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Gas lines ruptured in PoCo and PoMo

A pair of gas line ruptures kept Fortis BC crews busy Thursday.

Coquitlam store, community pitch in for suppllies

Remember the smell of a new notebook or how excited you were to get a new box of paints when you were a child? That same excitement will be felt across the Tri-Cities as some of the community's neediest kids get help with school supplies.

Battling hunger in Coquitlam school district

More than 1,000 school kids may be going hungry in School District 43 and breakfast and school lunch programs may not be enough to support some of the neediest students.

PoMo OCP draft at council Tuesday

The main planning document for the city of Port Moody is coming back before council Tuesday night. And residents will get another chance to have their say later this month.

SAR testing drones Saturday

Coquitlam Search and Rescue is hoping to get a few more eyes in the sky. The local volunteer organization is exploring using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) in some of its incidents and will be putting the technology to the test Saturday.

Join PMPD's email list

Port Moody residents are invited to join the local police department's email group. Each week the PMPD's community relations officer sends out emails to the group talking about crime trends, recent activities, statistics and crime prevention tips.

Direct connections at Cape Horn

After four years of construction, work crews are putting the final touches on the new Cape Horn interchange.

Coquitlam last hope for homeless shelter by winter

Rob Thiessen is hoping the city of Coquitlam will come to the aid of the region's homeless before the cold, wet weather sets in this fall.

Dealing with the reality of cars and traffic in Port Moody

As people head back to work after a summer of no school and vacationing, Port Moody is wrestling with its usual daily grid-lock. It seems a transportation future where fewer people drive cars is a long way away.

Burke Mountain Naturalists bring pipeline debate to Tri-Cities

The Burke Mountain Naturalists are taking a stand against pipeline expansion in B.C. and hope a film and discussion later this month will bring others to their side.
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