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Third Port Moody Evergreen Line station doesn't make sense

Third Port Moody Evergreen Line station doesn't make sense

The Editor, Re. "Group promotes 3rd station" (The Tri-City News, June 15).
Port Moody council should stick to city business

Port Moody council should stick to city business

The Editor, Re. "More consultation needed from industry, says Royer" (The Tri-City News, June 15).
Tri-City grad-ffiti costs taxpayers money

Tri-City grad-ffiti costs taxpayers money

The Editor, On the morning of Friday, June 15, I drove past a Tri-City high school on the way to work. I could not believe the volume of petty vandalism and graffiti saying "Grad 2012.
EDITORIAL: Electric car charging stations not the answer

EDITORIAL: Electric car charging stations not the answer

Should people who can afford to pay higher prices for new electric vehicles get their auto payments and electric fuel subsidized? That is the question taxpayers should be asking in the wake of new developments in the creation and installation of elec
Riverview should be saved

Riverview should be saved

The Editor, Re. "Endangered status sought," (The Tri-City News, June 13).
EDITORIAL: New condos could create parking crunch

EDITORIAL: New condos could create parking crunch

Cars may soon be legislated out of existence - not by anti-idlers and environmentalists concerned about greenhouse gasses - but by city planners intent on getting rid of parking spaces in condos.
NELSON: Pump it up and take a break at the gas station

NELSON: Pump it up and take a break at the gas station

"Fill 'er up," is an obsolete phrase in most cities. But not in Coquitlam, where a forty-year-old bylaw requires all gas stations (all nine of them) to be full serve.
RADIA: Full serve gas a luxury gas stations can't afford

RADIA: Full serve gas a luxury gas stations can't afford

I must admit that I avoid Coquitlam gas stations like the plague. And I don't think I'm alone, on that.
EDITORIAL: Finally, BC government and teachers agree on something

EDITORIAL: Finally, BC government and teachers agree on something

There was a rare moment of peace on the school front last week when both the province and the BC Teachers' Federation came out in favour of a provincial strategy to educate against bullying.
How will Port Moody regulate buskers?

How will Port Moody regulate buskers?

The Editor, Re. "Would you like food with tunes?" (The Tri-City News, May 24) and "Is Port Moody regulating buskers a good thing for the community?" (Face to Face, The Tri-City News, June 1).