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Give joy with Tri-City News’ Season of Giving

Give joy with Tri-City News’ Season of Giving

The holiday season has arrived and, for many, that means shopping. Stores are festively lit as shoppers hunt high and low for the perfect presents.
Port Moody hospital campaign to help limit the spread of airborne illnesses

Port Moody hospital campaign to help limit the spread of airborne illnesses

A fundraising campaign to help contain the spread of airborne infectious diseases in Eagle Ridge Hospital’s Emergency Department (ED) will help patients, visitors and staff breathe a little easier.
Stay warm this November at one of these Happy Hour Hotspots

Stay warm this November at one of these Happy Hour Hotspots

The last few jack-o-lanterns have disappeared and daylight is fading at 4:30 pm. You may have decided to stay at home for the rest of the cold, drab month of November – these grey days of the post-Halloween sugar rush and the pre-Christmas craziness.
Enjoy an authentic Indian yoga experience in the Tri-Cities

Enjoy an authentic Indian yoga experience in the Tri-Cities

Take a journey to improve your mental and physical well-being. Jai Yoga Studio is no ordinary yoga studio. It incorporates ancient traditions and philosophy from India and is the only infrared studio in Coquitlam. Infrared mild heat yoga studio.
Compassion and community infuse Christian academy’s teachings in Port Coquitlam

Compassion and community infuse Christian academy’s teachings in Port Coquitlam

A few weeks ago, a student at the B.C. Christian Academy was driving with his parents when they passed a homeless man who had no shoes. “Can we do something to help this gentleman,” the student asked.
Port Coquitlam independent school to celebrate its caring community

Port Coquitlam independent school to celebrate its caring community

What started as an outreach to the community has, nearly 25 years later, grown to become a caring and compassionate community of its own.
From bath bombs to dog walking, these enterprising ventures foster an inclusive community

From bath bombs to dog walking, these enterprising ventures foster an inclusive community

It’s not just customers who are benefiting from DisDaBomb’s creativity and sense of fun. The people who make the luxury bath bombs are revelling in the opportunity to contribute to a business that enriches their lives — and their community.
Plan it and the builders will come: A dynamic approach to creating community in Coquitlam

Plan it and the builders will come: A dynamic approach to creating community in Coquitlam

The City of Coquitlam is turning the concept of “build it, and they will come” on its head. It is playing a leadership role in how it envisions the city’s future as a destination for families who want more than just a home.
Don’t put your personal and private data at risk for the sake of free WiFi

Don’t put your personal and private data at risk for the sake of free WiFi

Admit it, what’s one of the first things you do when you arrive in a public space? You pull out your smart phone, or another device, and search for the available WiFi sources.
Tri-Cities math learning centre instills students with the confidence to learn

Tri-Cities math learning centre instills students with the confidence to learn

Confidence. It helps us accomplish tasks every day of our lives. It allows us to solve problems, learn and grow. So, when it comes to developing skills to become proficient at math, confidence plays a big role.