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4 hrs ago | Coquitlam Now
Coquitlam's Mike Vinter took to the artistic process later in life, but it hasn't slowed down his moxie for creating ornamental gift cards and elaborately-decorated eggs.
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12 hrs ago | Coquitlam Now
The Coquitlam Animal Shelter received more than 45 mice from someone who found them abandoned in a box in Mundy Park last weekend.
16 hrs ago | Tri-City News
Evergreen Line contractors are expected to soon begin boring the 2 km tunnel from Burquitlam to Barnet Highway in Port Moody and one result will be trucks delivering 200,000 cubic metres of fill to Port Coquitlam 16 hours a day.
20 hrs ago | CBC News
A problem with the construction of the Evergreen Line track has shut down traffic on Como Lake Avenue in Coquitlam, B.C. According to reports a large part of the elevated concrete track structure, which crosses Como Lake Avenue, shifted early Friday morning.
22 hrs ago | Coquitlam Now
Russell Lance Read, 61, made a brief appearance in Port Coquitlam provincial court Thursday related to five charges, including two counts of sexual assault and one count each of sexual exploitation, sexual interference of a person under 14 and touching a young person for sexual purpose.
A Nova Scotia woman with a terminally ill dog wants to make her best friend's final days extra special.
The 14th annual Port Moody Film Festival continues tonight with the documentaries Watermark and Stories We Tell - both of which will be preceded by short local films.
Ole the guide dog provides PoCo's Maurice Hill a safe lead as a B.C. Guide Dog graduate.
Accused Surrey Six killer Matt Johnston held up six fingers as he told his gangmate about the murders right after they happened, B.C. Supreme Court heard Tuesday.
According to the Fraser Institute's annual school rankings released Monday, the top five elementary schools in the three cities were all private.
Coquitlam city council has concerns about how MMBC will handle the collection of recyclables at apartments and townhomes, starting July 1. But city council and staff raised a red flag this week about how the recycling collection will roll out for more than half of the municipality's population living in apartments and townhouses.
Police were called out Sunday after the body of a woman was discovered at a home in Coquitlam.
Burquitlam residents will have a chance this month to have their say on a plan to build a 26-storey residential tower close to the Evergreen Line station planned for their neighbourhood.