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Community shuttles pulled off the road in Tri-Cities

TransLink has taken more than a dozen recently-commissioned community shuttles off the road in the Tri-Cities after a smell emanating from the engine is believed to have made several drivers sick.

Planning ahead: critical injury insurance

What if you or someone in your family becomes critically ill? Being diagnosed with a serious illness isn't something any of us want to think about. But, it could happenand it does happen.

These Coquitlam quintuplets are hungry

Burnaby wildlife workers have plenty of newborn mouths to feed after a family of woodpecker nestlings was rescued from a Coquitlam apartment building last week.

Outstanding renovations on parade on Sunday

Greater Vancouver Home Builders' Association (GVHBA) invites the public to tour 11 professionally renovated homes located across Metro Vancouver this Sunday, June 9 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

More transparency at Coquitlam school district promised

The board of education has formally approved a forensic and procedural audit of School District 43's accounting and budget procedures, appointing KPMG to do the job.

No byelection for Coquitlam?

Two Coquitlam city councillors will be sworn in as MLAs next week. But it's unclear if their departures will mean municipal voters will head to the polls in the fall to fill their seats for the rest of the term.

Sports leaders to have a say in new indoor court

Coquitlam sports groups and teams are being asked for their input to design a new indoor sports court that - if approved by city council - could be up as early as 2015. Coun.

Grandinetti moves on, King steps in as CTA president

The new president of the Coquitlam Teachers' Association is Charley King, replacing Teresa Grandinetti, who remains past-president and newly-elected member at large to the BC Teachers' Federation.

Coquitlam students to tackle issues surrounding addiction

A Coquitlam educator has received approval to teach high school students a course on understanding addiction.

UPDATED: Selina Robinson wins MLA seat

A Coquitlam city councillor is the new MLA for Coquitlam-Maillardville. Today (Wednesday), following a judicial recount, Elections BC announced NDP candidate Coun.