PoCo Daily Digest June 30th, 2016

Thursday:   Getting prepared for Canada Day. On the left ice cream cakes from Menchies in Fremont Village. On the right strawberry cheesecake from Swiss Chalet/Harvey’s Poco. Big PoCo celebrations tomorrow at Castle Park all day.



Lost male black cat last seen near Prairie Ave and Burns Rd. We believe that he may be trying to get back to his home near Birchland Elementary. He does have a collar with a bell

missing george

Ginger kitty missing in Poco, evergreen park area. Please contact – 778-985-6777

missing ginger


Port Coquitlam calls for asbestos removal standards – Port Coquitlam city council joined the call this week to see mandatory certification and licensing on contractors removing asbestos and other hazardous materials.


Paying for Port Coquitlam produce – We need to support farmers if we want them to continue to produce our food


Greg Moore – Honoured to be the emcee at Rotary Centennial Induction Ceremony. Our Rotary Club does an amazing job in our community and has fun at the same time.

City of Port Coquitlam – Reminder we have the following City facilities closed tomorrow for Canada Day. But remember to join us at Lions & Castle park for some amazing Canada Day festivities.www.portcoquitlam.ca/canadaday

City of Port Coquitlam – Your tax bill is still due even in the event of a labour dispute with Canada Post. Our offices are closed for Canada Day celebrations, Friday, July 1st but will reopen Monday, July 4th from 8a.m. to 5p.m. www.portcoquitlam.ca/taxes

The Whitehouse Runners – Please watch & share! We are running from Montreal to Washington, DC to raise 40,000$ for the Terry Fox Cancer Canada Foundation


Arts & Entertainment

Steve Sainas at Leigh Square Band Shell on June 3rd

Sports & Recreation

Coquitlam Adanacs trounce PoCo Saints in rivalry match on Wednesday Night




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