Diane Strandberg

Coquitlam renter shocked after landlord asks for nationality

Landlords can't ask you where you are from, according to the BC Human Rights Code. But some do anyway as they discriminate against potential renters on the basis of nationality

Tiny suite in huge Coquitlam tower selling for nearly $500K

Logging first drew pioneers to Maillardville in Coquitlam. Now it's housing, but be prepared to pay top dollar for something new

Food Network cake champion opens bakery, cafe in Port Coquitlam

Food Network win gave custom cake baker Cassandra Curtis the confidence to open a bakery and cafe in downtown Port Coquitlam, which she hopes will become a destination for food lovers from all over...

Lower Mainland toy run cancelled due to COVID-19 uncertainties – but you can still help children

Complications around organizing the annual event has resulted in its cancellation but donations and toys are still being collected by the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau

Coquitlam used car dealer ordered to pay back millions from investment scheme

BC Supreme Court judge orders the owner of a luxury used car dealer based in Coquitlam to pay back nearly $4 million plus punitive damages to his former investor

Huge affordable housing project in Port Coquitlam passes major hurdle

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West says 302-unit project seeking rezoning is the largest affordable housing development the city has seen in decades

'Some kind of mistake or joke,' says Coquitlam woman about $1 ICBC rebate cheque

Sending out cheques for $1 is a waste of money, woman says, after receiving a smaller cheque than she expected for insuring two cars last year; the province had said when the ICBC rebate was...

Port Moody politician to work with Washington State on high-speed rail

Re-elected MLA gets a new job as B.C. Premier John Horgan looks to issues with the U.S. state beyond COVID-19

'How is that possible?': COVID-19 cases rise to 24 at Port Coquitlam seniors home

Son of infected resident seeks more visits even as caseload surges and a second outbreak is declared at a Port Coquitlam seniors facility

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