Who is Edward Stanbrough? A cursory look at the Green Party of B.C.'s website suggests he was the party's candidate in Coquitlam-Maillardville, but other than that, he remains mostly a mystery.
Confusing language contained in a bylaw that would ban the use of both crossbows and bows and arrows in Port Coquitlam has been sent back to the drawing board.
PoCo council is backing the Cat & Fiddle Pub's push to extend its hours, despite hearing residents express concerns over noise and other issues. The pub's owner, meanwhile, says the business addresses concerns whenever it hears of them.
Mike Farnworth wasn't about to drop any hints about renewing his leadership aspirations two days after his party's shocking defeat.
An inadvertent "manual data entry" on the city's part is going to translate into an unexpected reprieve for Port Coquitlam taxpayers this year.
Mike Farnworth's political career officially entered its third decade on Tuesday night.
Despite his lack of political experience, Steve Kim claims his meal ticket lies in the people he's known and the people he's met.
Coquitlam's community granting process will likely have a new look when it comes time for the money to be handed out later this year.
There will be no anti-bullying bylaw in Port Coquitlam.
It carries the highest traffic volumes in Coquitlam and is considered a critical goods movement corridor, though it's also been the scene of more than 3,000 collisions in the last decade.
In just four short years, Rusty Johnson has triumphed over tri-tips, bested his briskets and perfected pulled pork.
Paul Geddes, the Libertarian Party candidate for Coquitlam-Burke Mountain, isn't pinning his hopes on election night victory. Instead, he's running for MLA to bring about a philosophical change to the idea of government.
There's been more than $200,000 directed toward a new dental clinic already, but it's virtually impossible to put a dollar figure on the benefits of a healthy set of teeth.
That's because Coquitlam city council and staff began hammering out details April 29 around new sign rules that will highlight a number of upcoming features in the newly developing neighbourhood, and others like it in the future.
It's considered ground-breaking technology that's used to ensure the ground doesn't break.
The Delmonicos on either side of Westwood Street have a lot to smile about.
The sights, sounds and species of Mundy Park are about to become interactive.
Outdoor pools, highway signage and bridge disputes - Tuesday's Coquitlam-Maillardville all-candidates meeting had a decidedly local feel to it.
They get a chance at an education they may not otherwise be able to afford.