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Serious accident closes a portion of North Road in Coquitlam

The Coquitlam RCMP is advising the publicto take alternative routes after a serious collision closed down a portion of North Road.

PoCo 'sorry' for peat moss on homeless camp

Port Coquitlam bylaw manager Dan Scoones is apologizing after staff in his department dumped peat moss in an area where a homeless man was known to camp.

Lane closures begin Wednesday in Coquitlam at Guildford and Pinetree

If you drive on Guildford Way as part of your daily commute, get ready for delays for the rest of June.

Farnworth, Robinson make shadow cabinet

Aboriginal Relations: Doug Donaldson (Stikine) Advanced Education: David Eby (Vancouver-Point Grey) Agriculture: Nicholas Simons (Powell River-Sunshine Coast) Children and Family Development: Carole James (Victoria-Beacon Hill) Core Review, Gaming, L

No arrests yet in Coquitlam shooting

Police are still investigating a late-night shooting last Thursday believed to be related to drugs that left two people injured. Coquitlam RCMP Cpl. Jamie Chung said the victims are recovering and have been cooperating with the police investigation.

Saying 'yes' to that bride dress in Coquitlam

Saying "yes" to the dress a second time is the idea behind a party planned for Saturday night in a cul de sac on Westwood Plateau in Coquitlam.

Three drivers clocked at more than twice the limit

Three vehicles were impounded in less than 14 hours for excessive speeding, two of them happening less than 90 minutes apart.

Little coal controversy in Port Moody

As the controversy over a proposed coal terminal in Surrey rages on, Port Moody's Pacific Coast Terminals continues its coal-handling operations barely noticed.

Port Moody releases council, staff salaries

Port Moody council members earned slightly more in 2012 than they did the previous year. The 2012 statement of financial information shows Mayor Mike Clay earned $72,471, of which nearly $24,000 is a tax-free allowance.

Open house for new Anmore OCP

Tiny Anmore is expected to double its population over the next 25 years and is asking residents how it should handle the extra growth.