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New fitness studio opens in Port Moody

Younique, a new fitness studio, has just opened on Clarke Street in Port Moody, offering a broad range of classes from Zumba, Bellyfit, Pilates to Rise N Stretch.

Wait list for Coquitlam housing project

A housing project for single moms and their children that is due to open in Coquitlam in two months already has a waiting list.

PLEHANOV TRIAL: Incident 'serious' but cops not called

Bramblewood elementary school principal Brenda Walker said she considered the accusations of inappropriate touching against a substitute teacher a "serious situation" but did not call the police because once he had left the school, students were no l

Gaming grant extension receives mixed reviews

A pledge to keep $15 million in the provincial kitty for gaming grants for non-profit community groups is being called a small step by Tri-City arts and cultural leaders.

Bear-spray attacker sentenced

A man who was sentenced last year for using bear spray on staff at an Abbotsford grocery store has been convicted in another case.

Teachers: don't let students take FSA test

Coquitlam Teachers' Association will once again be asking parents to withdraw their Grade 4 and 7 children from participating in Foundation Skills Assessment tests, which begin next week.

Daycare checked 4 years before death of infant

A Coquitlam daycare operator charged Monday in connection with the 2011 death of an infant in her care had two previous violations reported to Fraser Health.

Three bears killed as they denned in PoCo backyard

A mother bear and two cubs trying to den under a garden shed at a home on Port Coquitlam's north side were destroyed Tuesday after conservation officers made several attempts to trap the animals.

Principals shuffled at SD43

With a new year come new faces in principals' offices at Tri-City Public schools. The following School District 43 appointments will be made effective Jan.

PLEHANOV TRIAL: Teacher felt 'guilty' for not doing more

An Eagle Ridge elementary school teacher who testified he saw a Grade 3 student sitting on a substitute teacher's lap said he feels guilty he didn't do more at the time.
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