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Drumming to the beat of First Nations culture

They were told to embrace their ancient culture and honour their drums and then they beat those drums, rocking the halls of Riverside secondary school in Port Coquitlam with the force of thunder.

Breakfast Club comes to Coquitlam school

Children at a Coquitlam middle school will get access to a healthy breakfast every morning sponsored by the Breakfast Club of Canada.

New fire chief for Coquitlam

Coquitlam has a new fire chief. Wade Pierlot, Vancouver's deputy chief of emergency operations, will take over the reigns from Tony Delmonico on May 13.

Ka-ching! for Coquitlam

Gamblers at Coquitlam's Boulevard Casino contributed more than $1.8 million to city coffers in the first quarter of the year.

More trails coming for Coquitlam

Coquitlam has tweaked its decade-old Master Trail Plan (MTP) and will keep on track to add another 35 km of trails and multi-use pathways over the next 20 years.

Port Moody-Coquitlam Green Party candidate says people ready for change

Like daughter, like mother. Turning the axiom upside down is just the way it is in the Helps family and mom Billie isn't shy about crediting her daughter, Rebecca, for turning her on to the Green Party.

Port Moody-Coquitlam BC Liberal candidate has strong motivation

It's early on a rainy Friday morning and Linda Reimer is keeping her jacket on because of the cold.

Port Moody-Coquitlam BC NDP candidate Joe Trasolini wants another term

"Hello, hello!" Joe Trasolini picks up his cell phone mid-interview to take a call from a concerned voter. After promising to meet with the individual later, Trasolini turns back to the conversation. "You see?" he says almost gleefully.

Port Coquitlam gears up for May Day

The city of Port Coquitlam's 100th birthday will be the focus of this year's May Day celebration, which will run between May 3 and 12.

Wider scope for annual audit: Coquitlam board chair

School District 43 will be expanding the scope of its annual financial audit to ensure procedures are in place to avoid problems with budgeting in the future.