, the region saw a bump in confirmed infections for the first time since mid-April per the BC Centre for Disease Control.
Reminder: Port Coquitlam celebrating pride with events at two downtown locations

Reminder: Port Coquitlam celebrating pride with events at two downtown locations

Pancakes and performances are on the docket for Saturday (July 24) in celebrating Port Coquitlam's and Tri-Cities' LGBTQ and BIPOC communities.
Massive housing proposal for Port Moody ramps up pressure for third SkyTrain station for the city

Massive housing proposal for Port Moody ramps up pressure for third SkyTrain station for the city

Woodland Park will provide 325 units of non market rental housing, park land, child care and retail, but council also wants to know what it would take to get a third rapid transit station and other improvements to handle more traffic in the area
B.C. goes three days without a COVID-19 death

B.C. goes three days without a COVID-19 death

B.C. officials detect 89 new COVID-19 cases – the most in a day since June 20.
Letter: Homeownership is earned, especially in Port Moody

Letter: Homeownership is earned, especially in Port Moody

Writer who says they've lived in the region since they were six years old believes there are enough people to build more infrastructure in the region.