Tri-City News

Deal struck, no SkyTrain shutdown

11th-hour deal averts strike

$31 million Port Moody rail project worries environmentalists

The project application is currently under review by the Port of Vancouver, a process likely to wrap up by early next year

Worker dies at CP Rail yard in Port Coquitlam

A Canadian Pacific Railway locomotive engineer died at the Port Coquitlam rail yard Monday night under circumstances the union representing the worker says “are unclear at this stage.” The...

Bars, restaurants and a school included in new Coquitlam City Centre plan

Latest draft document shows how Coquitlam's central shopping hub will transform into a regional downtown over the next 25 years

NDP, Zarrillo granted vote recount in Port Moody-Coquitlam

NDP's Bonita Zarrillo was defeated by Conservative Nelly Shin by 153 votes, the tightest race in the 2019 federal election

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

Drop the price of weed, Green Party says

Among the Green Party’s 2019 election promises are several measures designed to remove impediments to the production and sale of Cannabis

Coquitlam wants costs as Trans Mountain construction looms

Underground methane gas lines and recovering costs for work around the pipeline among the city's concerns as construction gets underway

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...