Letter: Valid concerns about Coquitlam committee

The Editor, Re. “Zarrillo says she’ll talk to lawyer about council feedback on Facebook comment (The Tri-City News, Jan. 24) and “Ctte. member defends its format, value to city” (The Tri-City News, Jan. 26). The Editor, Re. “Zarrillo says she’ll talk to lawyer about...

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Difficult memories surface during Breast Cancer Month

Family deals with the trauma of diagnosis The Editor, “Carlo, come home. I need to talk to you.” These nine simple words that changed my life. I raced home to find my wife, Bonita, in a bit of a daze. A routine ultrasound follow-up discovered a tumour that looked...

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Letter: Mr. Kinder has plenty of cash for Coquitlam

Re. “City looks to Kinder to cover some costs” (The Tri-City News, June 26). The Editor, With regards to the impact the Kinder Morgan pipeline will have on our community, it’s a good thing Coquitlam has intervenor status. If my memory serves me, it was Coun. Bonita...

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Letter: Expectations come with corp., union dollars

Re. “Councillor wants province to ban union, corporate election money” (The Tri-City News, May 25). The Editor, I am in total support of banning corporate and union donations to election campaigns, as proposed by Coquitlam Coun. Bonita Zarrillo. The influence of money...

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Letter: City cash would help businesses

The Editor, Re. "Coquitlam councillor's 'buy local' clause defeated" (The Tri-City News, May 28). Good on Coquitlam Coun. Bonita Zarrillo and her supporters on council for championing a "buy local" clause in Coquitlam's procurement policy, one that would favour local...

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