2 hrs ago
Historic Booth Farm is eyed for preservation
The city of Coquitlam is looking to save a 112-year-old farmhouse that once hosted community picnics and other large gatherings.
7 hrs ago
PoCo 'sorry' for peat moss on homeless camp
By Gary McKenna - The Tri-City News Published: June 18, 2013 1:00 PM Updated: June 18, 2013 1:14 PM Port Coquitlam bylaw manager Dan Scoones is apologizing after staff in his department dumped peat moss in an area where a homeless man was known to camp.
10 hrs ago
Burnaby News Leader
Burnaby's 3 NDP MLAs get shadow cabinet posts
Raj Chouhan won't have a gavel but he'll be the New Democrats' man in black with the power to keep provincial politicians under control while the legislature is in session.
14 hrs ago
Red River Ex introduces healthy midway eats
Crunchy fresh carrots and bean sprouts top pad thai by Salt Spring Noodle Bar. The B.C. based concession is one of several healthier food options at the Red River Exhibition this year.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Two men get 18 years for manslaughter after body of business...
Two men who killed a business associate, stuffed his body into the trunk of a car and abandoned it have been sentenced to 18 years in prison.
Family of PoCo murder victim say they're skeptical of what...
Timothy Langmead was murdered in 1994 by two men who were ripping off a Port Coquitlam marijuana grow operation where he worked as a gardener.
Canadian Woman Films Black Bears Fighting in Driveway
Depending on where you live, bears could be considered one of the more problematic nuisance animals homeowners could ever encounter, and a recent video posted to YouTube explains why.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
A stitch in time
Vancouver artist Natalie Purschwitz will open her exhibit on Saturday at Coquitlam's Evergreen Cultural Centre that looks at trends, collecting, textiles and the imbedded history in objects.
New Westminster Newsleader
ICBC sues 46 for car vandalism at Stanley Cup riot
Rioters in downtown Vancouver prepare to flip a car on June 15, 2011, following the Canucks loss in the Stanley Cup final.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Venus and Serena Trailer
Between 1995 and 2001, serial killer Robert "Willie" Pickton killed at least six Canadian women.
Trio of bears on the prowl in Port Coquitlam as sightings climb
A group of seven transient killer whales dropped by Vancouver's harbour on June 14, 2013, giving tourists and locals alike a rare treat.
Lane closures begin Wednesday in Coquitlam at Guildford and Pinetree
Evergreen Cultural Centre in Coquitlam will get a new parking lot entrance in preparation for the coming of the Evergreen Line's Lafarge Lake-Douglas Station in 2016.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Port Coquitlam used chicken fertilizer to drive away homeless man
The city of Port Coquitlam says two bylaw enforcement officers were out of line when they spread chicken fertilizer where a homeless man typically camped in an effort to drive him away.
NDP names critics to take on Lake and Stone
Opposition New Democrat Leader Adrian Dix has announced major changes to his shadow cabinet in an effort to hold Premier Christy Clark and her Liberal government to account for their election promises and record.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Camp site covered up
In a situation that reeks like the one that blew up in Abbotsford last week, officials in Port Coquitlam now find themselves having to explain why fertilizer was dumped on a homeless camp earlier this month.
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Coffee with: Alberni RCMP inspector living his childhood dream
By Christopher Sun - Alberni Valley News Published: June 14, 2013 2:00 PM Updated: June 14, 2013 2:42 PM Ask a young boy what he wants to be when he grows up and chances are "policeman" or "fireman" will be one of the top two responses.
Port Coquitlam's Norman Nelson
Port Coquitlam's Norman Nelson says while there was a big learning curve to his first Ride to Conquer Cancer, he's eager to pick up the pace in his second tour.
Coquitlam shooting leaves 2 injured
A man and woman were taken to hospital with gunshot wounds after a double shooting in Coquitlam, B.C. Thursday night.
Mounties search for motive as man and woman hurt in double shooting in Coquitlam
The average price of arable acreage in the province has climbed substantially since 2005, while less acreage is available for sale due to buyer hoarding, says a new report by Landcor Data.
Field & Stream
Black Bears Shot After Battle in Suburban Driveway
A homeowner in Coquitlam, British Columbia recently filmed two wild black bears fighting in her driveway.