Tri-City News

Deal brings 10-week Hard Rock casino strike to a close

The vote means more than 400 unionized employees will be heading back to work

Huge Coquitlam development project stirs up affordable housing worries

A massive redevelopment proposal in Burquitlam that is expected to provide homes for 6,000 people does not include enough subsidized and below-market rental residential units, according to a...

Concert Properties’ Burquitlam proposal gets first glance

As many as 6,000 new residents in eight towers, parks, YMCA, park-and-ride and community policing eyed for the project

First towers proposed for Port Moody’s St. Johns Street

Port Moody residents will get their first look on Jan. 31 at a mixed-use development proposed for the 3200-block of St. Johns Street. The Berezan Group, a Langley-based developer, is holding a...

Condos proposed for former Port Moody TV factory

The Panatch Group is presenting the latest proposal for the redevelopment of the former Chisholm Television factory site at 50 Electronic Ave. in Port Moody. The mixed-use development would consist...

First new Port Moody rental building in more than 30 years closer to reality

The first new rental building in Port Moody in more than 30 years is a step closer to getting built. The project, to be constructed by developer Woodbridge Properties on St. Johns Street just west of...

Court finds Vancouver bar partly liable for drunk driving crash

Vancouver’s Cambie Bar & Grill has been found partially liable in a drunk driving incident in Port Moody that left a man with brain damage. The judgement in BC Supreme Court means the Cambie...

Proposed Port Moody oceanfront community could bring thousands of new residents to the area

Plans for a new waterfront community in Port Moody could bring 7,000 people and more than 1,000 jobs to a scallop of land that for more than a century has been home to the Flavelle sawmill. Gone...

Coquitlam booze biz owners oppose grocery store rule changes

Pub and liquor store owners in Coquitlam say rule changes that would allow...

Coquitlam plans to boost development fees

Would add $3 per square for condos, $5,500 for typical new house