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Man hit and killed in Port Coquitlam crosswalk

Coquitlam RCMP are investigating after a pedestrian was struck and killed in a marked crosswalk in Port Coquitlam Tuesday. Just before 8 p.m.

Latest fundraiser bumps total for Reaveleys to $60k

There can be no doubting the depth of generosity in the Tri-Cities as Sunday's dinner for the family of Charlene Reaveley more than doubled its fundraising goal.

Sport sale raises $11k

More than 65 Tri-City families will be able to enroll their kids in sports this year thanks to the most successful KidSport Tri-Cities equipment sale ever.

Local MLAs shut out of new cabinet

The Tri-Cities may have lost a provincial cabinet minister but gained a voice in discussions surrounding one of its perennial hot topics: public transportation.

Wesbild buying city land for houses

A major Coquitlam developer plans to buy property from the city to assemble land for a residential subdivision on Burke Mountain. Wesbild has asked to purchase a 28-square metre lot near David and Galloway avenues as part of a new 13.

PoCo man acts as a go-between for desperate families

A pro wrestling promoter for 15 years, Dave Teixeira of Port Coquitlam is using his Japanese wrestling connections and his home computer to make a cottage industry of reuniting loved ones caught in the earthquake in Japan with their friends and famil

Arrest in PoMo

A man wanted on a raft of outstanding warrants stemming from a violent break and enter in 2008 is in Port Moody Police Department custody following a joint takedown with the Municipal Integrated Emergency Response Team.

Avoid identity theft with free document shredding - BBB

Shredding is the safest way to get rid of sensitive documents and the Better Business Bureau is poised to help people avoid identity theft.

This was the Big One that Metro Van isn't ready for: Coq. man in Japan

Coquitlam realtor Kevin Byrne was knocked to the ground but thought nothing of it when the earth started shaking six floors below his room at the Star Hotel in Yokohama, Japan. He got up and turned on the TV.

Tax time primer: 11 things families should know

The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a number of benefits, credits, and services to help families meet their financial obligations throughout the year, reduce the amount they owe at tax time, and provide them with convenient online options.