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Monday, April 22, 2019

Recycle Your Christmas Tree & More Over the Holidays – Jan. 5-6

Once the holiday season is behind us, Port Coquitlam residents only need to make one stop to recycle their Christmas tree, lights, gift packaging,...

Watch for New Bus Benches in Port Coquitlam

Bus benches around Port Coquitlam are being upgraded and up to 100 more will be installed as part of the city’s latest revenue-generation deal. The...

Port Coquitlam Expands Seating at Craft Breweries

More customers may be able to sample the wares at Port Coquitlam craft breweries and distilleries following changes to city regulations last night. Following a...

Dec. 7 – 20 CompStat Alert Dowtown Port Coquitlam

From Reeve St in the West to Mary Hill Rd in the east and from Whyte Ave in the north to Lobb Ave in...

Kwayhquitlum Teacher Hit By Car at Corner of Prairie and Flint

From the Tri-City News A counsellor and youth worker are visiting classes at Kwayhquitlum middle school today, Thursday,...

Coast Salish Art on Display at the Riverview Lands

KFN Enterprises LP (KFNE) announced today that its Utility Boxes Wrap project at the Riverview Lands is complete. Each of the 11 utility boxes which...

New Biz Hub is a One-stop Shop for Businesses

 Doing business in Port Coquitlam is easier than ever with the introduction of the city’s new Biz Hub. Officially launched at the PoCo Best Biz...

Get Prepared for Winter Weather

With temperatures dropping this week, Port Coquitlam residents are advised to make sure they are prepared for the winter weather. City snow and ice removal The...

Watch Your Mailbox for Scenic Port Coquitlam 2019 Calendar

Port Coquitlam’s natural beauty, captured by local photographers, is featured in the 2019 city calendar that will start arriving in mailboxes this week. The city’s...

Mayor Brad West Calls Out Premier Horgan About Overdose Crisis (Updated)

Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West has been steadfast in his call for a public inquiry into the overdose crisis despite Premier John Horgans rejection...

Port Coquitlam’s Tiger Arms Owner Linked to RCMP Transnational Drug Trafficking Investigation

A Global News story about an RCMP investigation into “transnational drug trafficking” has a Port Coquitlam connection. 56-year-old Rongxiang “Tiger” Yuan... is one of the so-called...

Port Coquitlam firefighter Will Brodie on Movember

News 1130 has a story about Port Coquitlam firefighter Will Brodie and the importance of Movember for raising money for prostrate cancer and mental...

Port Coquitlam man charged for poppy donation-box theft

A three-week investigation into a poppy donation-box theft at a Coquitlam library has resulted in charges against a Port Coquitlam man. A warrant has been...

Mayor Brad West Calls for Public Inquiry Into Opioid Crisis

From Global News Port Coquitlam Mayor Brad West is calling for a public inquiry into the opioid crisis and its ties to overseas organized crime...

Kwikwetlem Sign Business Park Lease with Canada and ISC

The @Kwikwetlem signed their lease with Canada and ISC for the Kwikwetlem Business Park!!! Councilor John & Councilor Fred with Mike McDonald of @ClarkWilsonLLP...

Questions About Pickton Victim’s Remains

Jeremy Hainsworth of Glacier Media has a series of articles on the mishandling of Robert Pickton victim's remains. Some of the remains of convicted B.C....

19th Annual Hyde Creek Salmon Festival Wrap Up

Many thousands of people came out to the 19th Annual Hyde Creek Salmon Festival on Sunday November 18th at Hyde Creek Recreation Centre. Here's a...

PoCo doggy data sharing leads to privacy breach, credit problems

A troubling tale of how improperly used government data can lead to huge problems. From the Vancouver Courier. It is a shaggy dog tale of...

Newslight: 10 Most Dangerous Places to Drive in Port Coquitlam

Newslight has looked at ICBC data from 2013 to 2017 and compiled the 10 locations with the most accidents in Port Coquitlam. The top 3...

Port Coquitlam to Receive $817,613 from BC Government in Lieu of Services

Annual grants support local services British Columbians in 53 communities will benefit from almost $16 million paid by the Province to local governments in lieu...

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