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'Nobody wants to see them suffer'

Until last Friday, Robert Belyk did not consider himself an animal rights activist. That changed when a wounded skunk, caught in a leg-hold trap, wandered into the backyard of his Port Coquitlam home, writhing in pain.

Name no game for Port Moody stations

What's in a name - a lot, apparently, when it comes to naming stations for the new Burnaby to Coquitlam Evergreen Line .

Bruins busy eating berries in Coquitlam

Bruins are sticking to berries rather than sifting through garbage to feed their voracious appetites. As a result, the summer bear season has been unusually quiet, say local animal control officers.

New life for injured Port Moody goose

A mother goose with a hole in her neck is healing after surgery thanks to the efforts of the Wildlife Rescue Association of B.C. and the Port Moody family who rescued her.

PoMo aims for rec centre roof grant

The city of Port Moody will apply for a grant to help pay for a new roof on the recreation complex.

Coffee culture coming to Burke Mountain neighbourhood

A neighbourhood mall is soon to rise at the corner of Coast Meridian and David Avenue in Coquitlam, providing a place for Burke Mountain residents to go to get a quart of milk, a sandwich and a latte.

PoMo to ponder Inlet Park's priority

Port Moody Coun. Diana Dilworth wants to see the city build a new library before it pursues the Inlet Park redevelopment project.

Port Moody proceeds with Appleyard changes

The old Appleyard house is continuing its transformation from a family home to a pizza restaurant and, soon, to an arts facility.

Port Coquitlam prepares for downtown car show

Preparations for Port Coquitlam's biggest summer event are under way.

Coquitlam street racer has high-end car impounded

Four young male drivers, including one from Coquitlam, have had their high-end vehicles impounded after being stopped by police for street racing and excessive speeding early Tuesday morning. Shortly after 2 a.m.
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