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LIGHT LIST: Check out Xmas light displays

As we have have in previous years, The Tri-City News will print a list of large light displays in the Tri-Cities for Christmas.

Headquarter renos won't impact service, says RCMP

Police service will not be disrupted at the Coquitlam RCMP's main headquarters during a six-week renovation of the front-desk area.

Bleed and Feed to help B.C. blood services, food banks

Tri-City residents can do two good deeds at once at the second annual Bleed & Feed blood donor clinics next month.

PoMo land sold for Evergreen Line

There may not be any shovels in the ground yet but work is starting on the Evergreen Line. Port Moody has sold a portion of land south of the CP Rail tracks, roughly between Clarke and Moody streets, to make way for the rapid transit project.

Parents frustrated as strike drags on

It's business as usual at local schools despite the ongoing teachers' job action says the president of the District Parent Advisory Committee for School District 43. But don't get complacent, says Heidi Gable.

National protest hits the Tri-Cities

A small handful of protesters braved the elements in Port Moody last week to protest the Conservative government's crime bill, an initiative that will increase mandatory minimum sentences.

Civic elections moved to October?

Voters in B.C. will likely be heading to the polls a month earlier than usual for the next municipal election, in 2014.

Kids can help charities at Coquitlam Centre

Coquitlam Centre is launching Holiday Hearts, a campaign benefiting five Lower Mainland charities. For every child that visits Santa, Coquitlam Centre will donate $1 to one of the five charities the child chooses.

Bike parking could become a must in Coquitlam

Finding a place to lock up a bicycle could get a lot easier for commuters in Coquitlam if city council adopts a proposal that would require all new developments to provide bike parking.

Police seek assault suspect

A 25-year-old man suffered several cuts to his face following a late-night attack last month in the Rochester Avenue area near North Road in Coquitlam. The victim was walking home from work at around 10:30 p.m. on Oct.
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