Janis Cleugh

Federal minister in Coquitlam highlights 'green' business, Budget 2023

Gudie Hutchings, Canada’s minister of rural economic development, stopped at Coquitlam's Moment Energy to talk up the Clean Electricity Investment Tax Credit

Asian group out with book ahead of next BC Dumpling Fest in Coquitlam

About a year-and-a-half ago, Kirstin Hepburn won a contest to create characters and branding for Coquitlam's inaugural dumpling festival. The event drew some 25,000 visitors to Town Centre Park —...

Feast at the first-ever BC Dumpling Festival on Aug. 13 in Coquitlam

Inaugural BC Dumpling Festival stems from racist attack at Town Centre Park in Coquitlam last spring

Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

The two-day Caribbean Days Festival — the largest in the province — is moving Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park after 32 years in North Vancouver

Savour the flavours at the first-ever BC Dumpling Festival in Coquitlam

A multicultural fair where visitors can feast on a variety of dumplings will be held this summer in Coquitlam. The inaugural BC Dumpling Festival is set for Saturday, Aug. 13 near Lafarge Lake in...

Coquitlam's real estate arm plans more condos around Burke Mountain Village

The city is proposing additional multifamily development around a future commercial and social hub

Marcon to 'celebrate' busy Coquitlam corner with 38-storey tower

On Monday, city council advanced the bid by Marcon to build a 38-storey tower at the northwest intersection of Como Lake Avenue and Clarke Road

Six-storey apartment complex OK'd for downtown PoCo

A fourplex in downtown Port Coquitlam will be razed to make way for a six-storey apartment block.

New Coquitlam park will be 1.5 times the size of Stanley Park

A draft management plan for a closed regional park reserve in northeast Coquitlam will be open for public comment this summer. This week, the Metro Vancouver parks committee green-lighted the second...

Port Coquitlam looks at PoCo Place towers, a new Pitt River community

Two major projects that would add another 5,000 residents to Port Coquitlam’s borders were pitched by developers this week. Tuesday, at the city’s committee of council, Marwest Development Corp. and...