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Two indecent exposure incidents at Centennial prompt warning from police

Two separate incidents of a man exposing himself to Centennial secondary students in the last two months have prompted a warning from local Mounties. According to a press release from Coquitlam RCMP, the first incident occurred on Sept.

A temporary shelter possible in Port Coquitlam

A temporary homeless shelter could be coming back to Grace Church in Port Coquitlam but would only operate for a month under strict conditions, according to a city staff report.

'Geek culture is cool' and biz is hot 20 years later for Hourglass

W hen Simon Chadwick told his parents he was dropping out of engineering school to open up a comic book shop, they figured it wouldn't be long before he returned to BCIT. That was in 1993.

Share seeks support for holiday giving programs

Share Family and Community Services is launching its holiday campaign. Here are some details about how to get involved, support or benefit from holiday giving this year. More information is available here .

Christmas fundraising drive begins

Share Family and Community Services has launched its holiday fundraising drive in the hopes of ensuring that no one goes hungry and every child gets a gift no matter what their family's circumstances might be.

Uncertainty in Coquitlam district quarterly report

School District 43's first quarterly financial report of the school year was presented with more questions than answers at Tuesday's school board meeting.

Gas leak at Poirier Street in Coquitlam

A gas leak has closed a stretch of Poirier Street in Coquitlam and afternoon commuters are being asked to avoid the area if they can.

Cops empty handed after chase

Port Moody police are searching for the driver of a van that crashed into a home in the 2200-block of St. George Street last Thursday. Officers first noticed the van because its temporary use permit was obstructed from view.

Poppy drive underway

Marco Sebastiani, assistant manager of the Rona store in Coquitlam, gets a poppy from Lorretta Rodrigues, the chairperson of the poppy drive for the Port Moody Legion, Branch 119, which covers the north part of the city.

Fish wrestling in Port Coquitlam for fun and to protect salmon stock

Every Saturday in November, an autumn ritual will take place in a rushing creek next to Coast Meridian Road in Port Coquitlam.