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Missing Riverview patient found

A man who earlier this week walked away from an independent boarding house located on the Riverview Hospital grounds has been found. Cao Phan, a 49-year-old who suffers from a mental illness requiring him to take medication, was last seen on Sept.

More city land to be sold

Coquitlam is poised to put another piece of city land on the market. On Monday, council gave first reading to rezone 1188 Pinetree Way for a higher-density use. The 0.

'Each stop is amazing': Lee

Black Press journalist Mario Bartel rode with the Cops for Cancer Tour de Coast on Wednesday and filed this report... In cycling jargon, Greg Gunson is a Clydesdale.

Wire woes in PoCo

A Port Coquitlam business is under siege from copper thieves who routinely break in to its work yard, costing the family run operation more than $40,000 in damage and stolen property.

Local LePore was a lifesaver

A longtime Maillardville resident was awarded a Governor General's certificate of commendation this week.

Candidates announce in Coq., PoCo

COQUITLAM A captain with Burnaby Fire Department is seeking a seat on Coquitlam city council. Randy Delmonico announced Wednesday he plans to run in the November civic election.

Teachers still talking

With a public school teachers' contract settlement still expected to be a long way off, new routines are being established and Tri-City schools are finding ways to cope with the first phase of job action.

Cash for prevention?

A large, forested park on Coquitlam's Westwood Plateau that's close to hundreds of homes may get pruned soon to stop wildfires from spreading.

Triumph Taekwon-Do in Port Coquitlam hosts open house Saturday

Triumph Taekwon-Do, a unique mind/body fitness facility in Port Coquitlam, is celebrating its 6th Anniversary with an open house this Saturday, Sept. 24. Events will take place between 11 a.m. and 3 .m.

Good moves in federal crime plans

The executive director of the Children of the Street Society is lauding many of the changes proposed in the Conservative federal government's new Safe Streets and Communities Act.
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