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238 riders raise $65k for ERHF

The numbers are in from Sunday's Wheel to Heal and they are some of the biggest ever for the annual Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation cycling fundraiser.

Train noise complaints at PoCo city hall

A resident of downtown Port Coquitlam said he and his neighbours are losing sleep due to the sound of train whistles at the nearby Kingsway Avenue rail crossing.

Welcome. That will cost $50k

More "Welcome to Coquitlam" signs will spring up at major entrances in the city after council this week voted to spend $50,000 on the project.

SD43 admins on move

Several Tri-City public school administrators and teachers will be saying goodbye to their students and hello new schools for the next school year.

PoMo looks to lock up lovers' biz

Paris, Florence and... Port Moody? Resident Linda Balzer wants to put Moody on the map by introducing "love locks" to the Rocky Point pier.

Anti-pesticide push coming to Coquitlam

A Coquitlam environment advisory group studying whether the city should ban the sale and use of cosmetic pesticides was to hear today (Wednesday) from a representative of the Canadian Cancer Society.

Train talk in Port Moody

Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini said he plans to sound off to management at Canadian Pacific Rail about the noise of night-time locomotives on the Ioco line.

PoCo wants public input on public art

When most people think of city services, road maintenance and garbage collection are often the first things that come to mind.

Coquitlam to NW: Remember $65M

Coquitlam has sent a strong message to New Westminster on the eve of the last presentation for the United Boulevard Extension: Don't give up the $65 million.

120 years: a big deal?

Coquitlam will mark its 120th year on July 25 but it won't be much of a party for some city councillors, who have already branded marking the milestone as "opportunistic" in a civic election year.