The Port Coquitlam-based Vancouver All Stars cheered their way to a historic first at last month's World Cheer Championships in Orlando, Fla.
There is no more mediocre for the junior A New Westminster Salmonbellies.
SHARE Family & Community Services Society hosts a free alcohol and drug education session, from 7 to 8: 30 p.m. at 2615 Clarke St. (second floor) in Port Moody. The topic is, "Trauma - how substance misuse often occurs with people who have experienced childhood abuse. How these experiences may cause relapses or continued misuse." For more information on the program, call 604-936-3900.
"This is Victor Echo Seven Papa Charlie Echo." The call sign for Port Coquitlam's Emergency Preparedness Communications team (EPCom) - VE7PCE - will be heard frequently during the weekend of June 21 to 23 at Castle Park during the annual Field Day event.
As consumers get used to paying two taxes for their favourite items, at least one Tri-Cities community is feeling the pinch with the return of the PST/GST.
Tax time has brought out the anger and frustration of our citizens, and for good reason. Maple Ridge has increased property taxes for 11 consecutive years.
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COQUITLAM — Coquitlam Mounties have released more details about a double shooting in a quiet neighbourhood Thursday night.
Burnaby Barracuda's Martina Blazevic and year-round swimmer Mei Stark won four individual races each at the Burnaby Barracudas annual Grand Prix summer swim meet at Central Park outdoor pool last weekend.
In a situation that reeks like the one that blew up in Abbotsford last week, officials in Port Coquitlam now find themselves having to explain why fertilizer was dumped on a homeless camp earlier this month.
For a guy who took more than 30 years off of cycling, Norman Nelson sure decided to make a splash when he returned to the world of two wheels.
Port Moody Arts Centre hosts a Mad Hatters' Tea Party and Hat-making Extravaganza, from 1 to 4 p.m. at 2425 St. Johns St. Celebrate the city's centennial by making a wild and wonderful hat to wear to the June 22 centennial parade, picnic or other 100th anniversary events this summer. Bring a hat to decorate or craft an original from supplies at this fun, social event. This is an all-ages event, and costs $2 per person for arts centre society members, and $5 per person (or $15 per family) for non-members. Call the arts centre at 604-931-2008 to reserve your tickets.
"My tulip bulbs haven't bloomed for years. If they are replanted in a better location in fall, would they bloom?
It's time for PoCo residents to show their civic pride and their appreciation of local gardeners' efforts to beautify the community. Nominations for the Pride of PoCo Garden Awards are being accepted until July 13.
Re: "Hotel spending triggers outrage," Wednesday, June 5.
A trio of drivers will be without their wheels for the next week, after learning it doesn't pay to speed in the Tri-Cities.
Take care of business this weekend and the Delta Islanders will be in excellent position to take a serious run at a top two finish in the B.C.
June 13: Fundraiser . Alouette Addictions Services will be hosting a barbecue fundraiser, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Mark's Work Wearhouse, 22722 Lougheed Hwy. All proceeds will benefit Alouette Addictions.
"When a package of vegetable seeds lists a number of days, what does that refer to?