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Tea time on the train

FRIDAY, DEC. 9 HOLIDAY HUMOUR Check out what's Under the Christmas Tree when Table 23 presents its annual improv holiday comedy show, running until Dec. 17. Take the kids to the matinee show Saturdays at 3 p.m.

Raising bucks for bears

The Burke Mountain Naturalists will be raising money for the Critter Care Wildlife Society in Langley, where three orphaned bear cubs found in a Coquitlam dumpster are now living, at its annual general meeting Dec. 13.

PM OCP must be re-opened, says Clay

Having inherited the "best city in the world," Port Moody Mayor Mike Clay said he intends to make sure it stays that way.

PoCo's Moore aims for Metro Van chair's job

Port Coquitlam Mayor Greg Moore is eyeing the Metro Vancouver board chair's job after the position was vacated by Delta Mayor Lois Jackson last month.

Tri-City generous at the kettles

Tri-City shoppers aren't forgetting the needy this year - and the Salvation Army says thanks. Sally Ann's commanding officer, Capt.

Tri-City students get up and give

Food drives at School District 43 schools are heating up this week, with local firefighters expected to pick up the collections today (Friday) for sorting and packing.

Coquitlam man charged for role in Stanley Cup riots

A 20-year-old Coquitlam resident is facing charges for his role in the Stanley Cup riots, the Vancouver Police Department announced on Wednesday.

Man with a gun arrested in downtown Port Coquitlam

At least one person is in police custody after allegedly brandishing a gun in downtown Port Coquitlam Wednesday afternoon. Police received a 911 just before 4 p.m. from the 2600-block of Shaughnessy Street, said Coquitlam RCMP spokesperson Cpl.

Coquitlam RCMP combats graffiti

Charges were approved this week against a Port Coquitlam teenager who was allegedly caught by police in the act of tagging and who is believed to be responsible for numerous acts of vandalism in the Tri-Cities.

POCO: Looking for savings and business

Engaging citizens and holding the line on taxes are two key goals for the coming term for Port Coquitlam's recently re-elected mayor.