Tri-City News

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

Port Moody council will look at monster homes issue

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

Six-storey apartment complex OK'd for downtown PoCo

A fourplex in downtown Port Coquitlam will be razed to make way for a six-storey apartment block.

Coquitlam business slammed for posting photo of KKK cans, 'lynched' beer bottle

A Coquitlam delivery company has been slammed on social media for posting a picture of three beer cans "wearing" white paper hoods with a brown beer bottle hanging from a noose.  The photo, posted...

Coquitlam realtor faces discipline over unexpected $17k roof assessment

A Coquitlam realtor was reprimanded for failing to review strata documents that led to his client being hit with an unexpected $17,000 property assessment within weeks of buying a Port Moody...

New Coquitlam park will be 1.5 times the size of Stanley Park

A draft management plan for a closed regional park reserve in northeast Coquitlam will be open for public comment this summer. This week, the Metro Vancouver parks committee green-lighted the second...

Ten towers proposed for Coquitlam site

Marcon has preliminary plans for 2,800 market units, 900 rental, office tower on Coquitlam Chrysler site

More density eyed for Coquitlam's SkyTrain corridor

Some neighbourhoods hoping for towers likely won't get them

No rental zoning for Port Moody

A bylaw that would see four properties restricted as rental only has not gone ahead

Port Coquitlam looks at PoCo Place towers, a new Pitt River community

Two major projects that would add another 5,000 residents to Port Coquitlam’s borders were pitched by developers this week. Tuesday, at the city’s committee of council, Marwest Development Corp. and...