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COVID-19 outbreak over for elder care unit at Eagle Ridge Hospital in Port Moody

COVID-19 outbreak over for elder care unit at Eagle Ridge Hospital in Port Moody

Eight total cases were found during the two-week declaration — the fourth at the regional hospital since the pandemic began.
B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations hit another record: 854

B.C.'s COVID-19 hospitalizations hit another record: 854

Active outbreaks at healthcare facilities rise to 53 – up from one last month.
274 homes proposed to go up at three Burquitlam sites — one block from each other

274 homes proposed to go up at three Burquitlam sites — one block from each other

Three bids to build 274 homes in Burquitlam — on properties located a block from each other, on both sides of Coquitlam’s Como Lake Avenue — will go out for comment next month.
Hit by road construction delays, some Port Coquitlam businesses won't have to pay license fees this year

Hit by road construction delays, some Port Coquitlam businesses won't have to pay license fees this year

"If it's a precedent we're setting, I think it’s a good precedent to set," said Mayor Brad West after council agreed to eliminate 2022 business license fees for 20 shops.
VIDEO: Coquitlam 'N' driver allegedly speeds through red light — and nearly T-bones a right-of-way vehicle

VIDEO: Coquitlam 'N' driver allegedly speeds through red light — and nearly T-bones a right-of-way vehicle

With family in his vehicle, a father is hoping the driver can "do better" and hopes this sparks conversation on potential stricter fines for speedsters.
Trans Mountain construction causing massive headache for Coquitlam pet store business

Trans Mountain construction causing massive headache for Coquitlam pet store business

Blue fencing creates safety hazard for drivers, manager says; City of Coquitlam is also raising the issue after hearing complaints from drivers trying to negotiate pipeline construction along United Boulevard
What do Tri-City politicians own and owe? Their disclosures are out

What do Tri-City politicians own and owe? Their disclosures are out

Municipal halls across the Tri-Cities on Monday released disclosure statements — annual forms that show what our local mayors and councillors own and owe.
Major bank shutters branch in Port Coquitlam's walkable downtown

Major bank shutters branch in Port Coquitlam's walkable downtown

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West has concerns about seniors getting to their bank after RBC moves to Oxford Crossing
Seven succulent Tri-City restaurants sign up for 20th Dine Out Vancouver Festival

Seven succulent Tri-City restaurants sign up for 20th Dine Out Vancouver Festival

Canada's largest food and drink event is serving up good eats in Coquitlam and Port Moody.
One year ago, Trina Hunt was reported missing to Port Moody police — and no arrests have been made

One year ago, Trina Hunt was reported missing to Port Moody police — and no arrests have been made

Various vigils and events have taken place in the past year to remember Hunt, but there's still little info about the progression of her case.