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'I was going to initiate CPR... It was too late'

A witness testifying in the hit-and-run trial of Cory Sater described a chaotic scene in the moments after the collision that killed two people and left a third seriously injured.

MONEY TALK: Tips on purchasing GICs

As a fixed-income investor, you may be faced with the dilemma of seeking growth in a low interest rate environment without losing the principal protection that fixed-income investments can provide.

Port Moody Police search for suspects

High-rise suite owners in three Port Moody buildings are being warned after a number of break-ins where a large quantity of mail was stolen. Between 1 and 4 a.m. on Oct. 4, two suspects gained entrance to buildings at 290 Newport Dr.

Cutting the grass, BC Housing says, shows it means business about Riverview's future

The grounds at Riverview Hospital are now being kept up as a goodwill gesture by the government agency tasked to look at the future of the Coquitlam institution.

Port Moody man arrested after allegedly threatening bus driver

A 22-year-old Port Moody man found with a concealed knife was arrested after allegedly threatening a Coast Mountain Bus driver Oct. 7. Port Moody Police said shortly after 5 p.m.

Amanda Todd legacy - one year after her death

A year after her daughter died, Carol Todd is still dealing with the issues that Amanda Todd's death raised and hoping to be a powerful agent of change.

What's love got to do with it?

Navigating the complexities and emotional turmoil of divorce is difficult enough but many adults don't know their rights or about alternatives to the court system for sorting out parenting and other issues arising from a relationship break-up.

UPDATED: Local teen reported missing now found

UPDATED: Coquitlam RCMP said this morning (Oct. 9) that the 13-year-old reported missing Monday has been located safe and sound.

Men walked into ERH with serious burns

A pair of Coquitlam men Vancouver Police Department has called persons of interest remain in Eagle Ridge Hospital suffering from burns to their upper body, arms, hands, head and face.

City gets biz honour as it also receives biz criticism

Coquitlam's mayor said the city has "a lot of work to do" to make the municipality more business-friendly. Mayor Richard Stewart made the comment after B.C.'s minister of tourism and small business presented council with an Open for Business award.