Tri-City News

Fraser Health says 'no' to removing COVID-19 cases out of long-term care

The response came in a call with reporters after Glacier Media reported on a leaked document detailing missteps during the province's deadliest outbreak to date, as well as recommendations should a...

Leaked document details missteps during deadliest COVID-19 outbreak in B.C.

26 residents died with COVID-19 at Langley Lodge before the virus was snuffed out. Now, as cases ramp up, an internal document offers a blueprint and a warning for how to weather an outbreak at a...

Asian grocery giant to resume temperature checks

T&T Supermarket, which has a major location at Coquitlam Centre, announced in a written statement it would resume “inviting all customers and employees to take your temperature before entering the...

One metre distance likely enough in some classroom situations: Dr. Henry

The two-metres physical distancing rule-of-thumb to stem the transmission for COVID-19 might not always be necessary for students in a controlled classroom setting, according to Provincial Health...

Tim Hortons, Burger King, Popeyes parent sees profits crater 37%

When COVID-19 first hit, did you cut back on your coffee consumption? How about those breakfast sandwiches that get you going in the morning? You likely did because so many coffee houses were...

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

Most Canadians support second lockdown if COVID-19 caseloads spike

The survey also probed respondents on their views around wearing masks in public, on the return to school in the fall and anxiety over reopening plans

Henry slams airlines over flight manifests as COVID-19 cases climb

In a statement to Glacier Media’s Tri-City News, Air Canada rejected the B.C. Provincial Health Officer's statements, saying Dr. Henry's office has 'refused' to get back to the airline

Most Canadians support second lockdown if COVID-19 caseloads spike

Nearly 80% of British Columbians surveyed said they supported a renewed closure of businesses

‘Unique’ condo project inches closer to construction in Port Moody

A condo project 14 years in the making is closer to finally getting built. Tuesday, Port Moody council gave third reading to amend zoning bylaws and the city’s official community plan for the...