Mario Bartel

Pandemic presents challenges, new ideas for condo pre-sales

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the closure to walk-in customers of most sales centres for condo projects in the Lower Mainland

Even a pandemic can't stop Port Moody's beer scene from growing

Fraser Mills Fermentation will begin selling its first four beers — and one cider — in early May

Return to normal will require 'balance,' says Fraser Health’s top doc

Fraser Heath Authority's top doc, and its CEO, answered questions during an online town hall on Monday

Port Coquitlam web guru offers free help setting up online stores

Port Coquitlam's Nicholas Ram Media is helping small businesses get online and get through the global COVID-19 pandemic

Developer consortium says it was 'blindsided' by Port Moody mayor

Motion by Port Moody Mayor Rob Vagramov looks to curtail early plans by consortium of property owners and developers to transform Moody Centre commercial core

Fire in Port Moody’s historic core sends businesses scrambling

A devastating fire Sunday evening destroyed two buildings in Port Moody's historic commercial core on Clarke Street while two others were damaged by smoke and water. Kirk Heaven, deputy chief with...

Property owner committed to making vision for Westport Village a reality

While the foundation for a new gateway at the western end of Port Moody is beginning to set, it will still be several years before 10 new buildings begin to rise from the former Andrés Wines’ site at...

Port Moody condos to get public hearing

A 117-unit, six-storey condo development proposed for just east of the Shopper’s Drug Mart store on St. Johns Street in Port Moody will go to a public hearing July 23 — despite reservations expressed...

Condos proposed for Port Moody’s western entrance

It’s not quite the highrise future that was once envisioned for Port Moody’s western entrance, where the Barnet Highway, St. Johns Street and Clarke Road intersect, but a new condo development...

Port Moody council will look at monster homes issue

New homes are dwarfing neighbouring ones, obstructing views and creating ill will among neighbours