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Low ridership blamed for bus route changes

The closure of Riverview Hospital has meant route changes for one Port Coquitlam bus. The 177 Coquitlam Station to Braid Station bus has been discontinued due to low ridership, according to TransLink, which beginning Sept.

Police seek missing teen

Coquitlam RCMP is asking for the public's help to find a 16-year-old teen who disappeared from his home on Thursday. Nikki Charles Thomas-Defresne is described as First Nations, 5'11" tall with an athletic build and has short, black hair.

Nominate for Business Excellence Awards

They can be the unsung heroes of a local marketplace or the community and it's time to put them in the spotlight.

Eradicating Giant Hogweed a top priority

Some nasty invasive species have made their homes in the Lower Mainland, but Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam think they have got a handle on one of the worst of them - Giant Hogweed.

Mary Hill onramp to freeway now open

Traffic was moving freely westbound on the Mary Hill bypass Thursday morning as drivers negotiated a new overpass onto HIghway 1.

Digging worries Kwikwetlem First Nation

Kwikwetlem First Nation is concerned that excavation of a channel between reserve land and Colony Farm Regional Park is putting fish habitat, the dike and, possibly, two archeological sites at risk.

Business of ice cream heating up in Port Moody

Nobody calls him Mr. Rocky Point Park, apparently, but Jamie Cuthbert has been around the iconic Port Moody waterfront park a long time. He went to day care there, and worked at Pajos as a teen.

Oil pipeline rupture by quake remains a worry

Kinder Morgan is expected to carry out more research on the potential seismic risk of a quake rupturing its Trans Mountain pipeline and spilling oil into Burrard Inlet.

Tri-City ridings rejigged for next federal election

Tri-City voters will send two MPs to Ottawa in the next federal election - not three, as previously proposed by an independent panel tasked to redraw the electoral maps. This week, the B.C.

Port Moody's Venegas, 7, takes PNE Star Showdown

The world of a seven-year-old Port Moody boy shone a little brighter today (Wednesday) after he clinched the PNE Star Showdown title.
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