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Less trash, some complaints with new Coquitlam collection service

Coquitlam homeowners who get their garbage picked up by the city are now putting less trash in the landfill.

Parking problems at Poirier in Coquitlam during construction

Construction on new public facilities on Poirier Street in Coquitlam is causing parking headaches for some. But a city recreation manager says people need to be patient a few more weeks. With a new $47.

ELECTION: Both Royers running for Port Moody council seats

Port Moody council could become a family affair now that Zoe Royer has announced her intention to run for re-election on Nov. 15.

Coquitlam councillors have coal concerns

The city of Coquitlam will join New Westminster in voicing concerns over the process that led to the approval of the Fraser Surrey Docks Direct Transfer Coal Facility Project.

ELECTION 2014: Gerry Nuttall plans to run in Port Moody election

Gerry Nuttall will again run for a seat at the Port Moody council table. Nuttall has been a councillor for nine years, having first been elected in 2002 and again in 2008.

ELECTION 2014: Holly Butterfield to run for school trustee

Veteran school trustee Holly Butterfield is launching her campaign for school trustee in Anmore/Belcarra saying she has the experience to work in an increasingly complicated educational environment.

Surrey pair arrested after Port Moody break-in

Two Surrey residents are facing multiple charges after a break-in that started in a Port Moody garage. At about 12:30 a.m. Monday a McNair Bay homeowner in PoMo's Sunnyside neighbourhood called police after finding two women in his garage.

Province wants strike savings back, SD43 not ready to comment

The B.C. government is asking all school districts - including cash-strapped School District 43 - to return money saved in wages, travel, supplies and other expenditures during the 14-day strike.

Information session will outline future of Coquitlam's Rochester Park

Coquitlam residents will get an opportunity to learn more about the city's plans for Rochester Park at an information session on Thursday.

Landmarks to Light up Purple for World Mental Health Day

More than 40 landmarks across Canada will be lit up with purple lights across on Oct. 10, World Mental Health Day, including a few in the Tri-Cities. And Carol Todd would like to see many more.
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