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The city of Coquitlam is seeking input from industrial and commercial property owners as part of its review and consolidation of its industrial zones.
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The Tri-Cities' board of education is giving Education Minister Peter Fassbender some food for thought as he works his way through one of most stalemated teachers' disputes in B.C.'s history.
Coquitlam city staff were given a long, loud public spanking Monday for proposing that the decaying, 45-yearold field house at busy Mundy Park be replaced with a $1.75 million multi-use building that would be in place in time for the 2016 BC Seniors Summer Games.
A local First Nation is acting on a recent court ruling to try and lay claim to the Riverview lands.
The annual event marks the mid-point of the summer and will feature gourmet salmon from Wild West Coast Seafood, rolls from Gesundheit Bakery, organic salad greens from Olera Farms of Langley, beverages from Kics Lemonade, salad dressing from the Vinegar Works and condiments from Aji Gourmet Products Musical entertainment will be provided by ... (more)
Instagram users share their snapshots as they soak up the sun this week on the beach, at the PNE, in parks and at the ballgame.
Coquitlam is considering changes to its street and traffic bylaw that would outlaw skateboarding and longboarding, among other things, on city streets and sidewalks.
A pair of cheque scam incidents this week has Coquitlam RCMP asking for anyone else who has been defrauded to contact them.
It's always cool to hang out at the library, and all schoolage children are invited for story times and activities at Coquitlam's two branches.
Coquitlam wants Metro Vancouver to delay a decision on a controversial $500-million regional garbage incinerator for three years - and to produce a "current and comprehensive" business and environmental case in the meantime.
Angel Wolfe, whose mother, Brenda Wolfe was murdered by Robert Pickton, submitted a letter to the parliamentary committee saying, "I believe that Bill C-36 will save vulnerable women like my mom."
Board chair Melissa Hyndes expressed hope for 'a miracle' to resolve the teachers' labour dispute before school resumes in the fall.
Felicia Allen wants to spread the word about the plight of standardbred horses. In celebration of national Standardbred Horse Day, the club will be hosting a family fun day at Epona Stable on 3323 Devon Road in Port Coquitlam from 11 a.m to 4 p.m on July 13. Learn more at www.standardbredfanclub.com Photo by: Lisa King/NOW
A deacon from St. Laurence Anglican Church says he is concerned about a lack of affordable housing in Coquitlam and wants the city to create incentives for developers to build more rental units.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 05:41 am
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