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A new ed. app-roach?

By Diane Strandberg The Tri-City News Want to know how your kids are doing in school? There could be an app for that.

Olympic spin-offs here: report

While the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games brought more than $168 million in new business to Metro Vancouver communities such as Richmond, Surrey and Maple Ridge, Tri-City companies were left out in the cold during the initial investment bonanza.

Extra funding possible for Centennial's replacement

A $49-million replacement for Centennial secondary could house services for youth and immigrants under a new provincial program to make schools more accessible to the community.

Coquitlam council asks province for online vote

Security of online voting was the main concern for Coquitlam city council as it voted this week to ask the provincial government to look at putting a program in place within the next three years. On Monday, council voted 7-1 in favour of Coun.

Sailing to safety in PM

Since 1975, a humble gang of Port Moody boating enthusiasts have been the standard-bearers for on-the-water safety on Burrard Inlet.

Approvals put the 'green' in Evergreen

Another hurdle in the effort to bring rapid transit to the Tri-Cities was jumped last week when the province announced the Evergreen Line has received the necessary environmental approvals. The $1.

Add human rights to your shopping list at Coquitlam Centre

You can combine shopping with human rights at Coquitlam Centre on Friday.

Canada Games, skating part of PoCo celebration

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games may have come and gone a year ago but that won't stop Port Coquitlam residents and city officials from reliving the excitement during Spirit Week celebrations this month.

More building, complaints

Nearly twice as many homes as previously planned will be built on a key property at a Burke Mountain junction and one Coquitlam councillor says that decision has some neighbours angry. Coun.

Eating disorders can be deadly

It's a little-known fact that eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia are the deadliest mental illnesses in Canada, with anorexia killing 10% of sufferers within 10 years of its onset.