PoCo News Digest September 29

Pic of the Day:  PoCo Heritage Throw Back Thursday – Coquitlam Star Newspaper on Dewdney Trunk Road (now Kingsway) just west of the Coquitlam River. Founded in 1911 it burned to the ground in the great fire of 1920.

Thursday Summary

RCMP arrest on Grant St, Prairie & Wellington latest crime hotspot, Westwood St. closed for lane widening Sept 20 – Oct 3, TCCTV video of Nicola St opening, Terry Fox runs in schools today, PoCo firm produces Corporate training guides industry on Indigenous relations, PoCo’s Finger Foods featured in Financial Post

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High-risk arrest in Port Coquitlam neighbourhood

Emergency Response Team officers arrested an unidentified person at about 9 a.m. Thursday at a Grant Street home, near Prairie Avenue. Staff Writer / Tri City News September 29, 2016 10:58 AM Coquitlam RCMP and members of the Emergency Response Team (ERT) were at a home in the 1500-block of Grant Street in Port Coquitlam Thursday morning for a high-risk arrest.

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SPORTS & RECREATION

Terry Fox secondary runs for Port Coquitlam hero

Students, staff and teachers at Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox secondary laced up their runners this morning for the annual Terry Fox School Run. Students, staff and teachers at Port Coquitlam’s Terry Fox secondary laced up their runners early today (Thursday) for the annual run in honour of their school’s namesake.

BUSINESS

Corporate training guides industry on Indigenous relations

Bob Joseph can predict within the first three minutes how a meeting between industry and Indigenous communities will go. Try to arrange a meeting during traditional seasonal activities? Don’t acknowledge the community’s traditional or treaty land? Mispronounce community and leaders’ names? Already the company is in trouble.

HOW-TO: Concrete Repair in 3 Easy Steps

With the arrival of Fall – it’s time to start preparing your home for cold and wet weather. Plugging holes in leaking concrete, or cracks in walls can save you money on expensive repairs – or make your home more energy efficient.

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PoCo News Digest September 29

 

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