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UnOfficial Community Plan passes 3rd reading (again), back to MetroVan (again)

The OCP process has unfortunate optics of reactively dousing ‘fires’ as problems are identified.

In the spring of 2014, after its first (and typically only) public hearing, the unofficial community plan was sent to the regional district (Metro Vancouver/GVRD) and other external stakeholders. 412 more words

The Cherry on Top

Spring is such an incredible shift in energy and nature. While the rest of Canada and northern USA may be hearing the early whispers of spring, here in Metro Vancouver we are already saying good bye to cherry blossom season. 206 more words

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Challenges for Vancouver's Tri-Cities Immigrants

According to a new survey, the estimated 2,100 immigrants settling in Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Port Coquitlam every year, face significant challenges. Among the top areas of concern are: language, healthcare and social isolation. Read more.

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Again All On The Public's Dime

Yet another example of the Conservatives’ shameless use of public resources for partisan political promotional purposes was provided today (March 25, 2015) by Candice Bergen’s (the Minister of State for Social Development) announcement of… 778 more words

Election 2015

Surreal 

the reality of me leaving BC is getting closer. Home is being inspected, I have 2 buyers wanting to live in my house.  Most would be jumping for joy!   172 more words

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Evolution of an Official Community Plan (OCP) — what's next?

Confusion, whack-a-mole, lawsuit, …

From March 2014: OCP — Quick facts, and a question

Public hearing — Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Materials posted on city website for March 24th include: 759 more words

Moody Centre designated heritage character area — ??

2830 St. George St., Port Moody – SOLD

Just one example of land assembly for redevelopment, London Pacific.

Port Moody Centre, ranked #1 neighbourhood in greater Vancouver by… 46 more words