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In Moody, they're in agreement

Port Moody voters have their work cut out for them in choosing between candidates in the Nov. 19 election judging by the similarity of issues and approaches offered by those vying for a spot on city council.

Swim club wants new pool but PoCo says there's no $$$

Port Coquitlam's aging Centennial Pool is in desperate need of an upgrade and the PoCo Marlins have several ideas for what a new facility should look like.

CUPE backing 24 on Nov. 19

The union representing city and school board staff in the Tri-Cities is endorsing 24 candidates running for office in the Nov. 19 civic elections.

'I want to empower you'

Robbie Waisman had plenty of stories to tell about death and atrocities. But what he wanted to talk about most was love.

Woman killed in 'horrific' traffic incident

A 50-year-old Coquitlam woman was killed on Highway 1 Thursday afternoon after she exited her vehicle on the west end of the Port Mann Bridge and was struck by a tractor trailer.

Several opportunities to vote early in civic elections

Tri-City voters wanting to cast their ballots early for the Nov. 19 municipal elections can head to the first of the advance polls next Wednesday.

Metro's pumpkin tips

Metro Vancouver wants Lower Mainland residents to not put their Halloween pumpkins out with the trash, where they'll generate methane, a greenhouse gas.

Reward increased for info leading to missing man

The family of a missing elderly man who disappeared from a Port Coquitlam neighbourhood more than a month ago has increased the reward offered to anyone who provides information leading to his whereabouts.

Signs are regulated

Tri-City civic governments are strengthening rules regulating campaign signs in advance of the Nov. 19 municipal elections.

Hear the candidates live

A number of Tri-City community groups have already organized all-candidates meetings so area residents can hear directly from candidates running for mayor, council and school board in the Nov. 19 civic elections, including: COQUITLAM TONIGHT - Nov.