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Port Coquitlam woman linked to massive immigration fraud granted appeal to care for sons

Port Coquitlam woman linked to massive immigration fraud granted appeal to care for sons

Set to be deported for misrepresenting herself on a permanent residency renewal application, the Port Coquitlam mother was granted appeal on humanitarian grounds so she could take care of her sons
This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

This Coquitlam mega-park could fix region's overwhelmed trails

Pinecone Burke Provincial Park in Coquitlam is nearly a hundred times bigger than Stanley Park, but after 25 years, it's still ostensibly closed due to a lack of infrastructure.
Port Moody budget projects 4.5% tax increase

Port Moody budget projects 4.5% tax increase

Port Moody is projecting a tax increase of 4.5% for the coming year. A staff report said the city is being hit hard by the closure of the Flavelle sawmill.
Study suggests respirator masks used by police could hurt perception

Study suggests respirator masks used by police could hurt perception

The study shows people may react negatively to police wearing full-face respirator masks possibly due to their use in public disorder situations where tear gas is deployed
Here's where RCMP say crime is spiking in Coquitlam

Here's where RCMP say crime is spiking in Coquitlam

Coquitlam RCMP flagged two quadrants as crime hotspots this week in Coquitlam — within days, a shooting in the Burquitlam hotspot left a woman bloodied in a condo lobby.
Opinion: My friend survived COVID-19 but will never truly ‘recover’

Opinion: My friend survived COVID-19 but will never truly ‘recover’

Long-term damage is being discovered
Woman shot, found bleeding in Coquitlam condo lobby

Woman shot, found bleeding in Coquitlam condo lobby

A massive police response descended on a Coquitlam condominium complex early Saturday morning, after reports a woman was shot and lying bloodied in the lobby. Paramedics rushed the victim to Royal Columbian hospital with undetermined injuries.
COVID-19 sign vandals plague Coquitlam parks

COVID-19 sign vandals plague Coquitlam parks

Town Centre, Mundy and Como Lake parks have been hit by sign vandalism in recent weeks, causing extra work for staff who have to clean or replace them; signs reminding people about COVID-19 safety are the hardest hit
Legendary Port Coquitlam cyclist dies of COVID-19 at long-term care outbreak

Legendary Port Coquitlam cyclist dies of COVID-19 at long-term care outbreak

Port Coqutilam's Dan McGuire was one of the founding members of the BC Randonneurs, a quirky group of cyclists dedicated to pedalling long distances. He passed away Dec. 12.
Third cannabis shop for Port Moody gets green light

Third cannabis shop for Port Moody gets green light

Toronto-base Cannoe has been approved to open Port Moody's third cannabis shop.