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Wanted: Litter pickers in Port Moody

Cleaning up Port Moody Inlet is the goal of volunteers and supporters of the Port Moody Ecological Society who will be descending on wooded forests and trails Sept. 22 to pick up litter.

Call 911, MADD and police urge

New signs went up Tuesday in Port Coquitlam to encourage motorists to call 911 if they see a potential impaired driver on the road.

Alexander packs bag for 2012 Canadian Women's Open golf champ

Brian Alexander, a 63-year-old real estate developer, shot a 67 in his best round ever at the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam. Lydia Ko, a 15-year-old Grade 11 student from New Zealand, fired the same score on the same course on Sunday.

Feedback sought on PoCo biz

Port Coquitlam residents and retailers are being asked for their feedback on how the city can help local business grow.

Environmentalists up the river with a paddle

Most people wouldn't think about camping in Port Coquitlam but last week, seven young environmentalists crept out of tents near Colony Farm Regional Park, got their gear ready, and set out on the final leg of a 1,200 km canoe trip to raise awareness

Traveling Lougheed tonight? Watch out for detour

Drivers traveling westbound on Lougheed Highway tonight should be alert for road closures. Between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m., motorists will be detoured along United Boulevard and will access Lougheed Highway via the King Edward Street Overpass.

Retirement planning: how to choose a good advisor

Many business owners want their legacy to continue.

Making Coquitlam 'Evergreen' ready

Major developments targeted around the new rapid-transit stations in Coquitlam are forcing the city to fast-track its plans to make the municipality "Evergreen Line ready.

Coq. Fox run needs helpers

Organizers with the Terry Fox Hometown Run in Port Coquitlam issued an appeal for helpers last week. This week, Coquitlam run volunteers followed suit.

Coquitlam business man helping at-risk kids

By Rob Mangelsdorf Black Press Joe Roberts is keeping his promise.