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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Recycle Drop-Off Day in Port Coquitlam Apr. 21

Port Coquitlam residents doing their spring cleaning will be able to drop off plastic bags, glass containers, electronics, small appliances and other recyclables at...

Man Wanted for Assaulting Police Officer in Port Coquitlam

Coquitlam RCMP are asking for your help finding a 36-year-old Burnaby man who is wanted for Assaulting a Peace Officer with a Weapon, Dangerous...

Constable Scarecrow to Watch Port Coquitlam Roads

New Coquitlam RCMP Traffic Officer does not sleep and works for free The newest member of the Coquitlam RCNP traffic section is aiming to make...

Candidate Questions: PoCo Arts

What do Your Poco Mayor and Council Candidates think about the arts?  If you are looking to decide who best represents your needs in...

Police incident ends safely with one person apprehended

Nobody is hurt and one person has been apprehended after a police incident involving a firearm. The call came in to police just before 3:30 p.m....

Leonard De Julius New Principal at Archbishop Carney

Rev. Matthew To and the Regional Education Committee are pleased to announce that Mr. Leonard De Julius has been appointed Principal, Archbishop Carney Regional...

Friday Poll: Vote for Your PoCo 2018 Candidates

This is of course a very unscientific internet poll done for amusement purposes only. It allows one vote per email address. This one day...

Canabis Culture Closes Port Coquitlam Store

PoCo City successful in banning pot sales Looks like the fines, raids and bylaw changes achieved the City of Port Coquitlam's goal. The store that...

Candidate Questions: Housing Affordability

Question to Mayor and Council Candidates Ideally what would you like to do to tackle housing affordability and what would you like to see the...

Knit-bombing some lucky PoCo Trees along the Donald Walkway

PoCo Heritage Trees did some "Knit-Bombing" along the Donald Walkway to raise awareness of Port Coquitlam's trees and their exhibit "The Secret Life of...

Give Port Coquitlam Your ‘Pawsition’ on Shared Off-Leash Areas

Port Coquitlam residents and park users have until Sept. 24 to give their “pawsition” on adding shared off-leash areas to select parks and trails. To...

Art Focus Creates Mural for Tri-Cities Kidney Dialysis Clinic

Members of Art Focus Artists' Association have created a  very large mural to embellish & enliven the front wall of the Tri-Cities Kidney Dialysis...

Coquitlam and PoCo Differ on Homeless Shelter

The opening of the homeless shelter at 3030 Gordon on the border of Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam has brought challenges for both communities. Residents who...

Death on PoCo Trail by Hyde Creek Centre

The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team is working with Coquitlam RCMP after a man died behind the Hyde Creek Recreation Centre.     https://twitter.com/HomicideTeam/status/830850598337540096   https://twitter.com/HomicideTeam/status/830815698163163137 https://youtu.be/Qjk-6_9JZmE   http://www.straight.com/news/868216/homicide-investigators-probe-death-port-coquitlam   http://globalnews.ca/news/3244188/ihit-investigates-suspicious-death-on-popular-port-coquitlam-trail/ http://www.metronews.ca/news/vancouver/2017/02/12/homicide-officers-investigating-suspicious-death-in-port-coquitlam-b-c.html http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/ihit-death-poco-trail-1.3979117 http://www.news1130.com/2017/02/12/ihit-investigating-suspicious-death-port-coquitlam/  

Elwood Poorman charged with the homicide of Jonathon Shingoose on Nov. 4th

From the IHIT Twitter feed. 2ND DEGREE MURDER charge laid against Elwood Poorman in the homicide of Jonathon Shingoose from Nov4th in #PortCoquitlam. Poorman will...

The Other Press: Douglas College Alumni Priscilla Omulo Running for Port Coquitlam Council

The Douglas College Media recently interviewed alumni Priscilla Omulo about her run for Port Coquitlam Council. Priscilla Omulo, who graduated with a BA in psychology...

Solicitor-General Mike Farnworth – Use Your Power Wisely, Don’t Become a Statistic

Here's a column by Port Coquitlam MLA Mike Farnworth that appeared in Fort St. John's Energitic City.ca With great power comes great responsibility – but...

PoCo municipal elections: all you need to know

From the Riverside's Eddy an article by Riley Birchak examining the contenders in the October 20th Port Coquitlam Election. The importance of voting in municipal...

Bruce Richardson to Run for PoCo School Trustee

Bruce Richardson, a retired School District 43 electrical foreman, has announced his bid for one of two PoCo trustee seats in the Oct. 20...

Nancy McCurrach Running for Council Again

After just missing a Port Coquitlam Council seat in 2014, Nancy McCurrach has announced she is running again. Website:  https://nancy4portcoquitlam.ca/ Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/nmccurrach4POCOCityCouncil/ McCurrach, who campaigned for a city council...

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