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‘People want to get out’: Coquitlam golf tournament green-lit amid health protocols

‘People want to get out’: Coquitlam golf tournament green-lit amid health protocols

Despite pandemic restrictions, the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic tournament in July is expected to be popular as the sport has gained a huge following
Canucks physician confirms 25 cases of COVID-19 variant

Canucks physician confirms 25 cases of COVID-19 variant

“This is a stark reminder of how quickly the virus can spread and its serious impact, even among healthy, young athletes.”
Port Moody photo club sees renaissance during pandemic

Port Moody photo club sees renaissance during pandemic

The Port Moody-based Pacific Digital Photography Club, which has 60 members from around the Lower Mainland, saw more than 1,500 viewers from 10 countries for its Photomotion slide show.
Pistol grip shotgun seized in triple arrest after Coquitlam break-in

Pistol grip shotgun seized in triple arrest after Coquitlam break-in

Among the items seized in the arrests, Coquitlam RCMP has taken possession of a suspected cache of drugs, two imitation firearms and two cases of art supplies
’With a heavy heart,’ Port Coquitlam grad organizers turn to businesses for help

’With a heavy heart,’ Port Coquitlam grad organizers turn to businesses for help

A Port Coquitlam high school is getting creative with fundraising for its graduates, during Year 2 of the pandemic.
Dog spends 'night of terror' at vet after ingesting marijuana laced with barbiturates at Port Moody park

Dog spends 'night of terror' at vet after ingesting marijuana laced with barbiturates at Port Moody park

Port Moody woman is placing posters at Westhill Park to warn dog owners of possible poisoning after her beloved pet gets sick from ingesting substances left on trails
Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

Coquitlam money exchange company out $90k in wire fraud case to China

With currency exchange locations in Vancouver and Coquitlam, C&Z Holdings Ltd. was used as a conduit to funnel the life savings of a retired home-care worker to China — in a court ruling last week, a justice ordered the funds returned to the woman but stopped short of approving punitive damages
B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

B.C. detects near-record high new COVID-19 infections, as active variant cases plunge

Three more people died from the virus overnight, raising B.C.'s death toll from COVID-19 to 1,489.
Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Virtual exhibit shows painstaking 'care and attention' by Coquitlam Archives

Coquitlam Archives documents how it preserves donated materials, in a new online show called "From Accession to Access: The Art of Archival Processing."
Revised plan for Murray Street project includes more rental units for Port Moody

Revised plan for Murray Street project includes more rental units for Port Moody

Port Moody is looking at the addition of more than 1,000 new rental apartments over the next several years. A new project on Murray Street is proposing 50 market rental apartments and five that would be available at below-market rents.