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Feds fund summer jobs for Tri-City students.

More Tri-Cities' students will have an opportunity to gain valuable work experience and earn money for the upcoming school year thanks to a Government of Canada initiative.

Little change in plans for Belcarra

Belcarra residents will get their last chance next week to comment on a growth plan for the semi-rural waterfront village.

Pesticide ban one step closer in Coquitlam

An advisory group looking at whether Coquitlam should join a long list of B.C. municipalities that have banned pesticides is recommending the city follow suit.

How do you feel about, say, 20 storeys?

A development company that's planning to build the first highrise in a Coquitlam neighbourhood poised for revitalization is now gauging public feedback on the height of the proposed tower.

Search is on for new city manager, fire chief in Port Moody

It's time to update that resume. The city of Port Moody will be looking to fill two top job postings this summer: city manager and fire chief.

MORTGAGE MINUTE: Slow U.S. recovery putting a lid on interest hikes in Canada for now, says Port Moody mortgage broker

By Peter Kinch As I flipped through the business papers this week, I was struck with a sense of having already seen these headlines before.

Scaled down PoMo fire hall expected to be approved

After months of public squabbling between Port Moody city hall and the firefighters' union, plans for a new fire hall are expected to be approved Tuesday by city council.

Whatever the choice, thousands of residents

More than 100 people turned up this week to review the plans for the next - and biggest - neighbourhood to be built in northeast Coquitlam.

Keep your garbage secure in Moody

Port Moody is urging residents to keep their bear-resistant bins tethered, stored in a shed or in a garage until the morning of collection day after several of the sturdy containers were destroyed by hungry bruins.

Japan quake reminder of radio's importance

When an 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit Japan in March, much of the communication infrastructure was wiped out across huge swaths of the country.
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