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PoMo will vote on hall on April 16

It's official: Port Moody residents will go to the polls to tell the city whether they want it to borrow up to $16 million to build a new fire hall. The vote will be held on Saturday, April 16.

Kids, sign up for cop class

High school students wondering what it is like to wield a baton and handcuffs will get the opportunity at the 2011 Introduction to Policing class put on by Coquitlam RCMP.

Port Moody says no to growth plan

Port Moody city council voted Tuesday to reject Metro Vancouver's Regional Growth Strategy, a 30-year infrastructure plan set out to deal with the 1.2 million new residents expected in Metro Vancouver by 2040.

Schools need $ for 'net

School District 43's internet system is choking on its own success and will need an infusion of cash to let information flow smoothly again.

Vandals costing SD43 thousands of dollars

School District 43 officials are keeping their fingers crossed that a recent spate of vandalism at local schools isn't the start of a bad trend.

Students band together in fight against broken windows, graffiti

Minnekhada middle may not have the best looking school building in the district but its principal, staff and students are tired of it being targeted by vandals.

Memorials this weekend for two women killed in alleged hit-and-run

This weekend, families and friends will celebrate the lives and mourn the deaths of two women killed by a hit-and-run driver last week in Coquitlam.

Prolific offender nabbed in Coq.

A man police believe used a fake name to register a vehicle is in custody facing a litany of charges, according to Coquitlam RCMP.

Signature scrutinized at former mayor's trial

Jon Kingsbury's signature came under intense scrutiny in New Westminster Supreme Court last Friday, when the trial of the former Coquitlam mayor on four counts involving the alleged theft of a trailer wrapped up.

Re-invest dividends and boost capital gains

By Colin MacAskill Dividends are quarterly payouts from a company to its shareholders. And today's healthy dividend yields are eclipsing those of money market funds and the bond market. Their advantages are numerous and they carry great potential.
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