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Over the past couple of weeks we kept you updated on Coquitlam’s rezoning of 3030 Gordon, to allow a permanent homeless shelter to be built on the site. While the approval from council is great news, there is still a long road ahead. There is no funding for the shelter yet, and we can expect […]



Links – Post 300 for TheV3H.com


Looking at my trusty post counter in the WordPress dashboard, you are now reading post #300. Our first post was way back on April 22nd, 2009. We were talking about the Random Acts of Kindness Project put on by the Port Moody Library. Suffice to say our readership has grown by leaps and bounds. So […]



Feeling the Spirit of the Season


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The holiday season is kicking into high gear here in the Tri-Cities. Read on to find out what’s cooking this week! What: Holiday Wine and Cheese Tasting When: Thursday, December 9 from 6:00-7:30pm and 7:30-9:00pm Where: Port Moody Arts Centre [map] The skinny: Get ready for the holidays by joining us for a tasting of […]



Adopt a Cat with Home for the Holidays


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During the holiday season, friends and family gather to celebrate and to enjoy each other’s company. But what about our four-legged feline friends that don’t have a warm place to call home? That’s the question that Coquitlam Animal Shelter staff and volunteers would like us to ponder. “Our animal shelter has dozens of wonderful cats […]



Light Up The Square on TheV3H TV


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On Saturday Night, we ventured out to Maillardville for Light Up The Square: A Lantern Affair. You can check out the details of the event on our preview post last week. Here are some of the scenes of Christmas, captured by TheV3H TV’s camera. If you have any pictures or video of Christmas celebrations around […]



Winter Weather in the Tri-Cities


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I will admit it. I am not a fan of snow. I used to really enjoy it when I was a kid, and my own kids adore it now. But now that I’m an adult, I have lost the snow love. Although it is really pretty to look at, the shoveling, the messy roads and […]



Links – Coquitlam Homeless Shelter Moves Forward


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Thanks to many of you who wrote in or came out to support the rezoning of 3030 Gordon, the proposed Homeless Shelter is moving ahead. After nearly 70 speakers, council voted 8-1 to rezone. For those of you scoring at home, Lou Sekora was the lone dissenting voice. Lou chose to grandstand in a vote […]



Lighting up the Tri-Cities


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As the days get darker, the events get brighter. Or so it seems to me, anyway. Read on to see what’s happening this week, and form your own opinion. What: Tree of Memories When: Thursday, December 2 – Friday, January 7, Daylight to Dusk Where: Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery [map] The skinny: A quiet opportunity […]



What’s up with the Evergreen Line?


What's up with the Evergreen Line

The Evergreen Line remains a hot topic here in the Tri-Cities. With construction slated to begin in early 2011, and a funding shortfall of $400 million, it’s still not clear how this project is going to happen. In September, Transportation Minister Shirley Bond met with Metro Vancouver mayors to discuss TransLink funding. At that meeting, […]



Why I Support the 3030 Gordon Homeless Shelter


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Far too often we don’t pay a lot of attention to municipal politics. The vote turnouts are abysmal. There are approximately 12,342 municipalities in the Lower Mainland, so the media coverage isn’t as concentrated as it is at the Federal and Provincial level. With most of the discussion revolving around routine by-law and zoning changes, […]

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