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Accused in fatal Coquitlam hit-and-run out on bail

Cory Sater, the Coquitlam man charged with killing Charlene Reaveley and Lorraine Cruz and injuring another man in an alleged hit-and-run Feb. 19, was granted bail Thursday in Port Coquitlam provincial court.

Drivers, watch for changes this weekend on Highway 1

There will be temporary traffic pattern changes along Highway 1 this weekend and next as construction crews work to install 75-metre steel girders that will form a eastbound on-ramp.

Kids collecting for quake relief

The motto at Coquitlam's Nestor elementary school is "Taking care of ourselves, taking care of others, taking care of this place." And since the recent earthquake in Japan, the Nestor community has been putting its money where its mouth is.

Theft from locker prompts call for camera

A Coquitlam woman is calling on the city to tighten up security at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex after her daughter's locker was broken into and her personal items stolen.

PM heritage is on the move

When Arthur and Ethel Alexander built their modest cedar home on a $600 south-facing lot at 2209 St. Johns St. in Port Moody, the soon-to-be mayor and his wife couldn't have imagined that one day, 88 years later, the house would roll down St.

MPs square off on budget as election looms

Tri-City voters could be heading to the polls a little sooner than expected after all three federal opposition parties said they would reject the budget tabled by the Conservative government.

Coquitlam rejects growth plan

Coquitlam is headed to dispute resolution after it rejected Metro Vancouver's plan for how the region should grow over the next 30 years.

Not all local candidates lined up for fed. election

With Members of Parliament set to debate the budget in the House of Commons this week, election sabre rattling has been loud in Ottawa.

Turn out the lights on Saturday

Tri-City municipal staff will be turning out the lights at civic facilities on Saturday night and local residents are encouraged to do the same in observation of the annual Earth Hour this weekend.

UPDATE: Suspected stolen ATM found in PoCo

A Port Coquitlam city worker found a destroyed bank machine Friday, suspected of being the one stolen from a Pitt Meadows hotel.