The City of Port Moody has issued an update about the Moody Street Overpass. They are going to a counterflow system during the morning and evening rush as they work on fixing it. Starting Monday June 29, single-lane counterflow traffic will be implemented across the damaged Moody St Overpass. From 5am to 12pm (noon) there… [Continue Reading]
Tense moments this week as a garbage truck slammed into the Moody Street Overpass, taking a sizable chunk of the bridge out and creating traffic gridlock throughout Port Moody. Luckily nobody was hurt, but this critical road link is leaving a lot of people and events scrambling to put new plans into action. On Friday,… [Continue Reading]
Wednesday July 1 is Canada’s 142nd birthday, and there is a lot going on in and around the V3H in honour of the occasion.
The BC Highland Games and Scottish Festival goes this Saturday, June 27th at Percy Perry Stadium at Town Centre Park.
This Thursday, the Howe Sound Rehabilitation Services Society is hosting the annual BBQ in the Park
This Sunday June 21 is Father’s Day. And there are lots of fun events going on in and around the V3H to celebrate Dad, or just give us all a chance to get out and have some fun to kick off summer. June 19-21 is BC’s Family Fishing Weekend. A local event will be running… [Continue Reading]
If you’re heading to the Port Moody Library to pick up a book or two, or if you haven’t paid your property taxes in years and need to make good before the upcoming tax sale, you’ll find yourself in the Port Moody Civic Centre. While they say you can’t fight city hall, you can enjoy… [Continue Reading]
This week, the two outdoor pools in Port Moody, Westhill Pool and Rocky Point Pool, throw their doors open for the season.
Events in the V3H this weekend include Country Fair at Suter Brook Village, the Teddy Bear Picnic in Coquitlam, and Golden Ears Bridge Opening.
When most people think of touring around to look at historical buildings, it’s an activity we usually associate with a trip to Europe or the Middle East. What we sometimes forget is the breadth of the history that surrounds us everyday here in the Tri-Cities. For people like Bob Hare, history is all around us,… [Continue Reading]