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Who's who in the principal's office in Coquitlam school district

Cost-cutting, retirements and other administrative moves at School District 43 have resulted in some changes in school administration, including the trimming of two vice-principal positions.

Coquitlam hosts "garbage" workshops

Confused about the new garbage collection in Coquitlam? The city will host two information sessions this and next week to help residents who get the curbside pick-up for trash and green waste.

"Spa" tub makes hospital stay easier for stroke patients

Bathing and showering just got easier for stroke patients and others being treated in Eagle Ridge Hospital's rehabilitation ward.

Port Moody reopens Westhill sports box

A multi-sport box in Port Moody that was under repairs for seven months reopened Saturday. The upgrade to the 37-year-old Westhill Sports Box in the College Park neighbourhood cost $1.

Fire danger is now "high" in the Tri-Cities

The scorching heat has prompted Tri-City fire departments to raise their fire danger rating to high.

District energy to be plugged in at Coquitlam city hall

The City Centre precinct in Coquitlam - also known as "Four Corners" - will see more than just Evergreen Line construction over the next few months.

Saved Coquitlam turtle may help save the species

An endangered western painted turtle that was found last week in Mundy Park with a fishing hook embedded in its mouth is healing under the care of the Wildlife Rescue Association of BC and has an adventure ahead.

UPDATED: Kwikwetlem statement no surprise

The long-running drama that is the Riverview lands and its future just entered another chapter with an announcement from the Kwikwetlem First Nation that it intends to claim ownership and lead development of the 244-acre property.

Full house for Mossom fundraiser in Port Moody

The Burrard Inlet Marine Enchancement Society is a step closer to rebuilding its hatchery at Mossom Creek after raising funds at a special event in Port Moody on Sunday.

Coquitlam industrial property owners invited to participate in city review

The city of Coquitlam is seeking input from industrial and commercial property owners as part of its review and consolidation of its industrial zones.