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Trucks on the move?

The Teamsters' Freight Transportation Museum, long a fixture in Port Coquitlam, may have found a new home in B.C.'s Interior, according its curator.

Smoke but no fire as boat rushes to PM shore

A pleasant day on the water turned into an emergency situation for several Port Moody boaters Sunday after an oil leak began spraying the craft's exhaust manifold, sending plumes of smoke into the air.

Night not right time to water in region

Tri-City residents who don't want to run afoul of new regional sprinkling restrictions should water their lawns only in the wee morning hours.

Pension plan idea for high-income earner

Business owners, high-income executives and incorporated professionals are increasingly using Individual Pension Plans (IPPs) to maximize retirement savings, particularly if concerned whether they have enough in RRSPs to fund their desired retirement

Douglas College valedictorian has business on the brain

Aleem Jinnah knows one thing for certain: in 10 years he wants to be his own boss. If his performance at Douglas College is any indication, Jinnah will have no trouble realizing his goal.

Betty Fox is 'seriously ill'

Betty Fox, mother of the late Terry Fox, is seriously ill, according to a statement posted today on the Terry Fox Foundation website.

UPDATE: Apartment fire breaks out in downtown PoCo

Residents of an apartment in the 2200-block of Atkins Avenue in Port Coquitlam have yet to return to their homes after fire ripped through the building last Thursday night.

Weather woes for local growers

Everybody has been complaining about the cold, wet weather this spring but those in the agricultural industry have been buzzing about bees - or, rather, the lack of them.

Evergreen delay 'a bit of a joke,' says mayor

Port Moody Mayor Joe Trasolini warns that discontent over yet another delay in the completion of the Evergreen Line means politicians in the northeast sector are in trouble come election time. Trasolini was responding to comments made by B.C.

Honour for Coquitlam's Dubiel

A Coquitlam resident was named this week as a 2011 YWCA Vancouver Woman of Distinction. Malgorzata Dubiel was among 12 women to accept the award Tuesday during a gala event at the Westin Bayshore hotel in Vancouver.
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