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Commission seeks input on redistribution

The Tri-Cities' growing population may mean a third MP could represent the region in three years.

Help get Marko back in goal

A trip to Thrifty Foods in Coquitlam next week could help put Marko Marconato back in the net, ready to stop the onslaught of peewee hockey pucks he'd like to see coming his way.

One arrested in Port Coquitlam pepper spray incident

One man is in custody after allegedly dousing three people with what is believed to be pepper spray Monday morning at the Waves Coffee House on Shaughnessy Street in Port Coquitlam. The incident took place shortly after 10 a.m.

Let the countdown begin

Port Moody kicked off its official centennial countdown at Tuesday evening's council meeting, which marked 99 years (close enough, anyway) since the city's first such meeting on April 7, 1913.

Celebrity look-a-likes model Coquitlam Centre fashions

Coquitlam Centre is bringing in celebrity look-a-likes and a social media campaign to amp up the spring shopping season. The fake famous faces will be togged out with fashions from stores who emulate their 'celeb' style.

Three missing hikers found

Three hikers missing on Eagle Mountain on the east side of Buntzen Lake Sunday night did not make things easier for the search crews attempting to locate them. The trio were able to contact police at around 6:30 p.m. after hiking all day.

Police seek missing Port Coquitlam man

The Coquitlam RCMP is seeking the public's assistance in locating Donald Smith, a 43-year-old Caucasian male who was last seen by his family on April 2.

Ipsos to survey on Coq. city services

Hundreds of Coquitlam residents will get a call from Ipsos Reid this and next week to gauge their views on the city.

Lougheed lane closure will last until August

One of the Lougheed Highway's westbound lanes between the Cape Horn Interchange and the Coleman Avenue on-ramp will be blocked off starting this month.

Tale of new alternate program brings SD43 trustees to tears

A Grade six student had School District 43 trustees in tears Tuesday as he recounted how a new alternative program changed his mind about school in two weeks.
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