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B.C. records lowest one-day total of new COVID-19 infections in more than five weeks

B.C. records lowest one-day total of new COVID-19 infections in more than five weeks

Four more COVID-19 deaths raises B.C.'s death toll to 1,581.
Woman falls off trail lookout, slaps Port Moody with lawsuit for negligence

Woman falls off trail lookout, slaps Port Moody with lawsuit for negligence

A woman who fell through a railing and plunged off a lookout on Port Moody’s Shoreline Trail is suing the city, claiming it was negligent for not providing a safe environment
Carved pole of 'mythical ancestors' — a gift to Coquitlam — now 'beyond repair'

Carved pole of 'mythical ancestors' — a gift to Coquitlam — now 'beyond repair'

Coquitlam is consulting with the carvers' families and an Indigenous specialist on the future of the pole; returning it to the families is one option, says an SFU professor, who said the totem pole represents the artists' heritage
Coquitlam area residents could face a $500 fine for violating water restrictions

Coquitlam area residents could face a $500 fine for violating water restrictions

Stage 1 watering restriction hit the Tri-Cities, along with the rest of Metro Vancouver, May 1 and continue until Oct. 31 — all part of measures to limit consumption in the region's driest months.
Free shuttles now available to help seniors, vulnerable get their shots

Free shuttles now available to help seniors, vulnerable get their shots

Fraser Health, Translink and BC Transit partnering on transportation initiative
New parking restrictions begin at Port Moody’s Rocky Point Park

New parking restrictions begin at Port Moody’s Rocky Point Park

Starting Friday, April 30, a time limit of four hours will be in effect from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily. Parking outside of those hours is prohibited. 
More than two dozen Coquitlam area schools hit by COVID-19 in past two weeks

More than two dozen Coquitlam area schools hit by COVID-19 in past two weeks

Coquitlam area schools continue to be flagged for COVID-19 with secondary schools among the hardest hit.
Two people have now died of COVID-19 at this Coquitlam care home

Two people have now died of COVID-19 at this Coquitlam care home

Fraser Health CEO Dr. Victoria Lee says seniors' vaccinations 'highly effective' despite outbreak and 16 cases at Dufferin Care Centre
Workers at Coquitlam Safeway, Port Moody drug store test positive for COVID-19

Workers at Coquitlam Safeway, Port Moody drug store test positive for COVID-19

A Coquitlam Safeway and a Port Moody Shoppers Drug Mart are the latest two chains hit with COVID-19 cases among their Tri-Cities staff.
Too much or too little? Port Moody boosts taxes by 3.55%

Too much or too little? Port Moody boosts taxes by 3.55%

Port Moody homeowners are facing a 3.55% increase in their property taxes this year. Some councillors say that's too much, others say it's not enough.