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Ambitious B.C. plan to make schools responsible for daycare hits snag in Coquitlam

Ambitious B.C. plan to make schools responsible for daycare hits snag in Coquitlam

Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore trustees asked to approve a policy making district responsible for child care on school grounds but want more information on funding and long-term plan for daycare in schools
Port Moody property tax boost exposes ‘serious, unsustainable situation’

Port Moody property tax boost exposes ‘serious, unsustainable situation’

Port Moody property taxes could be going up by 4.5%. But some councillors say the city needs to find more money or cut services if residents aren't happy about that.
How Democrats in Canada are celebrating President Biden and Vice President Harris' inauguration day

How Democrats in Canada are celebrating President Biden and Vice President Harris' inauguration day

Despite their party’s win, Democrats Abroad Canada knows there is more work to do
Transport Canada won't budge on ferry-deck regulation

Transport Canada won't budge on ferry-deck regulation

Transport Canada appears to be unwilling to reconsider allowing passengers to remain in their cars on BC Ferries’ enclosed lower decks, despite pleas to relax the regulation.
Fake COVID-19 vaccines sold online may 'pose risks to health': ImmunizeBC

Fake COVID-19 vaccines sold online may 'pose risks to health': ImmunizeBC

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'Are you a Nazi?': Unmasked man in Metro Vancouver Superstore berates woman (VIDEO)

'Are you a Nazi?': Unmasked man in Metro Vancouver Superstore berates woman (VIDEO)

"We have no tolerance for behaviour like this and we would therefore urge this customer to shop elsewhere."
Dip in new Tri-Cities COVID-19 cases misses new long-term care outbreak

Dip in new Tri-Cities COVID-19 cases misses new long-term care outbreak

New coronavirus cases dropped 11% in the Tri-Cities since the last reporting period
B.C. has fewest COVID-19 hospitalizations in more than six weeks

B.C. has fewest COVID-19 hospitalizations in more than six weeks

Number of those actively infected stays comparatively low
Burnaby claims TMX is bulldozing tree removal permit process

Burnaby claims TMX is bulldozing tree removal permit process

Trans Mountain gave the city "grossly insufficient time" to approve tree removal permits before going to the Canada Energy Regulator, the city claims
Snowy weekend forecast for Coquitlam

Snowy weekend forecast for Coquitlam

Up to 10 centimetres of precipitation is expected all the way down to sea level across Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody as temperatures dip going into Monday, Jan. 25