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VIDEO: Here's the meaning — and pronunciation — behind the təmtəmíxʷtən/Belcarra Park name

VIDEO: Here's the meaning — and pronunciation — behind the təmtəmíxʷtən/Belcarra Park name

New Tsleil-Waututh name helps to preserve the language for Indigenous people while informing park visitors about local history.
Port Moody approves ban on single-use plastics, styrofoam

Port Moody approves ban on single-use plastics, styrofoam

Starting April 22, 2022 — Earth Day — businesses in Port Moody will no longer be allowed to pack customers’ purchases in plastic bags, or prepared foods in foam containers.
Serious COVID-19 infections keep rising across B.C.

Serious COVID-19 infections keep rising across B.C.

Nine more die from COVID-19; hospitalizations highest since May.
Tri-City COVID-19 local cases drop for first time in one month

Tri-City COVID-19 local cases drop for first time in one month

There were 127 cases between Oct. 3 and 9 — a nine per cent drop compared to the previous count by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
Who's got the best Halloween house in the Tri-Cities?

Who's got the best Halloween house in the Tri-Cities?

A number of Tri-City homeowners are already installing spooky displays for the trick-or-treaters, on Oct. 31.
Port Moody to offer shelter to homeless during extreme winter weather

Port Moody to offer shelter to homeless during extreme winter weather

Homeless people in the Tri-Cities will be able to shelter from extreme weather this winter at Port Moody's Kyle Centre.
26 homes planned for new Burke Mountain neighbourhood in Coquitlam, close to provincial park

26 homes planned for new Burke Mountain neighbourhood in Coquitlam, close to provincial park

Public comment is set to take place next month on the Northwest Burke Vision project adopted in 2017.
Upgraded: Rainfall warning now in Tri-Cities' forecast with up to 150 mm expected

Upgraded: Rainfall warning now in Tri-Cities' forecast with up to 150 mm expected

Environment Canada warns of flash floods and water pooling on roads as two frontal systems are on a collision course for the lower mainland.
Letter: Dear B.C. parents — Here's why you should withdraw your child from the FSA tests

Letter: Dear B.C. parents — Here's why you should withdraw your child from the FSA tests

An open letter from B.C. Teachers' Federation president Teri Mooring
'He sounded like my grandson': Port Coquitlam woman nearly taken in by greedy phone scammer

'He sounded like my grandson': Port Coquitlam woman nearly taken in by greedy phone scammer

Thinking the caller's sob story was real, the 78-year-old panicked and now she's worried other seniors will fall for the so-called 'grandparent scam.'