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Port Coquitlam dealership staff experiencing trauma after 'brazen' robbery

Port Coquitlam dealership staff experiencing trauma after 'brazen' robbery

No one sustained life-threatening injuries at any point of the pursuit. Two suspects are still missing, while the two in custody are known to police.
Here's an easy way to support the Port Coquitlam food bank

Here's an easy way to support the Port Coquitlam food bank

Goal is to raise $1K in grocery gift cards for SHARE Family and Community Services which is struggling to meet increased demand at local food banks, due to inflation, higher cost of living.
Learn what it's like to grow up under the thumb of Iranian morality police at this Coquitlam event

Learn what it's like to grow up under the thumb of Iranian morality police at this Coquitlam event

The Coquitlam branch of Amnesty International will be showing a movie by an Iranian film maker at Douglas College.
On Our Radar: There's a claw machine with $10K in gift cards set up at Coquitlam Centre

On Our Radar: There's a claw machine with $10K in gift cards set up at Coquitlam Centre

The local mall said it's hoping to ease Tri-Cities residents' holiday shopping lists this year.
Photos: Invasive ivy removed from Port Moody's Thurston Woods Trail

Photos: Invasive ivy removed from Port Moody's Thurston Woods Trail

Almost all of the volunteers that picked the plants this past weekend had never heard of the trail before. Have you?
Two of four suspects at large following Coquitlam crime spree

Two of four suspects at large following Coquitlam crime spree

Gunfire exchanged between RCMP and the suspects after stealing a vehicle from a Port Coquitlam dealership.
'Rough treatment' of salmon in Port Moody poaching incident

'Rough treatment' of salmon in Port Moody poaching incident

'You take one or two' spawning salmon and 'we might get nothing back,' says longtime Noons Creek volunteer after a local resident reported a poaching incident.
Seasonal campaign aims to bring holiday cheer to 200 Tri-Cities seniors

Seasonal campaign aims to bring holiday cheer to 200 Tri-Cities seniors

"Be a Santa to a Senior" is back and here's how you can help those who may not get to spend winter with loved ones.
Port Moody isn’t a target of new B.C. housing supply legislation: mayor

Port Moody isn’t a target of new B.C. housing supply legislation: mayor

A recent report said the city's housing supply is keeping pace to accommodate projected population growth.
How Coquitlam plans to reduce parking problems in busy construction zones

How Coquitlam plans to reduce parking problems in busy construction zones

Is trades parking a problem in your neighbourhood? Coquitlam may have a solution with a plan to create temporary parking lots in Burquitlam and City Centre.
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