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Letter: Port Coquitlam treats taxpayers like grown-ups. So, let them drink responsibly in parks

Letter: Port Coquitlam treats taxpayers like grown-ups. So, let them drink responsibly in parks

Writer believes the consumption bylaw encourages better behaviour, in response to another letter about reconsidering alcohol in public spaces.
33 Tri-Cities athletes representing B.C. at 2022 Canada Summer Games

33 Tri-Cities athletes representing B.C. at 2022 Canada Summer Games

Three days in, and one local athlete has already racked up two medals in Niagara, Ont.
Coquitlam Adanacs drop second playoff game to Nanaimo Timbermen

Coquitlam Adanacs drop second playoff game to Nanaimo Timbermen

Coquitlam Adanacs will try to get back into the series on Wednesday at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex
69% of British Columbians support suing 'Big Oil'

69% of British Columbians support suing 'Big Oil'

A new survey shows 4.2% of British Columbians were found to be climate deniers, while majorities across urban, suburban and rural B.C. backed suing fossil fuel companies for local damages.
Potential class-action lawsuit in B.C. alleges abuse at Catholic schools

Potential class-action lawsuit in B.C. alleges abuse at Catholic schools

Boys alleging they were sexually and physically abused by priests already known to be child abusers want to know why those men wound up teaching again.
'A no-brainer': 56% of Canadian parents say proper disposal of drugs not essential

'A no-brainer': 56% of Canadian parents say proper disposal of drugs not essential

According to a recent study, that attitude is putting both the environment and people at risk.
Port Coquitlam downtown projects hit by construction challenges

Port Coquitlam downtown projects hit by construction challenges

A competitive construction market and supply chain issues have delayed some key infrastructure projects, but PoCo is still moving ahead on upgrades at Veterans Park, Leigh Square and the Donald Pathway.
A happy ending for an 11-year-old Coquitlam husky adopted one year later

A happy ending for an 11-year-old Coquitlam husky adopted one year later

"Gemma" was placed in the Coquitlam Animal Shelter's care for 366 days, but now has new owners as of Aug. 8, 2022.
B.C. dentists could be shut out of new oral health-care regulator, says association

B.C. dentists could be shut out of new oral health-care regulator, says association

BC Dental Association notes no dentist is guaranteed to be on future boards of new regulator, set to launch Sept. 1.
On Our Radar: Join səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview lands walk in Coquitlam this weekend

On Our Radar: Join səmiq̓ʷəʔelə/Riverview lands walk in Coquitlam this weekend

Learn about some of Coquitlam's most beautiful trees during a guided tour in this park-like setting.