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MONEY TALK: Protecting wealth into retirement

As your wealth grows, so too do the complexities associated with wealth. This is often the case for successful business owners, executives, large families and those enjoying or approaching retirement.

Teens warned to stay away from Project X party

Mounties are sending a clear message to teens planning to attend a so-called "Project X" party in Coquitlam on Friday: Expect police to be at the event, too.

Coquitlam teachers head back to class

Teachers in School District 43 will be returning to the classroom Tuesday refreshed and looking forward to the new school year - including the extra-curricular activities that make school special for kids - says the president of the Coquitlam Teacher

School reno, building boom in SD43

School District 43 is embarking on a significant building boom.

RCMP looking for two missing residents

Mounties are on the lookout for two missing Tri-City residents. Deborah Sylva, 38, of Coquitlam, was last seen at 2 p.m.

Telemarketers scam private car sellers

Selling cars privately can be rewarding but there are risks, warns the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The BBB is reporting that some B.C.

Body found near Coquitlam River bridge Wednesday morning

Traffic was briefly stalled on Lougheed Highway near the Coquitlam River bridge Wednesday morning during rush hour while Coquitlam RCMP investigated circumstances surrounding a body found in the area.

RCMP investigate Coquitlam shooting

Police are looking for information surrounding a shooting late Tuesday night near a mobile home park off King Edward Avenue in Coquitlam.

Hope, class size, teachers and Net Zero

Former School District 43 administrator Maureen Dockendorf will be advising all 60 districts in the province about ways to improve reading.

Coq. home searched as part of B.C.-wide drug raid

Police searched a Coquitlam home last Saturday as part of a series of raids across B.C. that uncovered an alleged international drug ring involving the Hells Angels. On Tuesday, federal RCMP spokesperson Sgt.