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UPDATE: SkyTrain service resumed for New Westminster, 22nd Street

UPDATE: SkyTrain service resumed for New Westminster, 22nd Street

TransLink says service is now back to normal after a medical emergency at New Westminster station this morning
Opinion: Old-growth logging protests illuminate the change in B.C.'s NDP

Opinion: Old-growth logging protests illuminate the change in B.C.'s NDP

Fairy Creek is no Clayoquot Sound War of the Woods. Here's why.
Have a seat at the table with Coquitlam city councillors next year

Have a seat at the table with Coquitlam city councillors next year

Coquitlam residents can have a seat at a city table next year — and give back to the community — as a member of the library board or an advisory committee.
A third SkyTrain station is possible for Port Moody, but at what cost?

A third SkyTrain station is possible for Port Moody, but at what cost?

A consultant's report says a third SkyTrain station in Port Moody is possible, but anything built west of Queens Street would be expensive and complicated.
How the story of a late Port Coquitlam teenager lit the world purple

How the story of a late Port Coquitlam teenager lit the world purple

Landmarks around the globe are lit purple today (Sunday) in recognition of World Mental Health Day, a World Health Organization campaign.
Coquitlam Express derailed in Chilliwack

Coquitlam Express derailed in Chilliwack

The Coquitlam Express were defeated 7-2 by the Chilliwack Chiefs Saturday in Chilliwack.
Letter: There is no democracy without free speech

Letter: There is no democracy without free speech

I wish to respond to the article in your Oct. 7 paper about the removal of the vaccine passport billboard.
Coquitlam MLA and Fraser River champion picked for Hall of Fame

Coquitlam MLA and Fraser River champion picked for Hall of Fame

Coquitlam-Burke Mountain MLA Fin Donnelly is being inducted into the Fraser River Hall of Fame at an upcoming gala
PHOTOS: Belcarra Regional Park now called təmtəmíxʷtən after historical signing ceremony

PHOTOS: Belcarra Regional Park now called təmtəmíxʷtən after historical signing ceremony

New name for popular regional park acknowledges the long history of the Tsleil-Waututh. who used to have a winter camp in the area
B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

B.C.'s COVID-19 death toll passes 2,000

Another five deaths in past day push provincial pandemic death toll to 2,001.