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SHARE Family and Community Services Survey

SHARE Family and Community Services have launched a

“broad-based community consultation aimed at finding ways to improve the delivery of services related to poverty in the Tri-Cities.”

They are look for ideas on how to help the vulnerable, and improve the quality of life in the Tri-Cities. Fill out the survey at their website until December 11th, 2013.

The City of Coquitlam is on a campaign to save historical buildings. Council has pushed forward a proposal to designate for heritage purposes Red House, which is the place that’s falling apart across the street from Place Des Arts in Maillardville. Red House will become an amenities space for apartments and townhouses being built to the north. Although the place was set on fire last summer, the architect believes there are enough original materials left to save it.

Local MP James Moore has been named one of the 50 most important people in Canada by Maclean’s magazine. And in his blog, Coquitlam Councillor Terry O’Neill clears up a misconception or two while offering his congratulations.

GlobalNews.ca has posted a feature on a couple who sold their Vancouver condo to buy a foreclosed townhouse on Westwood Plateau.

While the debate continues over the Official Community Plan in Port Moody, local realtor and supporter of theV3H John Grasty brings up some good points about the density around the Skytrain stations.

There are some really good artists out there in the wilds of Anmore, and this week the Anmore Times features painter Daniel Taylor.

December is a busy month for events, and the exhaustive list of December events from Miss 604 is always a great way to help plan your adventures.

Finally, with all the mountable cameras that people have in their cars now, sometimes something as simple as a drive from Poco to Coquitlam can be an enjoyable journey.

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