Diane Strandberg

Information about seniors resources and referral services has been centralized and people can now call 1-855-412-2121 daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to speak with trained

One call to get questions asked about seniors care

Fraser Health launches new phone number to learn about resources for day program and other supports for seniors

Information about seniors resources and referral services has been centralized and people can now call 1-855-412-2121 daily from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to speak with trained
Carol Todd is still coming to grips with her daughter's death but hopes Amanda Todd's legacy will live on with efforts to provide better supports for struggling children and youth.

I can be strong — Carol Todd

Amanda Todd's mother faces a difficult journey as she comes to grip with her daughter's death and the issues it raises

Carol Todd is still coming to grips with her daughter's death but hopes Amanda Todd's legacy will live on with efforts to provide better supports for struggling children and youth.
SNC-Lavalin Inc. has been selected as the preferred proponent to build the $1.4 billion Evergreen Line the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure announced today.

SNC-Lavalin on track to build Evergreen

SNC-Lavalin Inc. has been selected to design, build and finance the Evergreen Line Rapid Transit project

SNC-Lavalin Inc. has been selected as the preferred proponent to build the $1.4 billion Evergreen Line the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure announced today.
Five stations are planned along the Evergreen Line between Lougheed Town Centre in Burnaby and Douglas College in Coquitlam.

Three firms will bid to build Evergreen Line

The Evergreen Line RFP calls for construction of the Burnaby-to-Coquitlam line and the stations.

Five stations are planned along the Evergreen Line between Lougheed Town Centre in Burnaby and Douglas College in Coquitlam.
Karo Stein

Green roofs and bike racks plus shopping as Walmart comes to PoCo

New Walmart in Port Coquitlam opened today

Karo Stein
B.C.'s public school teachers last struck in 2005.

First shots over the bow in B.C. teacher talks

With the carrot being stability in schools come September, the BC Teachers' Federation is holding out the stick of teachers' job action in a bid to speed up provincial contract negotiations.

B.C.'s public school teachers last struck in 2005.