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Mint Hair Lounge in PoMo to collect coats for needy

The weather might be warm now but it won't be long before the rains and cool temperatures return and one local business owner is thinking ahead.

Orphaned cubs at Critter Care

Three orphaned bear cubs captured after their mother was shot for attacking an Anmore man Monday are in isolation in a wildlife rehabilitation centre in Langley.

TAG team is taking on graffiti in PoCo

A neighbourhood eyesore is getting a clean-up thanks to the efforts of some Port Coquitlam teens.

High net-worth investors prefer fee-based accounts

Investors have a variety of options regarding fee structure. One of the most popular is the fee-based pricing model. Investors in fee-based accounts pay a set percentage generally based on the size of the account.

Extension must be built, says Stewart

TransLink's decision to shelve plans for a United Boulevard Extension (UBE) connecting Coquitlam with New Westminster has not deterred Richard Stewart.

Stanley Cup coming

The Stanley Cup is coming to the hockey hotbed of...

Casino hotel in the works

Coquitlam residents can get their first look later this month at plans for a hotel next to the Boulevard Casino. Great Canadian Gaming Corp.

Hug a farmer, says market association

Local farmers got a little extra TLC last week as the sun came out along with shoppers at the Port Coquitlam Farmers Market Thursday as part of a B.C.-wide celebration of Farmers Appreciation Week.

Amenities coming to industrial area

Restaurants, gas stations and convenience stores could become more common along United Boulevard.
8,400 dump truck trips

8,400 dump truck trips

About 8,400 dump trucks loaded with soil will drive up Coast Meridian Road in Port Coquitlam over the next year or so to fill in three properties near DeBoville Slough.
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