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Dry conditions bump fire rating to 'Extreme' across Tri-City communities

Dry conditions bump fire rating to 'Extreme' across Tri-City communities

Fire safety crews are alerting residents to be extra vigilant when out in wooded areas, which means no smoking in public parks.
Burnaby mother to honour son's 2019 passing by cleaning up Coquitlam River shoreline

Burnaby mother to honour son's 2019 passing by cleaning up Coquitlam River shoreline

Belinda Ruckman says the Lower Mainland offers many nature spots like Traboulay PoCo Trail to help grieve Reno's death and heal emotional wounds.
Unsure how to prepare for local Coquitlam emergencies? Experts to offer free tutorial

Unsure how to prepare for local Coquitlam emergencies? Experts to offer free tutorial

The city is hosting a virtual webinar next month in hopes of educating local residents on what to pack, how to pack and why being prepared is important.
Tap for Terry Fox at Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam pubs

Tap for Terry Fox at Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam pubs

A pilot project by the Terry Fox Foundation that started in B.C. two weeks ago has already reaped hundreds of dollars for the charity in the Port Coquitlam hero’s name.
BC SPCA swamped with calls about pets left in sweltering vehicles

BC SPCA swamped with calls about pets left in sweltering vehicles

People can get stickers warning people to not leave pets in hot vehicles
Opinion: Mental health should be a right, not a privilege

Opinion: Mental health should be a right, not a privilege

'I was diagnosed with ADHD about a year and a half ago.'
New city-run preschool hopes to provide flexibility for Port Coquitlam families

New city-run preschool hopes to provide flexibility for Port Coquitlam families

Registration to soon open for the new program launching in October 2021 for kids aged three to five.
Canada's national junior hockey team invites two Tri-City products to summer camp

Canada's national junior hockey team invites two Tri-City products to summer camp

Kent Johnson and Vincent Iorio are now on a path that could see both of them don a red maple leaf for the 2022 World Junior Championships.
New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases rise again, hit four-week high

Number of those in B.C. hospitals with COVID-19 declines to 10-month low.
Coquitlam loses a longtime arts, environmental champion

Coquitlam loses a longtime arts, environmental champion

A celebration of life will be held next month to pay tribute to Coquitlam's Roger Loubert.