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Cash pouring in for future rec centre in Burquitlam

A new city of Coquitlam fund set up to collect developers' cash for a future recreation centre in Burquitlam will soon have $665,000 in the kitty.

BIA welcomes entrance sign to Austin Heights

A developer about to build a new apartment block in Coquitlam will including a welcoming feature for the area. Last week, city council unanimously granted second and third reading to rezone 945 and 951 Charland Ave.

Mom wants her memories back

A break-in has stripped a Tri-City family of the memories of some precious moments. Laura Lomax said she and her husband went to their son's home in northeast Coquitlam on Sunday to water the garden and check on the place while he's on vacation.

Designs underway for two Burke parks

Two large parks are about to be redeveloped on Burke Mountain, a new community in northeast Coquitlam where many young families call home.

UPDATED: Byelection set for Oct. 26

Coquitlam voters will head to the polls on Saturday, Oct. 26 to elect two new city councillors.

Coquitlam SAR members assist in McTech Arete rescue

Two members of the Coquitlam Search and Rescue team may have been holidaying in the Bugaboo Mountains last month but they were far from off duty. Mike Gudaitis and Kyle Skidmore were climbing McTech Arete outside of Golden, B.C.

CounterAttack program takes impaired drivers off the road

Coquitlam RCMP's summer CounterAttack program has already taken a number of impaired drivers off the road this summer.

UPDATED: After 24 years, body pulled from Fraser finally ID'd

A body pulled from the Fraser River in Coquitlam 24 years ago has been identified as that of a Prince George man. And the case, in which the corpse floated downstream nearly 800 km, is changing the way the B.C.

Foster bid bigger than planned

Eighteen homes on the south side of a Burquitlam block are now boarded up. A long fence down the top of the five acres is there for security. One of the properties even has an excavator in the front yard.

Coquitlam RCMP see spike in liquor pour-outs at Buntzen Lake

The beaches of Buntzen Lake were soaked in booze after the Coquitlam RCMP dealt with a staggering 225 liquor pour outs at the park over the weekend.