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PMPD says video is insensitive but not illegal

Port Moody Police say a video portraying a multiplayer first-person shooting game set inside Port Moody Secondary is disturbing and likely "ill-conceived," but does not constitute a threat.

Plateau residents warned after rash of thefts from vehicles

A rash of thefts from vehicles overnight in the Westwood Plateau area has prompted Coquitlam RCMP to remind people to remove valuables from their cars. On Tuesday night, 30 vehicles were broken into, most of them with their windows smashed.

Andres Wines owners suing over Evergreen Line

The owners of the former Andrés Wines site in Port Moody are suing the provincial government for an Evergreen-sized hangover, claiming construction of the SkyTrain line has stomped on their development plans. The suit, filed in B.C.

Coquitlam still ranks low in police-to-population numbers

The number of police officers in Coquitlam continues to rank at the bottom of the pack compared to other similar-sized cities, even though its "cop-to-pop." ratio increased by seven officers over 2011.

Grandmother chases down would-be purse snatchers

A grandmother in her 60s foiled a robbery attempt by two suspects outside a Coquitlam bank at Johnson Street and Barnet Highway this afternoon (Thursday). At about 1:30 p.m.

No malicious intent behind Port Moody secondary shooting game video

A Port Moody secondary school grad is distancing himself from a video he posted of a first-person shooter game, still in development, that is set in his former high school.

Chamber to host four all-candidates meetings

Tri-City voters can hear what their provincial candidates have to say at all-candidates meetings scheduled in each of the region's four ridings.

PoCoMo Youth Services reaches out to youth

The PoCoMo Youth Service Society is hoping to spread the message about its work with at-risk youth in the community at its AGM on Thursday, March 28.

Condo development gets go-ahead

A proposal to build a four-storey, 71-unit condo building in Burquitlam cleared another hurdle this week at Coquitlam city council.

Port Coquitlam mom seeks improved mental health services for kids

Carol Todd has joined the fight for improved mental health services for children.