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COVID-19 outbreak declared at Port Moody long-term care home

COVID-19 outbreak declared at Port Moody long-term care home

One staff person and one resident have tested positive for COVID-19, according to Fraser Health, special control measures, extra staff in place
Updated: Man arrested at scene of Coquitlam shooting

Updated: Man arrested at scene of Coquitlam shooting

Coquitlam RCMP report 31-year-old male was arrested early Saturday without incident and remains in custody, woman taken to hospital for gunshot wound
Three heritage homes to be saved in mega Coquitlam development

Three heritage homes to be saved in mega Coquitlam development

As part of the site redevelopment in Burquitlam, the applicants are proposing to offer millions of dollars in community benefits as well as preserve three heritage homes.
Three days of COVID-19 exposure for this Coquitlam elementary school

Three days of COVID-19 exposure for this Coquitlam elementary school

Nestor elementary school is one of several Coquitlam area schools with COVID-19 exposures, according to regional health authority, with exposure dates of Jan. 12, 13,14 and a classroom reportedly self-isolating for two weeks as a precaution
Here's what proof of vaccination looked like for Canadian immigrants in 1910

Here's what proof of vaccination looked like for Canadian immigrants in 1910

Immigrants would present this to prevent being held in detention
Employee at Port Coquitlam Safeway tests positive for COVID-19

Employee at Port Coquitlam Safeway tests positive for COVID-19

Exposure case is the first for a Tri-City Safeway for 2021
OPINION: B.C.'s lighter touch on COVID-19 'lockdowns' pays off

OPINION: B.C.'s lighter touch on COVID-19 'lockdowns' pays off

B.C. fares better in many areas compared to other provinces
Another rental project for Port Moody?

Another rental project for Port Moody?

After a 30-year dearth of construction of new rental units in Port Moody, the city appears to be in rental unit boom with another possible project on the horizon.
Port Coquitlam woman linked to massive immigration fraud granted appeal to care for sons

Port Coquitlam woman linked to massive immigration fraud granted appeal to care for sons

Set to be deported for misrepresenting herself on a permanent residency renewal application, the Port Coquitlam mother was granted appeal on humanitarian grounds so she could take care of her sons
This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

Pinecone Burke Provincial Park in Coquitlam is nearly a hundred times bigger than Stanley Park, but after 25 years, it's still ostensibly closed due to a lack of infrastructure.