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Police, family searching for missing PoCo woman

Coquitlam RCMP are searching for an elderly woman missing since just after noon on Tuesday.

A week to think about water

Tri-City residents are being asked to take the tap water pledge during the province-wide Drinking Water Week, May 1 to 7.

Port Moody hosts boot camp fundraiser for Reaveley family

In what may be one of the biggest fundraisers of its kind so far, the city of Port Moody is hosting a charity event for the family of Charlene Reaveley, one of two women killed in an alleged hit-and-run incident in February.

Moore, Kim no shows at all-candidates' meeting

What was billed as an all-candidates debate for the Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam riding came up short as incumbent Conservative MP James Moore cancelled his appearance hours before the debate began, leading the event's organizer to believe that

Man OK after fire

A Tri-City man is lucky to have escaped without injury after fire tore through his mobile home on Kwikwetlem First Nation land on Sunday morning.

Pesticide talk Thursday

An issue that has proved pesky for Coquitlam council will get a long look starting this week.

Forum for businesses will focus on garbage

Building contractors in the Tri-Cities and other interested stakeholders are invited to a meeting to discuss how compulsory waste reduction and recycling will affect the construction industry.

3 hikers cold, wet and lucky

Three hikers were a little wet and cold but otherwise healthy and happy to be home after getting lost on Eagle Mountain on Saturday.

Federal candidates answer question about rapid transit

RIDING: PORT MOODY-WESTWOOD-PORT COQUITLAM MARK IRELAND, NDP Canada needs a national transit strategy.

New (old) wrecks in bay

Underwater explorers have uncovered two previously undocumented shipwrecks on the floor of Belcarra's Bedwell Bay and questions of their origins are just now beginning to rise to the surface.