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Port Coquitlam ponders homeless shelter

A Port Coquitlam councillor said he is reticent to support a temporary homeless shelter at a local church without a firm commitment from the province to build a permanent facility in Coquitlam. Coun.

Target on its way to Coquitlam

Eighteen Target stores will open in B.C. in early 2013 when the U.S.-based retailer takes over former Zellers stores.

Grocery store could occupy site of former Port Coquitlam car dealership

A proposal to turn a former car dealership on Port Coquitlam's north side into a retail hub was met with approval from nearby residents during a public hearing Monday night.

Stolen shovels curb youth employment project

Youth in a Tri-Cities employment skills program had to scoop bark mulch with their hands for a community garden project they they are working on because thieves stole their shovels on the weekend.

Cheap seats on Tuesdays at Cineplex

Tuesday may become the movie night of choice after Cineplex Entertainment reduced ticket prices for the mid-week option. With the launch of Cineplex Tuesdays, guests will receive as much as a 40% discount on general admission Tuesday movie tickets.

Port Moody man facing charges in Stanley Cup riot

As the 2012 Stanley Cup series gets underway, police are still doling out charges related to the riot in Vancouver after last year's playoff final.

A dozen council members off to Saskatoon for conference

Twelve Tri-City politicians will be in Saskatoon on the taxpayers' dime for the 75th annual Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) conference, taking place June 1 to 4.

Port Moody police Twitter feed informative, entertaining

Dealing with rowdy parties and drunk people is a typical part of a Port Moody police officer's Saturday night shift, but thanks to social media the public can now follow along. Sgt.

More trees for Maillardville

Maillardville homeowners who want a bit more greenery close to their house can call the city to have a tree planted nearby.

Residents oppose Windsor Gate towers

Residents of a new housing development in Coquitlam came out by the dozens this week to stop plans for more towers in their area.