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Meet and greet with Joe Keithley Saturday in Coquitlam

A musician-turned-politician is holding a meet and greet event this Saturday, Sept. 8 to kick off his bid to win the NDP nomination for the riding of Coquitlam-Burke Mountain. Joe Keithley , D.O.A.

Food bank needs a fill-up

The Share food bank is down to less than a few weeks' worth of food, with supplies expected to drop even lower with the start of school this week.

30,000 kids back in school

Principal Derek Passaglia welcomed students and parents back to school at Coquitlam's Glen elementary Tuesday morning.

New tool for Coquitlam Search and Rescue team

Coquitlam Search and Rescue personnel have a new tool at their disposal when extracting people from remote areas.

Firefighters go topless for charity

Three fit Coquitlam firefighters went topless to raise money for groups supported by the Vancouver Fire Fighters Charitable Society. Brent Glenen, Len Pashley and Chad Buch are featured as Mr. February, Mr. March and Mr.

Art separates food at Thirfty Foods

Shoppers at Port Moody's Thrifty Foods can touch and see original artwork when they pay for groceries.

Man loaded into trunk of SUV had cut his foot, says Port Moody Police

Suter Brook residents received a scare Sunday morning and police cordoned off a vacant lot in the area after receiving a report of a body being loaded into the trunk of a car. But as it turned out, no foul play had occurred.

Nominate best Tri-Cities business or leader

There's just one week left to nominate a worthy business, organization or individual for the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. The deadline for nominations is Friday, Sept. 7 at 4:30 p.m.

Welcome back, says Tom Grant to teachers, students

School District 43 superintendent Tom Grant is welcoming back thousands of students, teachers, administrators and support workers with a full plate of projects and plans.

Missing 12-year-old girl found

The RCMP has confirmed that the 12 year-old female reported missing yesterday has been located, and she is safe and sound. "Thanks to the media and public for your assistance," the Coquitlam RCMP stated in a press release.