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Canadian military contracts with Port Coquitlam firm

A Port Coquitlam company will play a pivotal role in the fabrication of state-of-the-art mobile shelters that will be used by the Canadian Armed Forces.

Getting a charge at new Bosa buildings

On a glorious summer morning, the view from Bosa Properties' 18th floor offices in Metrotown is breathtaking.

Toppling tables lead to lawsuit against SD43, former students

A Port Coquitlam man is taking legal action against School District 43 and several former Terry Fox secondary school students over an incident in 2005 when he said a stack of tables fell on him. In a statement of claim filed in B.C.

Paint Out in Port Coquitlam

Volunteers will be cleaning up the community this weekend as part of the annual Port Coquitlam Paint Out anti-graffiti event.

Coquitlam couple educates families on dangers of meningitis

The parents of a young man who died of a rare form of meningitis are speaking out in hopes that other families can be spared their loss.

Volunteers needed for Port Coquitlam bike park rebuild

Cycling enthusiasts in Port Coquitlam are being asked to pitch-in and help the city rebuild its bike skills park on Shaughnessy Street next week.

Jesse Margison violently assaulted at Port Coquitlam's North Fraser Pretrial Centre

A Port Coquitlam man with a long criminal history who was being held at the North Fraser Pretrial Centre is in serious condition after being violently assaulted over the weekend.

Monday fire may have been set, says Coquitlam fire chief

A heritage building in Maillardville that developers planned to restore suffered extensive damage after fire ripped through the structure Monday night.

Port Coquitlam car show summer's big event

When Ken Dosen came into possession of a 1938 two-door Chevy Coupe, the car was basically a shell and a frame. "It was a complete, ground-up restoration," he said. "It went right down to the drive train.

Court judgment awards Coquitlam man $680,000

A Coquitlam man has received $680,000 in a court judgment for injuries he sustained when his foot got caught between two metal plates and he fell on a road construction site at Vancouver International Airport.