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Share launches food bank drive on Thursday

Organizers at the Share Food Bank are hoping a donation drive this week will set a record in the province and bring in enough stock to last until the fall.

Shots frighten mom, teen

Laura Kolstad and her teenage son are lucky to be alive after a hail of bullets shot up their Port Moody apartment in what appears to be a random drive-by shooting.

UPDATED: Man killed at Coquitlam train station

Commuters on the West Coast Express were stranded Monday morning after a man was struck and killed by a westbound train at Coquitlam Centre station.

Mayor Trasolini won't seek re-election

Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini will not seek re-election in November. The four-term mayor has served as the city's top politician since 1999 and as a city councillor for three years before that.

Tri-City residents annoyed by trains

The city of Port Moody says it has secured a promise from Canadian Pacific Rail to try to keep trains out of the Ioco spur line to the Imperial Oil depot after 9 p.m.

Fireworks planned in Coquitlam

The company behind the successful Canada Day fireworks display at Lafarge Lake will be shooting off pyrotechnics again in Coquitlam.

More warning: mayor to Hydro

One week after downed power lines in the Fraser River caused traffic gridlock and risked potential injury to motorists and rescue services, Coquitlam Mayor Richard Stewart met with BC Hydro executives who, he said, admitted "dropping the ball" that n

AROUND AND ABOUT: Lots to do on the North Shore

Nothing says summer like a fun-filled festival, and this year there will be no shortage on the North Shore. Be sure to mark the weekend of July 16 and 17 on your calendar for the fifth annual Party at the Pier celebration.

Home Team wins big for PoCo family

When Louise Henwood was diagnosed with terminal cancer, her first thoughts were of her two children, Sam and Annie Bridge.

Taking it back

TransLink's refusal to build the Murray-Clarke Connector is just the latest episode in what Port Moody councillors are calling "decades" of neglect at the hands of the transit authority.