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6 hrs ago | The Richmond Review
The latest round of talks in a long-running labour dispute at IKEA have broken down, according to a spokesperson for the Swedish furniture retailer.
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10 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
Mary Hatch and Blaine Halina appear in Farside Theatre's It's A Wonderful Life - The Radio Play.
12 hrs ago | Tri-City News
Port Coquitlam council is OK with plans to build a telecommunications tower next to the CP Rail yard off Lougheed Highway but says a similar structure planned for Coast Meridian Road should be rejected.
14 hrs ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
On Monday, city council voted 5-4 against the bid by the Cactus Club on Lougheed Highway and Schoolhouse Street to have a liquor-primary licence, saying it didn't want to further blur the lines between restaurants and pubs or bars.
14 hrs ago | CBC News
Premier Christy Clark says she's disappointed B.C.'s new seniors' advocate had not been appointed, even though her government created the new position nine months ago.
In harmony: The Amabilis Singers, under the direction of Ramona Luengen, bring their Christmas Wish concert to the stage on Dec. 14. Photograph by: Contributed/ Burnaby NOW In harmony: The Amabilis Singers, under the direction of Ramona Luengen, bring their Christmas Wish concert to the stage on Dec. 14. Short story open mike, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at ... (more)
On Thursday, a B.C. Supreme Court jury in New Westminster found Darlene Daigle guilty of second-degree murder in the death 38-year-old Peter Markus.
A trial for a woman accused of killing a McLeod Lake man will be moved to Vancouver, a B.C. Supreme Court Justice has ruled.
Gingerbread, apple cider, crafts making and more will be offered as part of A Lantern Affair, which happens Saturday, Dec. 7 at Place Des Arts, Mackin House Museum and Gare de Fraser Mills Station.
A closer look and a tech tool resulted in a big bump to Coquitlam's tax rolls and an extra $700,000 on its bottom line.
The cover head for the tunnel-boring machine is lowered into an excavation pit. Photograph by: Photo courtesy Evergreen Line It's being hailed by the group building the Evergreen Line as a major milestone for the billion-dollar project.
Stuffed with a bratwurst sausage, Kobe beef, fresh lobster and garlic topped with truffles and tomatoes from the south of Italy, this is not your average Ball Park Frank.
I write for the purpose of advising you of a small but serious accident I became involved with in Mundy Park during off-leash dog hours on Friday, Nov. 22 at approximately 9:30 a.m. Unfortunately, this is an incident that I believe puts Coquitlam residents at some risk and warrants being brought to your attention.
In January 2004, the DNA of Crey's sister Dawn was found in the trailer where Robert Pickton lived in Port Coquitlam.
Students at Port Moody's Heritage Woods secondary will host their 10th annual seniors' Christmas tea at 1 p.m. Seniors are invited to enjoy a social afternoon with the teens and taste treats, view entertainment and have a chance to win prizes.