Tri-Cities News Digest September 3

Pic of the Day:  Foyer Maillard officially open in the Tri-Cities with more beds for seniors

Monday News Feed:

Foyer Maillard officially open in the Tri-Cities with more beds for seniors, Search & Rescue performs medical resuce on Diez Vistas Trail, Coquitlam RCMP Officer Robert Ellwood Lemon to be honoured by Governor General, New Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable Coordinator Melissa Dickis hired, RCMP investigate business break in on Pipeline Road, Coquitlam Express home opener this Friday.

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Medical Rescue on the Diez Vistas trail – Coquitlam Search and Rescue

One Saturday October 2nd, while 6 Coquitlam SAR members were assisting North Shore Rescue with a large search for a missing hiker, we were notified by BC Ambulance of an injured hiker on the Diez Vistas trail near Buntzen Lake. The hiker reported that her ankle was broken, and she was in quite a lot of pain.

Coquitlam RCMP – Coquitlam RCMP investigate complaint of business break-in on Pipeline Road

Coquitlam RCMP investigate complaint of business break-in on Pipeline Road

Foyer Maillard officially open in the Tri-Cities with more beds for seniors

COQUITLAM – Seniors with complex care needs in the Tri-Cities now have a new option for a residential care home. The Foyer Maillard facility completed its redevelopment and now comprises 125 beds for seniors, an increase of 80 beds compared to the previous facility.

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The Barbers keep it all in the family

Matthew and Jill Barber appear in Coquitlam Oct. 23. It’s always been their intentions to cut an album together. After all, most musical siblings say that. But life, or their own solo careers, got in the way. Two years ago, Jill Barber told her big brother Matthew the time was ripe: They needed to pen some tunes and get into the studio.

Meeting art masters, coffee shop drinkers at Coquitlam exhibit

Two artists offer windows into the past and present with exhibits that open this week at Coquitlam’s Place des Arts. Croatian native Nino Dobrosavljevic will show Time with Past, a collection of 38 oil on canvas pieces inspired by the works of such art masters as Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Vermeer, Picasso and Dali.

Arts notes: Coquitlam filmmaker wins $20k for refugee film

A Coquitlam filmmaker is the grand prize winner for his short animated flick about refugees. Last Thursday, Alex Nagy clinched $20,000 from The Radcliffe Foundation for his movie Helpful Hand.

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We at Phoenix were proud to be a part of the installation of a massive piece of public art, the ‘Golden Tree’. This life size replica of the famous Stanley Park Hollow Tree was created by local artist Douglas Coupland and is on display at the Marine Drive Canada Line Station.

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