Port Coquitlam News Digest November 19-20

Pic of the Day:  Terry Fox running back Jeremie Kankolongo shook off a separated shoulder and rushed for four touchdowns Saturday as the Ravens advanced to the Subway Bowl semifinals. Photo by Arlen Redekop / Province News Group

 

Weekend Highlights:

  • Number One Ranked Ravens off to Semi-Finals
  • Local Councils responsible for regulating farm land
  • Save Maple Creek Canvasses Neighbours for Support
  • Fraser Valley win sends Carney to Provincials

 

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Number One Ranked Ravens off to Semi-Finals

Terry Fox wins battle of attrition, Sun Devils catch fire in Subway Bowl

Football is a game of attrition, and, sometimes, the game’s gods determine that its marquee stars are the ones who must take a back seat to the proceedings. That was the scenario which began to unfold Saturday in the quarterfinal round of the Subway Bowl triple-A playoffs at B.C.

 

City of Port Coquitlam changed its bylaws to cap the size of homes on agricultural land to 5,300 square feet

B.C. says local council responsible for regulating residential use of farmland

This past July, the City of Port Coquitlam changed its bylaws to cap the size of homes on agricultural land to 5,300 square feet The amended regulations also included provisions to restrict the farm “home plate” – the portion of an agricultural lot taken up by homes and structures such as driveways – to 10 per cent, with the idea of curbing the creep of giant homes onto designated farm land in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR).

 

Save Maple Creek Canvasses Neighbours for Support

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PoCo City Council Supporting Crossroads Hospice

 

Southside Family of Schools Parent Education – Screenagers

 

Riverside Secondary Winter Market

 

Maple Creek Middle School’s “Family Shopping Night Extravaganza”

 

PoCo BCSPCA Gift Ideas

 

St Catherine’s Anglican Church Port Coquitlam

 

How to Pronounce Coquitlam

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     ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT     

Local Artist Michael King with Portrait of the Mayor

Michael King on Twitter

Myself and Port Coquitlam Mayor, Greg Moore, together with his portrait. #portraiture #commissions #canadianartist

 

Midnight at Pulse Dance Centre

 

Last Night of 2016 Crossroads Coffeehouse at Leigh Square

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TERRY FOX beats MOUNT DOUGLAS 34 to 25 to advance to semi-finals

11.19.16: The ‘At-The-Dome’ Saturday edition of The Province’s BC High School Football Report

Hi football fans! We’re final for Saturday. Here’s reports from all seven games played today at the senior varsity level in the Subway Bowl 2016 quarterfinals! Our semifinal matchups next Saturday: Triple A Terry Fox vs. South Delta New Westminster vs. Notre Dame Double A Hugh Boyd vs. Vernon Seaquam vs.

 

Fraser Valley win sends Carney to Provincials

Fraser Valley win for Carney

Tri City News November 17, 2016 03:47 PM Archbishop Carney secondary is heading to its sixth-straight AA high school soccer provincial championship next week. The club punched their ticket to the B.C. tournament after shutting out Pitt Meadows secondary 4-0 in the Fraser Valley playoff finals.

 

Port Coquitlam Figure Skating Club Fundraising

 

Vancouver Gun Range

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     BUSINESS     

4 Cats Art Studio Shaughnessy

 

JK Apparel Port Coquitlam BC by Jennifer Open House

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PoCo BC SPCA Cats

 

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