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More Tri-City residents charged in Stanley Cup Riot

As the Vancouver Canucks begin their post-season run police across the Lower Mainland are still dealing with the aftermath of last year's Stanley Cup Riot. Two young offenders from Coquitlam are the latest to have charges approved against them.

SD43 eyes cash back for carbon offsets

Thousands of dollars School District 43 pays in carbon offsets for its energy and paper use could be coming back for energy conservation projects. But it's not known yet how much money will be reimbursed and what the funds would be used for.

UPDATED: More timely education funding needed, says SD43

School District 43 will have more money to spend on vulnerable children and address class size and composition issues next school year.

MONEY TALK: Tax planning for corporations

Though most owners of a small business know the details of their operation inside and out, backwards and forwards, not all of them are aware of the tax, retirement and estate planning strategies available to them.

BYELECTION12: Joe Trasolini - B.C. NDP

Joe Trasolini seems to have everything going for him in the countdown toward the April 19 byelection, in which he's hoping to claim the MLA post for the NDP.

Trash dumping makes mess in Coquitlam

Coquitlam city employees were cleaning up trash on Tuesday after residents dumped piles of garbage at the gates of the Town Centre recycling facility over the Easter long weekend.

BYELECTION12: Dennis Marsden - B.C. Liberal

It might have been as easy as scoring on an empty net when Dennis Marsden launched his bid for the job of MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam.

Meet the Port Moody-Coquitlam byelection candidates

Voters in Port Moody-Coquitlam have at least three chances to hear the provincial candidates speak before heading to the polls on April 19: TONIGHT (Wednesday): The Tri-Cities' Chamber of Commerce will host an all-candidates' meeting on Wednesday, Ap

Public input sought for Maple Creek plan

Tri-City residents and businesses are invited to comment on the future of Maple Creek at an upcoming open house this month.

Commission seeks input on redistribution

The Tri-Cities' growing population may mean a third MP could represent the region in three years.