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Minter: How we love the yellows, oranges and reds of fall foilage

Minter: How we love the yellows, oranges and reds of fall foilage

One of the most fascinating fall trees is the Japanese stewartia. It is a summer bloomer that often carries right on into the fall, writes master gardener Brian Minter.
Photos: Fire shuts Minnekhada Regional Park in Coquitlam

Photos: Fire shuts Minnekhada Regional Park in Coquitlam

Firefighters are working to put out a stubborn brush fire in steep terrain at Minnekhada Regional Park.
Belcarra author goes by bike all the time

Belcarra author goes by bike all the time

Go By Bike Week promotes cycling as a part of everyday transportation
Coquitlam Express drop overtime decision to Centennials

Coquitlam Express drop overtime decision to Centennials

The loss drops the Coquitlam Express' early-season record to 0-2
Photos: Walking for reconciliation in Coquitlam

Photos: Walking for reconciliation in Coquitlam

More than 100 people gathered at the Kwikwetlem First Nation to walk for reconciliation, a day before Canada's National Day of Reconciliation. 
Coquitlam offering Stoney Creek residents $2K grants to replace old sewer connections

Coquitlam offering Stoney Creek residents $2K grants to replace old sewer connections

Coquitlam has launched a new grant program to encourage property owners to replace their old sewer connections, starting with the Stoney Creek neighbourhood.
Is it time to rename Indian Arm? Port Moody thinks so

Is it time to rename Indian Arm? Port Moody thinks so

Belcarra Regional Park was renamed təmtəmíxʷtən last year; should Indian Arm also get a new name?
Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Province to expand pharmacists' prescribing powers, add med-school seats

Beginning Oct. 14, pharmacists will be allowed to administer and renew up to two years a wider range of prescriptions for people without a family doctor
Port Moody candidates pledge collaboration, working together

Port Moody candidates pledge collaboration, working together

All but one of the candidates trying to win a seat on council, or as Port Moody's mayor, participated in Wednesday's forum held by the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce
Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Man pleads guilty to slew of Metro Vancouver retail store thefts

Michael Leonard Nelson pleaded guilty to offences in Vancouver, Richmond, Coquitlam, North Vancouver and Delta.