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Share issues canvasser warning to Tri-City residents

Share Family and Community Services is warning Tri-City residents not to give financial donations to people who solicit door to door.

UPDATE: Two Coquitlam men allegedly involved in kidnapping case

Two Coquitlam men are facing charges along with four others in relation to what police are calling a violent kidnapping in Vancouver last November.

One year later, Coquitlam hit-and-run victims remembered

Charlene Reaveley and Lorraine Cruz, two women killed in a hit-and-run accident last year, will be remembered at a roadside memorial service this Saturday in Coquitlam.

Arson suspected in Coquitlam fire

A fire early Sunday morning that burned down a vacant home slated for demolition in the Burquitlam area may have been deliberately set.

SD43 board of education "reaffirms" support for collective bargaining

Collective bargaining is the best way to reach a settlement between the BC Teachers' Federation and the BC Public School Employers' Association, says the School District 43 board of education.

First riot sentencing won't be televised

A B.C. Provincial Court judge has shot down the first attempt to televise the sentencing of a Stanley Cup rioter via the web.

Hoy Creek Co-op in Coquitlam may be rebuilt

A 30-year-old co-operative housing project in Coquitlam on the corner of Glen Drive and Johnson Street could be rebuilt if a rezoning and land sale proposal goes through.

Plehanov visited psychologist to help with 'boundary issues'

School District 43 provided a psychologist to substitute teacher Aleksandr Plehanov to help him with his "boundary issues" more than a month before he was arrested for sexual interference and sexual assault.

Vancouver BBB warns coin, gold sellers to exercise caution

Many consumers probably have coins, antiques, or jewellery collecting dust in the attic. Better Business Bureau (BBB) would like to warn consumers who are looking to cash in their old items to be wary of travelling antique shows.
Coquitlam RCMP seek suspected thieves

Coquitlam RCMP seek suspected thieves

An RCMP helicopter and several police dogs were dispatched to the Coquitlam City Centre neighbourhood Saturday night in order to track two suspected car thieves. The two men had been attempting to break into a vehicle at about 11 p.m.