Links: Priciest houses in the Tri-Cities, and We’re Number 3!

BC Assessment Priciest Houses Tri-Cities

The beginning of the year brings the BC Housing Assessments. While looking at the value of your own house is somewhat interesting, the real action is looking at the value of our neighbour’s houses. Turns out the most expensive single-family homes in the Tri-Cities are found in Belcarra. Of course as our supporter John Grasty […]

Top 5 Tri-Cities Stories of 2014

Top 5 stories of 2014 in the Tri-Cities

We’re coming to the end of the year here in the Tri-Cities, and 2014 has been a year of transitions. Things beginning. Things ending. There were certainly a lot of things to talk about. So I’ve gone back through the archives of the links posts, and I now proudly bring to you my completely unscientific […]

Links: Is Ioco really a Heritage Site?

Ioco townsite Port Moody

So the old Ioco townsite is slowly sliding back into the earth. The Port Moody Heritage Society are not happy with the way Imperial Oil, who owns the property, has been maintaining the property. Back in 2002 Ioco was designated a heritage conservation area, which says that Imperial Oil is in charge of maintaining the […]

Links: The End of an Era

Lou Sekora Coquitlam retirement

Well the 2014 civic election is in the books. After many weeks of campaigning, door knocking, going to all candidates meetings, and listening to all of our complaints about sorting our recycling – I want to thank every candidate who ran for office. It’s not easy to put yourself out there, and it’s certainly harder […]

TriCityVotes: Mayoral Debates and Advance Polls Mayoral Debates Coquitlam Port Moody

Civic Election 2014 is coming on November 15th. The election signs are proliferating and the all-candidates meetings are taking place. When it comes to elections, it’s best to vote early and vote often. Well, maybe just the early part. Visit to find out the advance poll times for every municipality in the Tri-Cities. Coquitlam […] is back for the 2014 Civic Election Port Moody Port Coquitlam Coquitlam

A little over a month remains before we all head to the polls to choose our civic representatives on Saturday, November 15th. If you go to any event throughout the Tri-Cities over the next month, you will probably see more candidates hanging around than regular citizens. This election cycle is different in that civic terms […]

Links: And They’re Off!

Coquitlam Port Moody Mayor Race 2014

We’re two months away from the 2014 Civic Election. Always a fun time for me and maybe around 20% of you. It’s early days, but we’re already gearing up for some interesting races. In Coquitlam former mayor and longtime councillor Lou Sekora is going to run for mayor against Richard Stewart. I for one can’t […]

What’s Happening in the Tri Cities: Open Houses, Terry Fox Run and Public Meetings

Terry Fox Run 2014 Port Coquitlam Port Moody Coquitlam Anmore Belcarra

Check out this week’s calendar – the Terry Fox Run, some Open Houses for the arts and two public meetings on the environment. More events in The V3H Events Calendar. What: Coquitlam Foundation AGM When:  Thursday, September 11 from 7:00 – 9:00pm Where:   Coquitlam Library – City Centre Branch, 1169 Pinetree Way (map) The […]

Links: It won’t be called the Evergreen Line?

Evergreen Line Name Change

So maybe it won’t be called the Evergreen Line after all? News broke this week that perhaps Translink won’t name the new SkyTrain line the Evergreen. The final configuration of how the lines will flow together hasn’t been completely decided yet, but what is looking likely is that the Evergreen Line will actually be an […]

Links: Port Moody Pay Parking Punted

Parking Rocky Point Park Port Moody

It seems we weren’t the only ones complaining about the proposed pay parking strategy at Rocky Point Park. The plan is now on hold with the thinking being the plan will resurface next year with public input. Let’s hope this isn’t just a way to avoid doing something unpopular in an election year. The blog […]

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