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UPDATE: Juvenile cougar killed after stalking Port Coquitlam teenager

UPDATE: Juvenile cougar killed after stalking Port Coquitlam teenager

A juvenile cougar has been shot in Port Coquitlam after reports a 14-year-old boy had been stalked by the animal; the cougars are believed to be linked to several dog attacks in the Coquitlam area
2020 a record year for Metro Vancouver parks

2020 a record year for Metro Vancouver parks

Regional parks like Iona Beach saw 16.5 million visitors last year
Coquitlam sister 'hoping and praying' Iranian agents don't rearrest brother

Coquitlam sister 'hoping and praying' Iranian agents don't rearrest brother

A Coquitlam woman’s brother has been released from an Iranian prison on bail after the family and a Tri-Cities Amnesty group petitioned the country’s president and local supreme courts.
Grocery store workers in Vancouver, Coquitlam test positive for COVID-19

Grocery store workers in Vancouver, Coquitlam test positive for COVID-19

Employees of a No Frills and T & T Supermarket in Vancouver and at two Coquitlam Superstore locations among new virus cases in province.
PoCo Grand Prix cancelled — along with the rest of BC Superweek

PoCo Grand Prix cancelled — along with the rest of BC Superweek

The PoCo Grand Prix, along with the rest of the BC Superweek of professional bike races, has been cancelled for a second straight summer because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
B.C. detects 1,533 COVID-19 infections in past four days

B.C. detects 1,533 COVID-19 infections in past four days

26 more British Columbians died from the virus since Friday, raising the province's death toll from COVID-19 to 1,314.
Hounds track cougar after Coquitlam pug puppy snatched from yard

Hounds track cougar after Coquitlam pug puppy snatched from yard

In a little over a week, three dogs have been attacked across Coquitlam and Buntzen Lake trail; and in another incident, a man and his dog were charged in a local park
COVID-19 alerts for Port Moody pub, drug store, schools

COVID-19 alerts for Port Moody pub, drug store, schools

St. James's Well shuts down for the weekend to deep clean while Fraser Health issues an exposure notification for people who may have attended Trivia Night at the pub on Feb. 2, a case has also been reported at a Shoppers Drug Mart and five schools
Alleged cyberbully in Amanda Todd case back in court April 12

Alleged cyberbully in Amanda Todd case back in court April 12

Aydin Coban will return to BC Supreme Court in New Westminster on April 12 to face charges in connection with Amanda Todd of Port Coquitlam.
UPDATED: Principal isolated as Coquitlam area schools grapple with dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases

UPDATED: Principal isolated as Coquitlam area schools grapple with dramatic spike in COVID-19 cases

Now more than 30 schools in Port Moody, Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam and Anmore are under investigation for COVID-19 exposure, mostly during the week of Feb. 8-12 as Port Moody hockey association pauses games, practices for a week