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KidSport holds used equipment sale in Port Coquitlam

Outfitting a young athlete with new sports equipment just got a lot easier - and cheaper - thanks to the KidSport Tri-Cities ' annual spring equipment sale.

Second child porn sentence

The second Port Moody man involved in a child pornography case will also spend three months in jail. Matthew Richard Sadlowski pleaded guilty to making or publishing child porn in connection with a September 2009 incident.

Envision Financial offers scholarships to School District 43 grads

Students who bank with Envision Financial stand to gain significant help with tuition costs.

Port Coquitlam fights bullying

The city of Port Coquitlam will proclaim Feb. 29 Stop Bullying Day and various activities will be coordinated around the municipality to shine a light on the issue of bullying.

Burke home is too big for small lot

A Burke Mountain property owner was told last week he can't build a home on land he has owned for more than 40 years - at least, not at the size he wants.

RCMP to hold press conference on bus loop stabbing

Coquitlam RCMP will be holding a news conference Thursday morning to discuss the stabbing at the Coquitlam Station bus loop on Dec. 15. Const. Andrew Coupe of the major crime section is expected to provide an update on the investigation.

PMH1: No access from Lougheed Highway to freeway eastbound tonight

Another late-night closure has been announced for the Port Mann Highway 1 project around the Cape Horn Interchange tonight. Access to Highway 1 eastbound from Lougheed Highway will be closed tonight (Wednesday) and Thursday night from 11 p.m.

Maple Creek students do kindness blitz in Tri-Cities

Valentines Day was made a little sweeter Tuesday after 50 Maple Creek middle school students fanned out across the Tri-Cities to hand out free coffee, cookies and cards.

Learn money skills in Coquitlam

Facing the facts about one's personal finances is key to financial literacy. Now there's a free program in Coquitlam to teach adults basic money skills.

How prepared are you for an emergency?

Getting prepared for an emergency and learning how to cope during a disaster is now easier in Port Coquitlam The emergency preparedness courses, which were previously taught in a series of sessions, can now be completed in a single Saturday afternoon