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New IB program eyed for Terry Fox in Port Coquitlam

Highly-motivated and talented students in School District 43 may soon have another option for an enriched education.

Chance to speak up on temporary shelter in Port Coquitlam

Residents of Port Coquitlam will get a chance to weigh in on a temporary homeless shelter being proposed for the Northside Church Grace Campus.

MONEY TALK: How can you build employee loyalty?

The loss of a key employee can be very expensive to an organization so give some thought to how you can motivate key employees and keep them focused on the company's priorities. The following are 10 ideas for retaining skilled employees.

PoMo is second city to ban shark fins

It's official: Port Moody has banned the sale, trade and distribution of shark fins in the city. Council unanimously passed the bylaw amendments at Tuesday's meeting, making it the second city in B.C. to ban shark fins.

Residents-only parking for Clarke

Residents living next to the new community garden at St. Johns and Clarke Streets will hang on to their on-street parking after successfully petitioning for a residents-only parking zone.

Barbecue with Tri-City mayors

Members of the public and business owners can mix and mingle with local mayors Thursday, July 5 during an annual barbecue held by the Tri-Cities Chamber of Commerce.

SD43 schools get the energy test

School District 43 is participating in a BC Hydro incentive program to make its larger buildings more energy efficient.

Port Moody considers proposals for Moody Centre developments

Neighbours of a proposed 149-unit development in Port Moody's Chineside spoke out against the project Tuesday at a public hearing.

Port Moody concerts run into bylaw trouble

A non-profit society that offers contemporary music concerts in a Port Moody home has run afoul of the City of the Arts' bylaws. Anna Levy and her husband, Gregory Myers, founded the Yarilo concert series last spring.

Village planner with a heart passes away

The villages of Anmore and Belcarra lost a trusted colleague and friend this month with the death of their longtime planning consultant, Michael Rosen.