Diane Strandberg

Massive affordable housing project in the works for Port Coquitlam

Public will be given contactless ways to comment on plans for 302 units of non-market rental housing on Kingsway Avenue

334 businesses slapped with COVID-19 health, safety orders: WorkSafe BC

Service, manufacturing industries among the hardest hit after thousands of inspections conducted across B.C. following COVID-19 pandemic restart

Parking lot patios a hit at Port Coquitlam breweries

Three breweries and a distillery applied and received approval to extend outdoors so they can provide more space for patrons

Starbucks joins retailer mask-wearing trend

Company requests customers to wear a face-covering when entering stores as re-opening plan gets underway

Shortage of face masks, gloves prompts Tri-City, New West doctors to act

Fraser North Division of Family Practice, which represents doctors in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody and New Westminster, set up its own COVID-19 testing station and doctors are seeing...

Coquitlam wants costs as Trans Mountain construction looms

Underground methane gas lines and recovering costs for work around the pipeline among the city's concerns as construction gets underway

Condo owners face challenges for EV charging

Cost can be prohibitive so it's buyer beware, says the executive director of the Condominium Home Owners Association

Coquitlam wants compensation for Trans Mountain Pipeline

City anticipates having to pay millions in maintenance costs over the years and Mayor Richard Stewart says city taxpayers shouldn't be on the hook

More density eyed for Coquitlam's SkyTrain corridor

Some neighbourhoods hoping for towers likely won't get them

Concert Properties’ Burquitlam proposal gets first glance

As many as 6,000 new residents in eight towers, parks, YMCA, park-and-ride and community policing eyed for the project