Tri-City News

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 Coquitlam puts pot 'superstore' on hold

Council concerned about size of BC Cannabis proposal but province says half the space for training, offices

Port Moody's Westport Village goes to public hearing

Despite many supporters at meeting, Port Moody council has concerns

Coquitlam tweaks housing regs to encourage more density

A broader range of smaller, more affordable housing units could be on the way in southwest Coquitlam after council approved changes Monday to the city’s Housing Choices Program. The five bylaw...

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...

Condo owners face challenges for EV charging

Cost can be prohibitive so it's buyer beware, says the executive director of the Condominium Home Owners Association

Port Moody buys property to expand Rocky Point Park

The city of Port Moody has bought a one-acre industrial lot on Murray Street for $3.9 million with the goal of eventually expanding Rocky Point Park. The money for the purchase came from the city’s...

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...

Coquitlam wants compensation for Trans Mountain Pipeline

City anticipates having to pay millions in maintenance costs over the years and Mayor Richard Stewart says city taxpayers shouldn't be on the hook