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PM Police charged at by man with hammer

A Vancouver man is facing several charges after allegedly threatening his mother and Port Moody Police officers, one of whom was close to firing his Taser at the suspect. Shortly before 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan.

High school students can follow RCMP steps

Students in Grades 11 and 12 can sign up for a series of training sessions that will give them a glimpse into the life of an RCMP officer.

No flu shot? Wear a mask

Anyone who hasn't received a flu shot will now be required to wear a mask when visiting residential care or assisted living facilities within the Fraser Health Authority. Fraser Health's chief medical health officer, Dr.

Coquitlam school district updates tech use policy

School District 43 won't be tweeting its proposed new digital responsibility policy for students and employees, at least not word for word.

Big changes coming for Moody Centre

Moody Centre residents who want to know more about the potential changes to their neighbourhood can attend a meeting Thursday on the city's draft official community plan update.

Coquitlam school district eyes $7.5 million deficit

Tuesday night's board of education meeting in Coquitlam was a sombre one as Superintendent Tom Grant itemized $5 million worth of cuts to supply and other budgets for schools to curb a deficit that has swelled to $7.5 million.

New faces on Port Coquitlam committees

There will be some new faces chairing Port Coquitlam city committees this year after council confirmed appointments at its meeting Monday.

Pickton siblings drop lawsuit

The siblings of Port Coquitlam serial killer Robert Pickton have dropped their lawsuit against the federal and provincial governments for damage they said was to their property during the RCMP's search for missing women.

Port Moody Police find the beef

Port Moody Police discovered a potentially smelly surprise when they were called to a report of an abandoned suitcase outside an apartment block at 2010 St. Johns St. on Sunday night.

Tougher erosion control measures coming for Burke Mountain

Coquitlam should have updated its erosion control measures years ago to keep pace with best practices, concludes a consultant's report critical of the city's handling of development on Burke Mountain.
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