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ELECTION UPDATE: Trustees running

Only incumbent trustees have so far filed their nomination papers to run as candidates for the board of education in the Nov. 19 civic election. Nominations opened Tuesday and close next Friday, Oct. 14.

Saving $$ on service

Coquitlam's five arts and cultural buildings will have the same security and fire alarm provider as the city next year.

Let the games begin

Coquitlam wants to make it easier to host big events - and draw big tourism bucks - to the city's new and improved parks and sports venues.

MONEY TALK: Consider beneficiary trusts in your will

For families concerned about intergenerational wealth transfer, a testamentary trust is an indispensable tool.

Trial date to be set in 2 deaths

The case of a man charged in the alleged hit-and-run deaths of two women in Coquitlam is one step closer to trial. The lawyer for Cory Sater said he has received the appropriate documents from the Crown and is now ready to move forward with a trial.

More candidates announce for fall civic election

COQUITLAM First-term Coquitlam Coun. Linda Reimer said yesterday she will run for re-election in next month's civic race.

PoCo delivers pizza & safety inspections

Port Coquitlam residents with properly working smoke detectors could get a free pizza delivered to them next Friday by members of PoCo Fire and Emergency Services.

Family pleads for info on missing father

The family of a missing elderly man issued an emotional plea to the public for help Thursday morning with hopes of generating any tips that could lead to his whereabouts.

Don't settle - get the financial advisor who meets your needs

Choosing a financial advisor is as important as choosing investments for your portfolio. In either case, taking time to make the right decision can make a big difference in how well you do over the long term. There is much to consider.

Driver facing charges after crashing into restaurant

A Coquitlam man is facing driving charges after crashing a car through the window of a Church's Chicken on Johnson Street Wednesday night.