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Tenant allegedly skips out on rent, Port Coquitlam single mom left with $14k tab

Tenant allegedly skips out on rent, Port Coquitlam single mom left with $14k tab

A Port Coquitlam mother stuck with over $14,000 in mortgage and utility bills after a tenant reportedly skipped out on five months of rent says she's been left frustrated by an overburdened legal system backed up by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Burnaby daycare outbreak’s link to pub trivia night has sick toddler’s dad ‘angry’

Burnaby daycare outbreak’s link to pub trivia night has sick toddler’s dad ‘angry’

Father of toddler with COVID-19 wants rapid tests deployed
COVID-19-related hospitalizations in B.C. fall to 13-week low

COVID-19-related hospitalizations in B.C. fall to 13-week low

Six more pandemic-related deaths brings province's death toll from COVID-19 to 1,327.
B.C. casinos inquiry awaits government and police explanations

B.C. casinos inquiry awaits government and police explanations

After six weeks of testimony, hard facts about scope of money laundering remain elusive.
Fraser Health rolls out ‘streamlined' notification for COVID-19 school exposures

Fraser Health rolls out ‘streamlined' notification for COVID-19 school exposures

Following public feedback, Fraser Health has changed the way it is informing parents and staff of a COVID-19 exposure event, cluster or outbreak
Coquitlam area students investigated for levelling threats, racial slurs on video chat app

Coquitlam area students investigated for levelling threats, racial slurs on video chat app

School District 43 says it is taking steps to address the incident, including referring the matter to RCMP and other community partners
Ottawa pledges millions more in support for global vaccine-sharing program after criticism

Ottawa pledges millions more in support for global vaccine-sharing program after criticism

Canada under fire for being only G7 country to tap supply from COVAX
Port Moody will encourage developers to be more pet friendly

Port Moody will encourage developers to be more pet friendly

Port Moody will consider pet policies as part of its assessment of proposed new developments.
Monthly visits to this Tri-Cities park tripled compared to last year

Monthly visits to this Tri-Cities park tripled compared to last year

Belcarra Regional Park's 184% spike in monthly traffic marks the second biggest surge in visits among all Metro Vancouver parks; tourism and outdoor recreation groups are once again renewing a call to take pressure off the Metro park system by opening up a B.C. Park on Coquitlam’s doorstep  
Port Moody fire chief ready to ride into retirement

Port Moody fire chief ready to ride into retirement

Port Moody fire chief Ron Coulson has announced his intention to retire in June. He's been the city's top firefighter for more than four years, after a long career with Vancouver Fire and Rescue Services.