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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.

Fireworks fizzle first, then flash

Coquitlam Mounties have launched a criminal investigation after some Canada Day party-goers breached a security fence to see the fireworks display, prompting officials to postpone the pyrotechnics until the next night. On Tuesday, RCMP Cpl.

Teaching style key: Crown

Aleksandr Plehanov, a former substitute teacher accused of sexually assaulting several Tri-City elementary school students, carried on his behaviour despite an investigation and warnings from district administrators about inappropriate touching.

Fireworks rescheduled to Monday

A breach in security at last night's Canada Day fireworks show has prompted the city and the company putting on the light display to reschedule the event to tonight (Monday).

What's your Canadian IQ?

How does a bill become law in Canada and what is a constitutional monarchy? Ask your friends these questions on Canada Day and see what kind of answers you get.

Value Village opens new Coquitlam store on July 5

Value Village is having a grand opening for its third Coquitlam store on Thursday, July 5. It's the Bellevue, Washington-based thrift store chain's 21st store in British Columbia. The ribbon cutting is set for 8:45 a.m. at 1301 United Blvd.

Port Coquitlam art plan gets approved

A public art policy that will encourage creativity and artistic elements when the city of Port Coquitlam makes development decisions was approved Monday by council.

River levels in the Tri-Cities expected to recede

Flooding concerns in the Lower Mainland have abated and river levels in the Tri-Cities are expected to recede in the coming days, according to the provincial director of emergency management.

Coquitlam RCMP: Be safe on the water this weekend

Tri-City residents who wonder into the backcountry recreational areas may be far from the city, but that does not mean they will not be under the watchful eye of police.

Another step in creation of Coquitlam homeless shelter

The organization overseeing the construction of a homeless shelter and transitional housing facility in the Coquitlam has begun the process of selecting an architect.
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