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Port Moody Heritage Society sums up 100 years in 100 seconds

The Port Moody Heritage Society is gearing up for the city's centennial celebrations with a hardcover book and a (very) short film.

Tri-City Biz group calling for one licence

The Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce is pushing councillors in Coquitlam, Port Moody and Port Coquitlam to adopt a mobile business licensing process that would apply across all three cities.

Province orders heritage conservation plan for Riverview

Riverview Hospital will be studied again, this time for a new heritage conservation plan (HCP) commissioned by the province. The request for proposals was issued in November 2011 and awarded in January to North Vancouver-based Denise Cook Design.

PoMo drops four-storey homes

A zoning bylaw change approved at Tuesday's Port Moody council meeting has closed a loophole that allowed some residents to build four-storey homes. The old bylaw limited the height of a home to 10.5 m or three storeys (not including the basement).

Port Coquitlam big box proposal will get a second look

A proposal that would see a large commercial development built at Oxford Street and Lougheed Highway in Port Coquitlam on the site of a former car dealership needs more work before receiving council's approval.

Red tape cuts for movie theatres

Cuts to red tape will help movie theatres operators after the B.C. government moved to update the Motion Picture Act.

Bow shooting ban reconsidered in Port Coquitlam

Port Coquitlam councillors will reconsider an amendment to its firearms prohibition bylaw that would have banned crossbows and bow and arrows from being fired within the municipality. Coun.

Metal thieves put selves, others in danger, says Coquitlam RCMP

A rash of copper wire and pipe thefts in the Coquitlam area over the last couple of months has police calling on the public to be vigilant and report any suspicious activity.

Coquitlam River still in danger

The Coquitlam River is back on the list of the province's most endangered rivers.

Schoenborn hearing could be delayed

Child-killer Allan Schoenborn is requesting that the B.C. Review Board postpone his annual hearing, which was expected to take place next month, until some time in the fall.