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Here is what police will ask to see at the new road checks in B.C.

Here is what police will ask to see at the new road checks in B.C.

This is what you can expect when you are pulled over at the new road checks in the travel ban.
‘People cannot stay at home forever’: 100 new Coquitlam jobs slated for massive TransLink operations centre

‘People cannot stay at home forever’: 100 new Coquitlam jobs slated for massive TransLink operations centre

A new operations centre being built in Coquitlam to store and maintain SkyTrain vehicles will create about 100 jobs in the city.
Apology offered for botched Coquitlam COVID-19 clinic as Fraser Health promises 'improvements'

Apology offered for botched Coquitlam COVID-19 clinic as Fraser Health promises 'improvements'

CEO Dr. Victoria Lee offers apologies and promises to improve communication, control line-ups and get confirmation of age and residence in future drop-in vaccine clinics targeted to high transmission areas, such as Port Coquitlam
New Tri-Cities COVID-19 cases dive 33% in two weeks

New Tri-Cities COVID-19 cases dive 33% in two weeks

Local COVID-19 cases in the Tri-Cities have dropped for a second straight week, declining by more than a third since their peak in the first week of April. The drop comes amid an ongoing vaccination effort and a record rate of RCMP fines for COVID-related infractions.
Coquitlam plans for more seniors homes next to rebuilt community centre

Coquitlam plans for more seniors homes next to rebuilt community centre

A list of qualified non-profit groups that want to design, build and run a new seniors housing complex next to Place Maillardville in Coquitlam is now being compiled.
New B.C. COVID-19 infections stay high as vaccinations set to accelerate

New B.C. COVID-19 infections stay high as vaccinations set to accelerate

One more death from the disease raises the province's death toll to 1,577.
Coquitlam’s interests ‘not necessarily aligned’ with Metro as it looks to stake a claim in mine’s future

Coquitlam’s interests ‘not necessarily aligned’ with Metro as it looks to stake a claim in mine’s future

The city of Coquitlam will study the area around the Upper Pipeline Road corridor to look at its future needs; the move comes as the mine's operations wind down and the expansion of water infrastructure looms
UPDATED: Missed out on that crazy COVID-19 drop-in clinic? Here's where Port Coquitlam residents can still get shots

UPDATED: Missed out on that crazy COVID-19 drop-in clinic? Here's where Port Coquitlam residents can still get shots

A one-day clinic in Coquitlam drew huge crowds for the Astra Zeneca shot, but Port Coquitlam residents and Coquitlam area teachers can still get their jab by booking online
COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU occupancy hit new record levels in B.C.

COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU occupancy hit new record levels in B.C.

Five more people have died from the disease in the past day, raising B.C.'s death toll to 1,576
'They are hungry,' — Map tracks bears foraging in Metro Vancouver neighbourhoods

'They are hungry,' — Map tracks bears foraging in Metro Vancouver neighbourhoods

Bears are waking up from hibernation hungry and are making their way into urban neighbourhoods, including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody where volunteers, bylaw officers and conservation officers are working to encourage people to eliminate all animal attractants