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Phone scam circulating in Port Moody

Police are warning residents about a telephone-based computer scam making the rounds in Port Moody that allows a fraudster to remotely access the information on your computer, extort money and commit identity fraud.

First Evergreen Line contracts awarded

The first construction contracts for the Evergreen Line were announced at a press conference in Port Moody this morning. Langley-based Pedre Contractors Ltd. will install new underground power lines in Port Moody and Coquitlam.

SD43 files suit over $100,000

School District 43 is accusing a former employee of fraud and has filed a lawsuit with the BC Supreme Court seeking damages.

Owner of Prairie Bench in Port Coquitlam not sitting down on the job

"Just follow the grain," artisan Brent Lewis says. The owner/operator of Prairie Bench is not speaking in the sense of conformity - the bohemian furniture pieces he constructs prove that's not the case.

TD offers helps for Tri-City investors at high-tech centre

TD Waterhouse today (Tuesday) announced the opening of its first Investor Centre in Coquitlam, conveniently co-located within the Coquitlam Town Centre TD Canada Trust branch at 1140 Johnson Street.

Saturday accident sends pedestrian to Royal Columbian Hospital

A pedestrian suffered serious injuries after a bizarre accident on Kingsway Avenue Saturday morning.

B.C. exams are on but teachers won't be marking them

Provincial exams are going ahead as usual this week in School District 43 despite the ongoing teacher's labour dispute.

BUDGET: How the departments stack up at Coquitlam city hall

CITY COUNCIL Total expenditures: $830,100 (corporate memberships, committee expenses, staff recognition, grants and contributions) Total revenues: nil CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE Total expenditures: $397,300 (96% labour) Total revenues: nil Overseeing an o

BUDGET: Optimism reigns at Coquitlam city hall

For the first time in half a decade, Coquitlam city managers this week spoke about the positive state of the public purse.

Riverview pilot for homeless will shut down

A pilot project at Riverview Hospital that filled a critical gap in serving the needs of the homeless will be shutting down in two months.
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