Archives for May 2009

Garbage Collection Changing in Port Moody

Starting on June 29, garbage collection in Port Moody will change dramatically. The city will move collection in-house, taking over from International Paper Industries, and will implement an automated system. Residents with curbside collection will receive three bear-resistant carts – one for regular household waste, one for recyclables, and one green bin for yard waste […]

Video from the 2009 Wearable Art Awards

For those of you who didn’t get out to the Wearable Art Awards on May 9th and 10th, here’s a video posted on Youtube. Display continues until June 28th

Cycling Documentary Benefit in Coquitlam this Friday

Rubber Side Down, a documentary about the cycling journey across Canada to benefit the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada is in Coquitlam on Friday.

Coquitlam Farmer’s Market Opens Pocket Market in Port Moody

The Coquitlam Farmers Market is expanding with a smaller market in Port Moody

Kin’s Farm Market Grand Opening this Sunday

Newport Village has a new green grocer in town, and they’re kicking open their doors with a Grand Opening celebration this Sunday.

Golden Spike Days need your help

The Golden Spike Days Festival, the premiere event of the summer in Port Moody, is looking for volunteers to help put on the event.

Pajo’s Fish and Chips at Rocky Point

It’s the Victoria Day long weekend! This marks the traditional kick-off to summer here on the West Coast, so we’re all heading outside. When it’s not pouring rain, that is. Nothing says summer like a picnic in the park. To facilitate the picnicking everyone’s favourite fish ‘n chip place, Pajo’s, will be open daily from […]

We’ve got new MLAs!

The Tricities have new MLAs after the provincial election. But nobody came to vote, what can be done about it?

Bike to Work Week

It’s Bike to Work Week, and the Tri-Cities are supporting it with a bicycle commuter support station this Friday.

Election Day Tomorrow – A Rough Field Guide

Everything you need to know to vote in tomorrow’s Provincial Election.

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