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From RAK to RAC, kids do good one kind act at a time

They are an army for goodness - groups of students carrying out acts of kindness and brightening the days of Tri-City seniors, adults and young people just to show they care.

City hall, Rowland lacrosse box first for heritage registry

Two city properties are expected to make up the cornerstone of a new heritage registry that will identify historically significant buildings and architecture in Port Coquitlam.

Sports and teens not necessarily a healthy mix, according to study

A new study has found that while B.C. youth are more active today than kids were a decade ago, more is not always better where physical activity and a healthy lifestyle are concerned.

From Coquitlam to Kenya, sporting goods travel far

Kenya may be thousands of miles away but it's close to home for Coquitlam Maillard middle school.

Tri-M Technologies' growth prompts move to a new location

Tri-M Technologies Inc. has moved its business operations to a redeveloped facility in Port Coquitlam that is designed to meet the needs of the growing company.

Heritage Woods student shines light on homeless

Reading, writing and arithmetic are mainstays in schools but a course at Heritage Woods secondary is adding an increasingly popular subject to the list: social responsibility.

What is future of learning? Well, it's personal

The provincial government may be touting personalized learning but School District 43 is developing its own plan for the future of education, called "Learning Without Boundaries.

PoMo waiting on approval for its fire hall vote

Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini is keen to get the ball rolling on a vote for a new fire hall but said Thursday there is no timeframe for holding the vote.

Sharp drop in house prices in Tri-Cities

Benchmark housing prices in the Tri-Cities saw sharp decreases in January as communities across the Lower Mainland saw a modest drop in real estate values, according to statistics from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver.

Businesses honoured at Chamber awards

While business people from the Tri-Cities were honoured at this year's Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards, it was an inanimate object that stole the show.
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