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Vandal leaves bacon at PoCo Muslim mosque

Faced with hate, some people respond with anger, even a clenched fist. Faced with hate - in the form of cured pork - a local Muslim leader is responding with an open door.

Porter Street PAC in Coquitlam vows to fight property sale

Parents of students attending Porter Street elementary school in Coquitlam are scrambling to mount a campaign to stop a proposal to sell school property for housing.

UPDATED: Beef recall expands to Coquitlam stores

If you bought beef in the past couple of weeks, check the product and the best before date and head to your closest computer to get the latest information on a Canada-wide recall of contaminated beef.

Chamber announces business excellence nominees

Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce has just announced its 2012 nominees for the Business Excellence Awards with finalists to be announced at the Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club Oct. 25.

UPDATED: Bear breaks in locked shed in Port Coquitlam

Hungry bears are making their way from greenbelts to backyards in search of food and Tri-City residents are urged to keep garbage and other bear attractants locked up.

Have your say in the B.C. budget

The provincial government is seeking public input next week in Coquitlam as part of its 2013/2014 budget process.

Family killer has 'limited insight'

A two-member National Parole Board panel determined David Ennis continued to have limited insight into his crimes when they denied him day and full parole at a hearing last week.

Smiling Creek gets a clean-up

A clean-up crew scoured a drain pipe and a portion of Smiling Creek on Burke Mountain Tuesday to get rid of cement water wash that had been hosed down a storm drain the previous week.

Go, Jen, go!

More than 1,200 students, staff and teachers at Coquitlam's Gleneagle secondary cheered "Go, Jen, Go!" on Thursday for one of their own: Jennifer Gillis, a Grade 11 student who is in the Top 8 of a CBC reality show contest.

Yes, it is possible to diversify with GICs

Guaranteed Investment Certificates (GICs) are often a popular choice for those looking to invest without losing their initial capital.