RBC Sports Day in Canada

RBC Sports Day in Canada Tri-Cities

RBC Sports Day in Canada is coming up on Saturday, November 29, 2014. It’s a national celebration of the power of sport to build community and get Canadians moving. In the week leading up to and including November 29, the City of Coquitlam will be celebrating across the community with free try-it activities like yoga, […]

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 […]

KidSport Tri-Cities Used Sports Equipment Sale

KidSport Tri-Cities Swap Meet

There are two things we know for sure about kids. First, sports are a great way to keep active and have fun. Second, kids grow really quickly. So when the time for fall sports rolls around it gets really expensive to gear them up every year. The best way to save some money is to […]

Play On Tri-Cities

Hockey Night in Canada’s Play On! is excited to announce that for the sixth year, Canada’s Largest Street Hockey Tournament will visit the Lower Mainland in British Columbia during the weekend of June 7-8, 2014 on the streets outside Coquitlam Centre. The tournament is a team pre-registration event, featuring recreational and competitive 4-on-4 street hockey […]

Tae Geuk Taekwondo: Kickin’ it in the Tri-Cities

Tae Geuk Taekwondo has been around for over 18 years in Port Moody. In that time it has spawned a few junior and senior Olympians as well as a number of accomplished competitors in various tournaments at provincial, national and international levels. Master Lim is an accomplished competitor both as a participant and as a […]

(Not So) Secret Cycles

Secret Cycles exterior

Observant residents will have noticed a new outdoor store in town. Secret Cycles has moved from its oh-so-secret location tucked away off Barnet Highway in Coquitlam to a brand new, highly visible store in Port Moody on St. John’s Street, just in time for the start of cycling season. Canny commuters and weekend warriors will […]

Fencing in Port Moody

Have you ever felt the need to shout the phrase en garde? Wanted to learn to fence? Fight with swords? Did that need ever get so strong, that you spent the time allocated to hikes sword fighting with a tall strong Douglas Fir tree using a stick that you found, thus attracting attention of other […]

Get your Hockey Fix in the Tri-Cities

Port Moody Hockey Tri-Cities

With the current lockout in the NHL, the end of the CFL season and a lack of other sports, it looks like December will be one dreary month. It’s grey, gloomy and very sad outside. If you find yourself to be one of those who are experiencing hockey withdrawal, you might want to turn to […]

Links – UBCM gets off to a high start

Union of BC Municipalities Convention

This week is the Union of BC Municipalities convention. Many of our civic politicians are there to catch up with their counterparts, get some good or not so good ideas, and make resolutions that are ignored by senior members of government. On Wednesday, the UBCM voted in favour of decriminalizing marijuana. I’ve spoken out in […]

Links – Coquitlam Transit Development Open Houses

Transit Oriented Development Strategy Coquitlam

The Evergreen Line is coming, and it’s time to start really planning. The City of Coquitlam is putting together a Transit-Oriented Development Strategy. Here’s a video detailing what it’s all about. This week they’ll be holding a couple of open houses you may want to check out… Burquitlam Date: Thursday, June 21, 2012 Time: 5:00p.m. […]

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