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Weekly green bin pickup starts in PoCo

With gardening season - and maybe warmer weather - here, Port Coquitlam residents will be able to bring their green waste bins to the curb every week for collection starting May 17.

Fisheries signs off on Burke watershed plan

A $30-million plan for watershed upgrades in the biggest and busiest neighbourhood on Burke Mountain last week got the signature the city of Coquitlam needed to move on.

UPDATED: 48 hours of violence

Police have released the name of a suspect and some frightening details about a string of violent robberies targeting women in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and across Metro Vancouver last week.

Heritage home to be saved

One of the oldest homes in Coquitlam built by French-Canadian pioneers is about to be saved thanks to a hometown developer. This week, Coquitlam resident Harry Parmar of Haraman Development Inc.

RCMP call off search

The RCMP have called off their search for a Coquitlam man who disappeared in the wilderness above North Vancouver nearly two weeks ago.

Tower hearing soon

A 24-storey tower that would be the gateway building for a revitalized Austin Heights neighbourhood in Coquitlam is expected to go to public hearing this month.

10 years & millions later, citysoup is stale

Before Google became a household verb and Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook, there was citysoup.ca, a social networking and e-business site linking Tri-City schools, community groups, businesses and government agencies.

Protective gander rules the roost on Milford

Milford Avenue used to be a quiet cul-de-sac where residents could walk, with dogs and toddlers in tow, down to the lapping shoreline of Como Lake. But ever since the new neighbours moved in, things have run a-fowl. Children run home crying.

Name of suspect released, 11 charges pending in string of violent attacks on women

Police have released the name of a suspect and some frightening details about a string of violent robberies targeting women in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and across Metro Vancouver last week.

Port Coquitlam women drop drawers for a good cause

A group of 28 women who frequent Curves on McAllister Avenue in Port Coquitlam are producing a theme calendar with nude photos of themselves with sale proceeds to go to Tri-City Transitions and a social development program for girls run by the Learni
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