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YEAR IN REVIEW: Making waves around the world

OLYMPIANS They were at the top of their game - and they made us so very proud.

Big hopes for the Be Someone campaign in the new year

A Port Coquitlam entrepreneur is using his business networks and moxie to spark what he hopes will be a national anti-bullying campaign that will put the city on the map as the capitol of kindness and compassion.

Wheelchair basketball league hoops cash

Organizers with a provincial sports event happening in Coquitlam next year got a gift from the provincial government this month.

Port Coquitlam launches new year with slate of events

The city of Port Coquitlam is wasting no time beginning its centennial celebrations in 2013. PoCo is holding a 100th birthday celebration kickoff on Jan. 4.

Daylight carjacking in Coquitlam

Coquitlam RCMP are looking for two men who donned ski gear for a Saturday morning crime spree. Just before 9:30 a.m. on Dec.

Christmas eve at the Port Coquitlam homeless shelter

If you go down to the Kingsway Campus of Northside Church tonight at 9 p.m., you might see a different kind of service then one you would normally associate with a church during the holiday season. Yes, there might be Christmas music.

Hate message sprayed on PoCo family's door

A Port Coquitlam family discovered an unwelcome surprise Friday morning - a message of hate painted on their front door, just days before Christmas.

Coast Capital helps youth talk about mental health

A local financial institution is helping to get youth to talk about mental health and substance abuse issues.

Contractor on hook for fixes to keep Port Mann Bridge safe during snow

"Absolutely unacceptable." B.C.

Coquitlam nature lover sells land to preserve wetland

A Coquitlam man with a long history in the Tri-Cities is leaving a legacy to preserve nature in the furthest reaches of the city. Bob Edward has sold a 9.