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Bees welcome in Port Coquitlam as city expands its pollinator meadows

Bees welcome in Port Coquitlam as city expands its pollinator meadows

Port Coquitlam plans to create pollinator meadows in city parks to attract bees and other pollinators to benefit the ecosystem and promote food security
Port Coquitlam set to approve zoning for cannabis company if final conditions are met

Port Coquitlam set to approve zoning for cannabis company if final conditions are met

City of Port Coquitlam wants assurances that off-site works are being done but says Lucava Farms has met the other conditions required for zoning
Canada loaning $109M to help build Coquitlam residential, affordable rental housing tower

Canada loaning $109M to help build Coquitlam residential, affordable rental housing tower

Expected to be completed by 2023 and operated by 43 Housing Society, money is also set to flow in from the provincial and municipal levels for the 308-unit building.
Fall program registration opening up in Port Coquitlam as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Fall program registration opening up in Port Coquitlam as COVID-19 restrictions ease

Many programs are on offer, including activities for early learning and preschool kids, children ages 5-12, youth ages 11-18, arts and cultural programs for adults, swimming, skating, fitness and sports; pre-registration is required.
Tri-Cities collectively holding 83% average COVID-19 first-dose vaccine rate: data

Tri-Cities collectively holding 83% average COVID-19 first-dose vaccine rate: data

Case rates are slightly changing, but the BCCDC'S overall report has all five sub-regions continuously improving thanks to recent immunization initiatives.
Meet Paige, Coquitlam RCMP's newest — and downright adorable — police dog in training

Meet Paige, Coquitlam RCMP's newest — and downright adorable — police dog in training

The eight-week-old German Shepherd will participate in several forms of training in hopes of raising her chances of officially earning a full-time badge.
Marcon plans 'density transfers' between 38-storey tower, rental complex in Coquitlam

Marcon plans 'density transfers' between 38-storey tower, rental complex in Coquitlam

A public hearing for Marcon's Elmwood and Dogwood projects in Coquitlam is scheduled for Monday, July 26.
New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

New B.C. COVID-19 cases spike to near-four-week high

Active infections rise more than 8% in past week, to 692.
'Fore' a good cause: Coquitlam Express ready to tee up first-ever charity golf tournament

'Fore' a good cause: Coquitlam Express ready to tee up first-ever charity golf tournament

Proceeds from the team's inaugural alumni community golf tournament are set to go to Canuck Place and a newly-formed foundation for young Tri-City athletes.
Fraser Health warns Metro Vancouver residents to prepare for wildfire smoke

Fraser Health warns Metro Vancouver residents to prepare for wildfire smoke

Using a portable HEPA air cleaner is one way to keep yourself safe from the smoky air, says university professor.