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2014/10/01 18:55
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Some of the Tri-Cities best businesses and non-profits will be sharing the spotlight on Oct. 30 when the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce honors its Business Excellence Awards nominees during lunch at...
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The Evergreen Line's arrival in 2016 isn't likely to bring a sudden influx of crime, says a Transit Police report, but that's likely because the stations are being built in areas that are already...
2014/10/01 15:55
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A new pilates studio in Port Coquitlam is shaping up to offer post-mastectomy patients free classes throughout the month of October. V Pilates owner Mona Valdes, who was an emergency-room doctor in...
2014/09/30 21:55
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There are 44 days left until the civic election and, today, Tri-City candidates seeking municipal and board of education seats were finally able to file their papers. As of Tuesday morning, the only...
2014/09/30 21:44
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A plan by Delta council to train firefighters to handle more medical duties as emergency first responders is being closely watched by other cities in the Lower Mainland and is under fire from...
2014/09/30 20:55
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TransLink is likely to get an 'A' for service from Terry Fox secondary students who've struggled to get home from school since classes resumed because the buses were always full. The students...
2014/09/30 20:55
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Bob Bell will take over head coaching duties of the Port Coquitlam Saints when the B.C. Jr. ‘A’ Lacrosse League season gets underway next year. Bell, who coached the 2014 B.C. Intermediate ‘A’ squad...
2014/09/30 16:55
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A new display is on the walls of the Port Moody Public Library. The acrylic and oil paintings of Caroline Beutler will be shown at the library this month. A member of the Coquitlam and Port Moody art...
2014/09/29 17:31
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Toronto is poised for more green roofs, but the City's bylaw largely rules out growing fruits and veg. Leeks, squash, and carrots are some of the vegetables ready for harvest in August on this part...
2014/09/26 21:55
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More than 40 landmarks across Canada will be lit up with purple lights across on Oct. 10, World Mental Health Day, including a few in the Tri-Cities. And Carol Todd would like to see many more. The...
2014/09/26 19:08
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A 500-pound black bear reportedly drunk on fermented apples rampaged through Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, this week. The boozing bear was first spotted at 6 a.m, sleeping on a resident's front...
2014/09/26 16:55
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Port Coquitlam residents have likely noticed workers digging up sidewalks and rigging up overhead wiring throughout the city over the last few months. The construction is the result of a deal worked...
2014/09/26 00:55
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A new community health profile database is widening the conversation on what it means to be a healthy community. And it shows that the Tri-Cities, with a largely well-educated and affluent population...
2014/09/25 21:55
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A business award won last year by the city of Coquitlam went to a neighbouring municipality this year. On Wednesday at the Union of BC Municipal-ities’ convention in Whistler, Mayor Greg Moore...
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Two Tri-City community schools are in the running to win $10,000 in new books. Seaview elementary in Port Moody and Central elementary in Port Coquitlam are looking for the public’s help to gain...
2014/09/25 01:09
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The environmental initiatives taken by Mark’s Auto Body in Burnaby have been recognized by the collision repair industry’s 2011 FIT Sustainability Award. Mark’s is one of three winners; the others...
2014/09/24 23:17
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The Vancouver Stealth are in win-now mode. The pro lacrosse team does not have a first round pick in three of the next four National Lacrosse League entry drafts. But what the team does have is...
2014/09/24 17:55
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Long time Coquitlam teacher Chris King has announced that he will be a candidate for school trustee in Port Coquitlam this November. Recently retired, King spent 37 years in the education system as a...
2014/09/24 12:15
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Western Hockey League clubs don’t have the big-league luxury of a farm team full of players ready to fly in at a moment’s notice. When injuries and other absences start to mount, coaches in the WHL...
2014/09/24 11:44
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Photographer Lanaya Flavelle, below, and master muralist Kris Kupskay are competing against one other talented “Rule Bender” for a $25,000 grant from HP Canada. A graffiti artist whose work graces...
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