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Coquitlam man missing

Coquitlam RCMP are asking for information on a missing man who didn't turn up for Christmas as promised. Joseph Harold Dumont, 45, spoke to his mother in Quebec in December with plans to fly home for the holidays.

Port Moody fitness moms are raising funds for Eagle Ridge

Krista Langtry and Melanie Montgomery, two local entrepreneur moms who run the brand new Younique fitness studio on Clarke Street in Port Moody will be 'GROOVIN 4 W2H' on Friday, Feb. 17 at 6.30 p.m.

BC Tory leader presses premier to call Port Moody-Coquitlam byelection

The leader of BC's Conservatives pressed the premier this week to call a byelection in Port Moody-Coquitlam.

Talk to kids about dangers of drug use, say Coquitlam police

Police and social workers in the Tri-Cities are encouraging adults to talk to their kids about drugs in light of several recent deaths in B.C. associated to a bad batch of ecstasy.

UPDATED: Port Mann gantry out of service for at least two weeks

A gantry that malfunctioned last Friday, sending a 90-tonne slab of concrete into the Fraser River, will be out of commission for at least a week.

Coquitlam moving company gets tips and Grey Cup visit

A Coquitlam business got a lesson in teamwork and leadership from someone with experience - Geroy Simon. The receiver who plays for the Grey Cup-winning BC Lions visited Williams Moving & Storage to give a motivational speech to the staff.

Arrest made in Coquitlam iPhone theft

A 21-year-old Port Moody man is facing charges for allegedly stealing an iPhone last fall from someone outside the McDonald's on North Road in Coquitlam . The victim was entering the restaurant at around 4 a.m. on Sept.

Port Coquitlam looks at averaging out business tax rates

The city of Port Coquitlam is exploring ways of levelling out business property tax increases in an effort to avoid large fluctuations in rates associated to changes in assessed land value.

Prepare for utility bills this month

Homeowners in Port Coquitlam will get their utility bills in the mail next week. The city will send out the notices next Wednesday that will show a $19 increase in water fees, to $387, and another $9 for sewage, to $289.

Renovation to Port Coquitlam hotel nearly complete

The PoCo Inn and Suites is finishing a $2 million make-over to modernize and urbanize the Port Coquitlam hotel at 1545 Lougheed Highway.