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VOTE SMART: Port Moody mayoral video - Kickbush

Port Moody mayoral candidate Katie Kickbush speaks to the voters.

VOTE SMART: Port Coquitlam mayoral video - Issa

Port Coquitlam mayoral candidate William Issa speaks to the voters.

Bus stop upgrades in PoCo

Efforts to make bus travel easier for people with mobility issues are underway in Port Coquitlam but will likely take more than five years to complete.

Braidwood bail hearing next week

A former Canadian Football League player arrested on weapons charges in Port Coquitlam last month will seek bail at a hearing next week. Adam Braidwood has been in custody since Sept.

VOTE SMART: Mark your calendars and check out all the civic candidates

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.

Park stewards cry fowl over helicopter seeding

A B.C. Ministry of Transportation decision to use helicopters to spray grass seed and fertilizer on grasslands populated by migrating birds at Colony Farm Regional Park this week had local naturalists and park stewards crying fowl.

Testing done at Noons Creek

Brilliant green and red, non-toxic dye was poured into Noons Creek earlier this week in order to find cracks in the sanitary system and determine the course of the stream's water flow.

Proposed compost operation is slated for PoCo

Plans for a large-scale composting facility are being considered by the city of Port Coquitlam and could save on trucking costs for Tri-City municipalities with kitchen and green waste pickup programs.

Two candidates don't live in city where they're running

Mayoral, council and school board candidates in the Tri-Cities are gearing up their campaigns, putting the final touch on brochures and websites, and knocking on doors.

Time to consider growing again, says PM's Trasolini

Outgoing Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini is hoping to leave office with the Evergreen Line on track and a commitment to review the city's development future.
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