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Port Coqutilam runner leads the way for SFU women’s cross country team

Port Coqutilam runner leads the way for SFU women’s cross country team

Riverside Secondary grad Olivia Willett is leading the women's cross-country team at Simon Fraser University.
Tri-Cities could see up to 150 mm of rain fall over a two-day period

Tri-Cities could see up to 150 mm of rain fall over a two-day period

Environment Canada has issued a special weather statement for Metro Vancouver's northeast corner with a deluge expected for the weekend.
Environmental champion who cared for Port Coquitlam's Hyde Creek dies

Environmental champion who cared for Port Coquitlam's Hyde Creek dies

“Port Coquitlam is a better place to live because of Shane," city councillor and environmental advocate Darrell Penner said of his friend Shane Peachman.
B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations at new high since May

B.C. COVID-19 hospitalizations at new high since May

Four more pandemic-related deaths bring province's COVID-19 death toll to 2,033
'I'm not an anti-vaxxer': Coquitlam pastor defends church closure after 12 members catch COVID-19

'I'm not an anti-vaxxer': Coquitlam pastor defends church closure after 12 members catch COVID-19

Westwood Community Church, which held drive-in protests against spring church closures, cancels two in-person services as three members are hospitalized with the virus.
Third COVID-19 vaccine doses rolling out as Tri-Cities reaches 85% double-vaccination average

Third COVID-19 vaccine doses rolling out as Tri-Cities reaches 85% double-vaccination average

Dr. Bonnie Henry has recommended eligible residents with compromised immune systems to get the third jab in the shoulder for better protection.
Falling leaves court Coquitlam to begin autumn yard waste collection

Falling leaves court Coquitlam to begin autumn yard waste collection

Residents can now add extra yard trimmings to their curbside garbage pick-up — but there are rules to follow
Operation Red Nose restarts in the Tri-Cities for the holidays

Operation Red Nose restarts in the Tri-Cities for the holidays

Tri-City residents looking for ways to get home from their Christmas and New Year’s Eve parties this year can call Operation Red Nose for a lift.
Port Moody wants to explore a third SkyTrain station further

Port Moody wants to explore a third SkyTrain station further

Port Moody will pursue discussion with TransLink about a possible third SkyTrain station for the city to serve thousands of new homes anticipated in its west end.
Port Coquitlam jazz bassist hits the Shadbolt stage next week

Port Coquitlam jazz bassist hits the Shadbolt stage next week

Port Coquitlam jazz bassist Jodi Proznick is back on the stage next week for a live — and live streamed — performance at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts.