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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.

ARTS IN BRIEF: Lights, camera for Crazy8s challenge

Two Tri-City filmmakers won the chance to make their short for this year's Crazy8s, an eight-day filmmaking challenge that started rolling last Friday.

Students graduate, then head home

High school graduates across School District 43 are closing their binders for the last time, cleaning out lockers and, in some cases, heading off to far-flung places. But some will travel farther than others.

Tri-City family needs service dog for their son, Matteo

The Trovato household is like any other at the end of the workday when everyone is rushing to get dinner on the table and the little ones are beginning to feel ignored.
PoCo Grand Prix to draw up to 5k visitors

PoCo Grand Prix to draw up to 5k visitors

When more then 200 cyclists race through downtown Port Coquitlam next July for the BC Superweek stop, Port Moody pro Leah Guloien will have a hometown crowd to cheer her on.
Spotlight: Tech cash from Friends of Coquitlam Public Library Society

Spotlight: Tech cash from Friends of Coquitlam Public Library Society

Recent accomplishments by residents, groups and businesses in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Arts notes: Coquitlam grad does dance steps for fringe show

Arts notes: Coquitlam grad does dance steps for fringe show

Gleneagle secondary graduate Lyndsey Britten is the choreographer and stage manager for a Vancouver Fringe Festival show next month.

THINGS TO DO: Vive 25 ans de Festival du Bois

Friday, Feb. 28 NO FUN FRIDAY Kids aged seven to 10 can join the city of Port Coquitlam's "tongue-in-cheek" No Fun Friday, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Hyde Creek recreation centre (1379 Laurier Ave.).

Local teachers unhappy with Bill 22

Community centres and daycares across the Tri-Cities are open with activities to keep children busy - and out of the wind, rain and snow - as schools closed for a two-week spring break beginning Monday.
February will be a busy sports month

February will be a busy sports month

February may be peak sports in the Tri-Cities.