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Good Samaritans rescue motorist

A Langley mother of three is alive thanks to the quick actions of four Good Samaritans after suffering a major heart attack and crash on Highway 1 in Coquitlam. Shortly before 9 a.m.

Coquitlam RCMP seek witness in assault case

The Coquitlam RCMP are seeking a Good Samaritan who assisted a woman after she was sexually assaulted and believe he may be a valuable witness in their case. On April 3, 2011, a woman was assaulted at a residence in the Burquitlam area.

Window dedicated for Ioco on Sunday

A Port Moody heritage site has a new window to the world thanks to a local stained-glass artist and a Port Moody parishioner who commissioned the art to remember her late husband and son.

Trial set for 2012 in freeway tragedy

The trial of a man charged in an accident on Highway 1 that killed two children and paralyzed another has been set for next year.

Cash award for officer injured in crash

An RCMP officer who was injured in the line of duty when his motorcycle was struck by a truck during a call in Coquitlam has been awarded close to half a million dollars in damages. The plaintiff, who is referred to as Mr.

Farnworth's leadership bid cost $114k

Port Coquitlam MLA Mike Farnworth raised $114,500 in his bid for the top job of the BC NDP.

Family steps up to help others in crisis

On the morning after his wife was struck and killed by an alleged hit-and-run driver, Dan Reaveley was left with four young kids and a burning question: "What's next?" Kaeden, 11, Rebecca, seven, Alicia, four, and two-year-old Tristan would need grie

City gets ready to sell 30 acres on Burke Mountain

A large swath of land in an undeveloped part of northeast Coquitlam could look dramatically different in the coming year as the city prepares to sell off more than 30 acres.

One admits to rioting

A Coquitlam resident is one of 37 people that turned themselves in to police following the Stanley Cup riot in downtown Vancouver last month.

Council wants washrooms at Evergreen Line stations

Washrooms on the new Evergreen Line should be open to all riders, at any time.
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