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Council okays home on 'challenging' Burke lot

A Burke Mountain landowner who wants to build a house on a lot he has owned for 40 years will finally be able to break ground.

Third Port Moody station too costly, says project team

The Evergreen Line project team has turned down Port Moody council's request for a third station at the western edge of the city.

More pool watch after drownings

Coquitlam city lifeguards and aquatic supervisors are keeping an extra sharp eye on kids in municipal pools after three B.C. residents drowned this week.

Hydro talk on smart meters 'too late' says Port Moody council

A BC Hydro presentation on smart meters came far too late for many Port Moody and Port Coquitlam councillors, who said the information would have proved helpful when the technology was first introduced.

Alleged copper thief busted in Port Coquitlam

A Port Coquitlam man with a history of interactions with police is facing charges after copper piping was stolen from an underground parking lot on the weekend. Clayton Nielsen was arrested in the 2600-block of Jane Street at around 4:30 a.m.

Police fair wows crowd

A total of 128 youth from the Coquitlam RCMP detachment area got a piece of paper to add to their walls last Friday after graduating from the second annual Junior Mounties Police Academy.

TC mayors serve up laughs at Chamber BBQ

It could've been mistaken for a comedy sketch at the start.

No to bows, yes to guns (in some rural spots)

The days of hunting with a bow and arrow are over in Coquitlam, but you can still fire a shotgun in two remote northeast areas and at shooting ranges in the city.

Learn CPR, save a life

Mikhail Morokhovich doesn't remember anything about the day in February when he collapsed on a Coquitlam sidewalk, but he's deeply grateful that two people stopped to help him. One of those people was Mike Farnworth , the NDP MLA for Port Coquitlam.

Trail of destruction left after Coquitlam Centre jewelry store robbery

Police are searching for a group of jewelry thieves who did thousands of dollars in damage when they drove a stolen vehicle through the doors of Coquitlam Centre mall early Friday morning to rob a Ben Moss store.