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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Watch Your Mailbox for Scenic Port Coquitlam 2019 Calendar

Port Coquitlam’s natural beauty, captured by local photographers, is featured in the 2019 city calendar that will start arriving in mailboxes this week. The city’s...

Mayor Brad West Calls for Public Inquiry Into Opioid Crisis

From Global News Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West is calling for a public inquiry into the opioid crisis and its ties to overseas organized crime...

PoCo doggy data sharing leads to privacy breach, credit problems

A troubling tale of how improperly used government data can lead to huge problems. From the Vancouver Courier. It is a shaggy dog tale of...

Port Coquitlam to Receive $817,613 from BC Government in Lieu of Services

Annual grants support local services British Columbians in 53 communities will benefit from almost $16 million paid by the Province to local governments in lieu...

MP Ron McKinnon announces funding for intervention programs to prevent violent extremism in BC

The Government of Canada is committed to protecting Canadians and reducing the threat of violent extremism in Canada. Today Ron McKinnon, Member of Parliament for Coquitlam-Port Coquitlam, on behalf of...

Port Coquitlam Announces Council Committee Changes

Port Coquitlam’s newly elected Mayor Brad West kicks off his four-year term with changes to the Council committee structure and meeting start times. At Tuesday’s...

TC News: Port Coquitlam’s new mayor, Brad West, promises a shake-up in the way...

From a web exclusive story by the Tri-City News, new Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West promises to change the committee system as operated for...

New Guide Helps Port Coquitlam Residents Prepare for Disasters

With weather events, earthquakes off the B.C. coast and natural disasters becoming more common, emergency preparedness is top-of-mind for many Port Coquitlam residents. A comprehensive...

Theft charge approved after investigation into Port Coquitlam city worker

A former employee with the City of Port Coquitlam Public Works has been charged after a Coquitlam RCMP investigation into alleged theft from the...

Kwikwetlem First Nation celebrates support for Overpasses Project

Kwikwetlem First Nation (KFN) recently hosted a celebration to thank federal, provincial and local government and business representatives for their support of the Colony Farm...

Recycle Your Pumpkin After Halloween

After the treats have been collected and the costumes put away, what do you do with your pumpkin? Port Coquitlam residents are reminded to place...

Be a Part of City’s Recreation Complex Stakeholder Group

The City of Port Coquitlam is looking for enthusiastic people to join the City`s new Recreation Complex Stakeholder Group. The Stakeholder Group members act as...

Community Invited to Port Coquitlam Council Inauguration

The City of Port Coquitlam invites residents and business owners to attend the inauguration of the City Council that will lead the community for the...

Baby changing tables coming to Port Coquitlam parks and outdoor pools

From  Mike White of Newslight The City of Port Coquitlam is looking to make their City more family friendly by installing a baby changing table in every men’s...

New PoCo Recreation Centre construction claims more trees

Nancy Furness from PoCo Heritage Trees posts https://www.facebook.com/nancyhfurness/posts/10205102565841957   From the Tri-City News “The tree bylaw does permit the removal of significant trees for construction of buildings,” stated...

Fireworks Rules for Port Coquitlam

Find out which Metro-Vancouver cities allow fireworks on Halloween (MAP) at Daily Hive link. In Port Coquitlam Can you use fireworks on Halloween? YES. People with a permit...

City of Port Coquitlam Challenges Community to Sort it Right

Port Coquitlam is challenging its residents and businesses to sort it right – during Waste Reduction Week Oct. 15 to 21 and throughout the...

Coquitlam and PoCo Differ on Homeless Shelter

The opening of the homeless shelter at 3030 Gordon on the border of Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam has brought challenges for both communities. Residents who...

Good News! Art Knapp Funland is OPEN

Art Knapp reopens Funland after city 'public safety concerns' A Port Coquitlam business that had its family play centre shut down by the city last...

Port Coquitlam city council votes unanimously to move “The Alex” forward

We are thrilled to announce that Port Coquitlam city council voted unanimously to move The Alex project forward, approving third reading at its Public...

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