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9 hrs ago | Squamish Chief
File photo North Yards resident David Moore, left, chats with Carol Greaves of Fortis BC at the Fortis open house in June.
10 hrs ago | Tri-City News
As the provincial education minister met with the BCTF president today to hammer out a resolution to the teachers' strike, about 75 educators held signs and waved at supporters this morning at a rally organized by the Coquitlam Teachers' Association.
13 hrs ago | Coquitlam Now
Coquitlam school teacher Kevin James Buffel resigned from the district after an investigation into inappropriate conduct.
Documents filed by the British Columbia Commissioner for Teacher Regulation reveal Kevin James Buffel has been warned several times by district officials not to touch his students.
Over the past three weeks, local residents, groups and VIPs have dared one another to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge - a social media phenomenon that aims to build awareness and raise money for research into Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease - or donate money to the charity.
This copper sculpture above is now in the possession of the Coquitlam Heritage Society.
The Ice Bucket Challenge has flooded social media channels with videos of people dumping ice cold water on themselves in a bid to raise awareness of Participants usually donate money to an ALS charity , as well as recording the video, then nominate three other people to do the same.
The superintendent of Coquitlam school district issued a letter to parents of school-aged children this week about the impact of the ongoing teachers' strike.
The two-week long festival in Vancouver opened on Aug. 16 with a show by Dal Richards, who is marking his 75th year on the PNE stage.
Two Metro Vancouver suburbs, Richmond and Coquitlam, don't allow self-serve gas stations.
Norm Pratt of Nelson is a psychic who works with police and families to find the bodies of missing people.
Their muscles are strong from paddling, their knowledge of the Fraser River is deep, and for a Port Coquitlam couple summer is ending on a high note thanks to 23-day paddling trip down the iconic B.C. river.
Will Ross, left, Devan Scott and Daniel Jeffery will film their journey along Spain's Camino de Santiago.
Port Coquitlam MLA Mike Farnworth said he doesn't see the rationale behind provincial RCMP cuts.
Irene Brown speaks at the PoCo legion's announcement about changes to its liquor licence on Thursday.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:46 pm
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