Links: Of course New West wants to point the Pattullo to Coquitlam

Rubens Shoes fundraiser Port Moody

With the Evergreen Line quickly going up all around us, the land use plans that are being discussed today will shape the community for generations to come. The City of Coquitlam is looking for input on a combined Burquitlam Lougheed Neighbourhood Plan.

New West says six-lane Pattullo should go between Coquitlam and Surrey. Of course New West does. It’s not like we don’t already have a big bridge between Surrey and Coquitlam.

Wheel 2 Heal is coming up on May 3rd. It’s a bike ride to raise money for the Eagle Ridge Hospital Foundation. One of the cyclists who took part in years past was Jasmin Glaesser, who is now an Olympic medallist.

Speaking of local charities, Ruben’s Shoes has grown from donating shoes to building schools in Dominican Republic. On May 10th they are holding a fundraiser at the Old Mill Boathouse.

After what seems like many years and thousands of meetings, Port Moody has finally approved the new official community plan.

Average Joe’s Cycling Blog has a new post about cycling shoreline trail in Port Moody.

MLA Selina Robinson has been busy, and has an update for April on her blog.

Finally, he is a Tri-Cities institution, and my son has been one of the thousands of kids he has taught over the years at Place Des Arts. Here’s a story from Shaw TV about Mr. I’s Musical Rainbow.

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