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B.C. residents have received threatening letters claiming their lives are in danger.
The margarine for error was high, but they nailed it.
The dog walker is expected to make a full recovery.
"I respect and understand that the video may cause concern to the public," said RCMP Supt. Sean Maloney.
Canada Day is coming up, and while it's always fun to head to a huge celebration in a big city, it can also be a good time to get off the beaten (and crowded) path for a more relaxed and local experience. If you're craving a more laid-back Canada Day experience there are many options all over the country.
Unbeknownst to many, a gag was put on free expression across British Columbia. When the B.C. government called the byelections in the districts of Vancouver-Mount Pleasant and Coquitlam-Burke Mountain, public communication about many important issues suddenly became "election advertising."
Police in Coquitlam want to know why someone is running around naked on a local trail. RCMP received two separate sightings
Saturday was a good day for local democracy in B.C. As one person noted online: "First time in my life I've had to wait to vote in a local election....What the hell is going on?" What was going on was that voters were coming out of the woodwork by the thousands in towns and cities across B.C. and it seems that those who skipped 2011 had one thing on their mind this time.
Some members of a tiny B.C. First Nation are launching a class-action lawsuit against a chief who pocketed close to a million
Dudes, chill. That's what we imagine is going through the head of a large, lethargic black bear who has spent the last two
A Coquitlam teacher has resigned after an investigation revealed he often hugged girls in his class and allowed them to sit
An anger-prone gym instructor and an elementary school teacher who brought a knife to class have been reprimanded by the
One B.C. city is telling you what to do — and what not to do — with your pet's, well, doo doo. Coquitlam introduced an automated
Crushed by the news that her beloved dog, Romeo, had inoperable bone cancer, a Canadian woman decided to make sure his last
A 27-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of his sister, 33-year-old Maja Paderewska, who
As the search for 64-year-old Shin Ik Noh continues, his family are calling on the public to help. The Coquitlam man with
Think of it as an electoral echo. While many British Columbians are just getting over the election hangover from May's blockbuster BC Liberal comeback win, 13 municipalities are about to head into by-election mode. Four mayors and 10 councillors from 13 different communities were elected May 14th. A dozen BC Liberals, two New Democrats: all will need to be replaced in the coming weeks, triggering a series of expensive by-elections.
Coquitlam's mayor and some councillors are under fire for a stay in a ritzy downtown hotel during the Federation of Canadian
A petition with almost 2,500 signatures is calling on a Coquitlam seniors home to let residents keep their cats. The document