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Housing sales moderately increased while average pricing becomes lower than the same month last year. BC Real Estate Association (BCREA) Chief Economist Cameron Muir reports September 2011 housing market statistics.   Muir says that the decline in pricing is a result of significant spike in sales...
11/08/2011
The City of Port Moody is a growing community of more than 33,000 residents, on the west of the Burrard inlet. Just 30 minutes away from Vancouver and 45 minutes away from the US boarder. Little was known in the city until it was assigned as the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Rail in 1886. Alth...
11/07/2011
One client from Victoria just asked me how actually safe it is to live in Port Moody. Well, rather than telling tall tales about Port Moody, I quickly went into digging about the topic, and here is what I got. I found the numbers interesting so might as well as to share it you too.The City of Por...
11/07/2011
Port Moody has plenty of recreation and nature parks to boast of. From the mountain trails to the waterfront, every community has a park -no matter how big or small. Here are the top five parks to try every weekend.Rocky Point Park is the city’s best known park and a popular tourist destination ...
11/07/2011
It is entirely common to see a bear roam in urban areas in search of food. Bears had long associated people with garbage as food source, specially when humans encroach near natural bear habitat. Bears are incredibly smart. One meal from a garbage bin is enough make a bear a regular visitor. Once ...
11/02/2011
Last year, burglary fell second of crimes committed around Port Moody area, came in just next to small-time mischief. Home invasions had been increasing in British Columbia for the past 5 years. In such cases, panicking or paranoia will never help. Take up proper measures in order to protect our...
11/02/2011
Port Coquitlam, BC. Residents are now on another weight-loss challenge. This time the goal is not by pounds, but by tonnes. We are talking about reducing waste that goes in to the landfills and divert it green and blue carts at home.Last year alone, 1,863 tonnes of waste (26% less) was diverted ...
11/02/2011
Andie* was divorced at 28 with two little children ages 6 and 4, her own parents where completely worried. Even if the father regularly sent in child support, she was financially vulnerable. She spent the next 12 years working odd jobs so that she can provide with the essentials. Now, she and he...
11/01/2011
The city of Port Coquitlam offers a diversity of job opportunities that offer competitive compensation and benefit packages. The city is located an hour away from Vancouver, neighboring with other booming cities and is clustered into TriCities area. Aiming to balance career to the other aspects ...
11/01/2011
A big city with a small-town feel, that is Port Coquitlam. You can find exciting things to do and never get bored still. Below are the top 5 things to do in your spare time while staying in PoCo. The best part is that you don’t need to spend as much to get these in your to-do list.   1. Take the ...
11/01/2011
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