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Opinion: Too many questions about border reopening as U.S. vaccination rates crater

Opinion: Too many questions about border reopening as U.S. vaccination rates crater

Will COVID-19 testing be required as a condition of crossing?
SkyTrain flies over this new pop-up park in Coquitlam

SkyTrain flies over this new pop-up park in Coquitlam

The third and last summer pop-up park for the city of Coquitlam sprang to life last Friday in Burquitlam.
Port Moody card shop owner's passion for sports extended to junior hockey

Port Moody card shop owner's passion for sports extended to junior hockey

Ray Stonehouse ran Great Canadian Sportscard Company in Port Moody since 1989. He was also an owner and executive in the Pacific Junior Hockey League.
PHOTOS: Nurses jab hundreds of COVID-19 vaccines at Port Moody's Rocky Point Park

PHOTOS: Nurses jab hundreds of COVID-19 vaccines at Port Moody's Rocky Point Park

Fraser Health hosted a pop-up immunization clinic in hopes of inoculating 300 doses in ongoing efforts to reach eligible residents who had not received their first jab yet.
CF Snowbirds and F-18 fighter spotted above Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

CF Snowbirds and F-18 fighter spotted above Metro Vancouver (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

The nine Snowbirds were joined by a solitary F-18 Hornet
Bear strolling near Pitt River demanded to be photographed, Port Coquitlam man says

Bear strolling near Pitt River demanded to be photographed, Port Coquitlam man says

Black bear quietly minded its own business among dozens of passersby, one of 35 reported sightings in one week according to WildSafeBC.
Coquitlam woman producing musical "for our times" in addressing immigration challenges

Coquitlam woman producing musical "for our times" in addressing immigration challenges

Diane Currie Sam is creating Olivia O., which tells the story of a migrant teenaged girl that gets separated from her mother at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Young marine biologists invited to explore ocean waters along Port Moody's Burrard Inlet

Young marine biologists invited to explore ocean waters along Port Moody's Burrard Inlet

Experts with the Salish Sea Research and Education Society are set to provide hands-on experience for elementary students interested in their local waters.
B.C. administers six millionth COVID-19 dose

B.C. administers six millionth COVID-19 dose

79.5% of the province's eligible population has now been vaccinated.
Tri-City young people tackling B.C.'s overdose crisis with free educational webinars that anyone can join

Tri-City young people tackling B.C.'s overdose crisis with free educational webinars that anyone can join

NaloxHome offers free webinars offering comprehensive, destigmatizing overdose education for people in the Tri-Cities