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Golden Spike pays off city loan

A back-to-basics Golden Spike Days enabled the society that runs the annual summer fair at Rocky Point Park to repay its $14,000 debt to the city of Port Moody.

Parklane plan gets approval

The creation of 26 single-family lots on Heritage Mountain that's considered a neighbourhood blight by some and a model of suburban planning by others was approved by Port Moody council following a public hearing Tuesday.

Fright night in the Tri-Cities

Several haunted houses and graveyards have been set up at homes across the Tri-Cities this Halloween and guests are welcome to participate - and donate. The addresses include: 2980 Cape Crt., Coquitlam (across the street from Ranch Park elementary.

Union: violence on the rise at forensic hospital

Violent incidents are on the rise at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Coquitlam and the union representing staff members said more needs to be done to protect them.

Nominees picked for biz awards

More than two dozen local businesses and community leaders have been nominated for the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce's annual Business Excellence Awards.

Temporary shelters to open again on Tuesday

Coquitlam Alliance Church will open its doors to shelter homeless people beginning Nov. 1 but how many of those people will show up is unknown due to declining rates of homelessness in the Tri-Cities.

VOTE SMART: All-candidates meetings kick off Tuesday

A number of Tri-City community groups have already organized all-candidates meetings so area residents can hear directly from candidates running for mayor, council and school board in the Nov. 19 civic elections, including: COQUITLAM Nov.

Different fireworks rules

Residents in Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam who want to take part in a firework display this Halloween might want to invite themselves over to a friend's place in Port Moody.

Casino hotel gets go-ahead

High rollers and theatre goers will soon have a place to stay when they visit the Boulevard Casino in Coquitlam.

Enforcement efforts decrease fatalities

Coquitlam RCMP is crediting increased traffic enforcement for a significant decrease in fatalities and injuries in the detachment's patrol area.
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