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Fan 'going nuts' as he wins B.C.’s largest Sports Action prize

Fan 'going nuts' as he wins B.C.’s largest Sports Action prize

And it took a big upset to do it
105 COVID-19 exposures and counting at Tri-City schools

105 COVID-19 exposures and counting at Tri-City schools

Minnekhada middle school in Port Coquitlam, with exposure dates of Jan. 14,15, the latest school to be flagged by Fraser Health for a coronavirus exposure
Police call on public in case of missing 48-year-old Port Moody woman

Police call on public in case of missing 48-year-old Port Moody woman

Trina Hunt was last seen at her home Jan. 18 at 6 a.m., according to a spokesperson for the Port Moody Police Department. 
Coquitlam Real Canadian Superstore workers hit with another case of COVID-19

Coquitlam Real Canadian Superstore workers hit with another case of COVID-19

The latest exposure is at least the fourth time since December workers at the Westwood Mall store, located at 3000 Lougheed Highway, have tested positive for the virus. 
Rapid tests urged for B.C. care homes amid COVID-19 vaccine delays

Rapid tests urged for B.C. care homes amid COVID-19 vaccine delays

Burnaby-based BC Care Providers Association (BCCPA) issued the plea Tuesday
Know something? Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers looking for more tips

Know something? Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers looking for more tips

Plea follows recent gang-related incidents in the Lower Mainland
Vancouver couple to cough up $460 fine after fake coughing fit

Vancouver couple to cough up $460 fine after fake coughing fit

The 60-year-old man and his 25-year-old girlfriend will have to pay $230 each for fake coughing in the general direction of gym equipment and other gym users
'Stressed out' teachers want mask mandate in Fraser Health schools

'Stressed out' teachers want mask mandate in Fraser Health schools

New West teachers' union president says meeting with Fraser Health medical health officer gave teachers a chance to renew their call for better COVID-19 safety protocols in schools
New COVID-19 cases continue to fall in B.C.

New COVID-19 cases continue to fall in B.C.

Total number of new infections has dropped over past three days
Foreign owners of Coquitlam property hit with $2.2 million in speculation tax

Foreign owners of Coquitlam property hit with $2.2 million in speculation tax

Hundreds of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra property owners paid speculation and vacancy tax, government figures show, but more than 22,000 Tri-City rental properties were exempt