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THINGS TO DO: Chip your tree for charity

Friday, Jan. 3 MONEY FOR DIABETES Until Jan. 24, Art Knapp Plantland (1300 Dominion Ave.
Schools tackle pot legalization with drug awareness

Schools tackle pot legalization with drug awareness

School District 43 hosts more drug education presentations for parents
Coquitlam students hear stories of trauma, healing

Coquitlam students hear stories of trauma, healing

Residential school survivors speak their truth during Orange Shirt Day discussion
Spotlight: Port Moody volunteer pays it forward

Spotlight: Port Moody volunteer pays it forward

Recent accomplishments by residents, businesses and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Spotlight: Adanac Nation floods the floor

Spotlight: Adanac Nation floods the floor

Recent achievements by residents, businesses and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody

THINGS TO DO: Spring break starts off with art, hockey and a Christmas play

Say good-bye to the week that was and say hello to a weekend full of live shows, hockey play-offs, unique art and plenty of late-winter sunshine.

THINGS TO DO: Francophone festival

Welcome to the weekend, folks. Whatever the weather, there is something to keep you and yours busy, and keep the winter blues at bay.
Spotlight: Coquitlam grad vies for Miss World Canada crown

Spotlight: Coquitlam grad vies for Miss World Canada crown

Recent accomplishments by residents, businesses and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Things to Do: Oh Canada! Bif, Barney, D2D & Derrival

Things to Do: Oh Canada! Bif, Barney, D2D & Derrival

Weekend guide for Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody
Year in Review: Deaths prompt changes to dealing with opioids

Year in Review: Deaths prompt changes to dealing with opioids

Two Tri-City young people who died of an opioid overdose and whose deaths were ruled accidental in 2017 brought home concerns about what has become a provincial health care crisis.