Tri-City News

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

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

Coquitlam-Maillardville MLA Selina Robinson not running for BC NDP leadership

The province's finance minister says the idea to run was "considered seriously," but the timing wasn't right for her own life

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

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

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...

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...

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

Port Moody's most popular event is ready to return after a two-year pandemic hiatus

Port Moody's popular Ribfest is expected to make its return next July after a two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic

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