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Rash of theft from autos in Port Moody prompt police warning

Rash of theft from autos in Port Moody prompt police warning

Port Moody police are investigating 10 incidents of theft from autos and are encouraging residents to remove all packages, and even sunglasses and spare change, from their cars
New and active B.C. COVID-19 cases hit multi-month lows

New and active B.C. COVID-19 cases hit multi-month lows

Eleven COVID-19 deaths raise province's pandemic death toll to 2,333.
Fields, trails take a beating under heavy rains as Tri-Cities braces for another rain storm

Fields, trails take a beating under heavy rains as Tri-Cities braces for another rain storm

Another rain storm is on its way, prompting cities to issue advisories requesting residents to stay off of trails near the Coquitlam River and clean catch basins to prevent pooling water and flooding
Coquitlam Heritage dips into fishing for new historical show

Coquitlam Heritage dips into fishing for new historical show

Coquitlam’s relationship with fish has seen the good, the bad and the ugly.
'An inspiration' to many, Port Moody community mourns the loss of Mary Anne Cooper

'An inspiration' to many, Port Moody community mourns the loss of Mary Anne Cooper

Cooper, who lived to be 107 years old, was a passionate advocate for the preservation of Ioco townsite as a heritage and cultural site; screening of the Spirit of Port Moody documentary about her life and the city to be screened Dec. 11, 2021
Port Moody extreme weather shelter filling up during recent spate of bad weather — and donations are needed

Port Moody extreme weather shelter filling up during recent spate of bad weather — and donations are needed

Kyle Centre houses up to 15 people during extreme weather events since the shelter was approved, and typically 10 people a night sleep on mats when activated.
Massive holiday light display in Port Coquitlam to raise funds for the food bank

Massive holiday light display in Port Coquitlam to raise funds for the food bank

The annual Miracle on Rae Street lights up Dec. 1 in Port Coquitlam, featuring thousands of lights, holiday displays and music
Opinion: Emergencies overshadow new B.C. legislation

Opinion: Emergencies overshadow new B.C. legislation

For the first time in about 20 months, the B.C. legislature opens its doors to the public this week, just as the politicians have headed home until next February.
Letter: We should be welcoming development with open arms in Port Moody

Letter: We should be welcoming development with open arms in Port Moody

I truly hope that Wesgroup can stay the course and not walk away from this project, and it continues to provide the vision and leadership needed for this neighbourhood, writes Port Moody's Derek McCarthy in an open letter to the company.
Rainfall warning continues for Metro Vancouver as rain expected to continue through beginning of week

Rainfall warning continues for Metro Vancouver as rain expected to continue through beginning of week

Make sure you are keeping your rain gear ready