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A sweet boy's spiral, a mother's life lost

Last month, Blake Salemink was found not criminally responsible, by reason of mental disorder, of manslaughter in the death of his mother, Colette. She died in a fire he set in their Coquitlam home in April 2010.

Another MP for the Tri-Cities?

Tri-City voters could be sending three - not two - MPs to the House of Commons in the fall of 2015.

Witness testimony unreliable, says Plehanov lawyer

The defence attacked testimony given by children in the trial of Aleksandr Plehanov, a substitute teacher accused of sexually assaulting several students, as unreliable and inconsistent.

House arrest for Coquitlam man who participated in riot

A Coquitlam man will avoid jail time for his role in last year's Stanley Cup Riot in downtown Vancouver.

No Metro cash available for Fraser trail

A Metro Vancouver project aimed at reconnecting residents to the Fraser River - from Hope to the Salish Sea - got a lukewarm reception last month at Coquitlam city hall.

Businesses are all in the family

Families that open businesses together stay together. At least that appears to be the recipe for success for two Port Moody businesses owned by the father and daughter team of Glen and Ashley Braid.

Plehanov decision expected in the fall

A decision in the trial of Aleksandr Plehanov, a Coquitlam substitute teacher accused of sexually assaulting several students, will not be made until the fall.

UPDATED: Port Moody house set to move Friday midnight

Tonight at midnight, one of Port Moody's older and more distinguished homes will be moved to a new address and homeowners in the area may be affected.

MONEY TALK: Retirement planning for business owners

Baby boomers who own businesses may be considering retiring and if so what are the considerations? Whether you intend to sell the business to a third party, transfer it to family members, structure a management buy-out or wind it up, advance planning

Up close with human anatomy

A unique business in Coquitlam - the first of its kind in Canada - is giving chiropractors, nurses, kinesiologists and massage therapists a chance to brush up on their anatomy.
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