Links: Lougheed Safety Needs Improving


Lougheed Highway Riverview Coquitlam

The stretch of Lougheed Highway along Riverview always has me gripping the steering wheel a little tighter. This past Tuesday a driver died in a collision along that stretch, and Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart is calling for barriers to be put up so people aren’t able to cross the centre line. While there isn’t a lot of room to add large barriers, I’m sure something is better than nothing.

Charles Best Grade 12 student Selin Jessa is pretty busy these days. Like most graduating seniors, she’s probably figuring out all the plans for grad night, finishing those last provincial exams, and trying to cure HIV/AIDS. After raising money with her friends to send girls in Kenya to school, she learned that having HIV can be a huge barrier to getting an education. So why not work towards curing that too? Kids these days, what will they do next?

The Fingerling Festival is coming on May 4th, and it looks like the fingerlings are busy getting ready for the big day.

We’re officially in a provincial election campaign, which means that with the legislature dissolved, long time Coquitlam-Maillardville MLA Diane Thorne has officially retired. The Tri-City News wraps up a great political career.

Finally, a couple weeks back we shared pictures from the Port Moody Inaugural Council Meeting reenactment, this week we share the video of the event from Tri-Cities TV.

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