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Port Moody wants Metro Vancouver growth plan change

Port Moody has served notice to Metro Vancouver that it may seek to eventually amend the Regional Growth Strategy to redesignate 1,000 acres of derelict industrial land to allow future redevelopment. But Richmond Coun.

Riverside goes digital

Computer tablets have replaced the pen and paper at Riverside secondary after a major electronics company this month downloaded the Port Coquitlam school with new gear for learning.

Coquitlam-Burke all-candidates set for May 1

Coquitlam residents living in Town Centre and on Westwood Plateau and Burke Mountain can hear from those vying for their votes in next month's provincial election.

Coquitlam RCMP seek info on bank fraud suspect

Coquitlam RCMP are looking for a man believed to be linked to several bank frauds.

Vandals went on a window-smashing spree in SD43 last weekend

Dozens of windows at School District 43 schools took a beating over the Easter long weekend, with most of the damage done at Sir Frederick Banting middle in Coquitlam and Glenayre elementary in Port Moody.

Mobile youth services get cash boost

A campaign to get core funding for PoCoMo Youth Services has netted a $100,000 provincial grant and that, says executive director Jerome Bouvier, proves the value of the program supporting at-risk youth. The grant from B.C.

Port Moody Police will have to crunch its numbers

Port Moody Police Department will have to trim its budget by just under $155,000 but it's up to the cops where those cuts happen.

DeBoer takes firefighting skills to Peru

When Port Moody firefighter Rod deBoer travels to Peru this week as part of a contingent of volunteers with Firefighters Without Borders, he will be training emergency personnel how to battle blazes and avoid getting hurt.

Cops seek second Money Mart suspect

Coquitlam RCMP are searching for a second man who allegedly tried to get a pre-paid Visa card from a local Money Mart using fraudulent identification. The suspect entered the PoCo Money Mart on the afternoon of March 14.

Port Coquitlam house squatter sentenced to jail, probation

A woman Coquitlam RCMP labelled a "priority offender" last year has been sentenced to three months in jail.