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Gave up on your financial resolutions yet? BBB tips to get back on track

Gave up on your financial resolutions yet? BBB tips to get back on track

Creating a personal budget, building an emergency fund and even starting can help you become more financially sound, the Better Business Bureau says.
More rental apartments being proposed for Port Moody

More rental apartments being proposed for Port Moody

Port Moody councillors largely approved of the project when they got their first look at the proposal in December 2022.
Headlines from the past: A Coquitlam book store where no order was too obscure, no magazine too niche

Headlines from the past: A Coquitlam book store where no order was too obscure, no magazine too niche

Cody Books moved to Coquitlam's Westwood Mall in 1981.
'A different approach to density': Port Moody councillor rails against plan for three downtown towers

'A different approach to density': Port Moody councillor rails against plan for three downtown towers

Vancouver-based developer Beedie Living is proposing to build three condo towers and a six-storey rental building in downtown Port Moody.
'It's not appropriate': Anmore mayor says village won't bow to pressure from developer

'It's not appropriate': Anmore mayor says village won't bow to pressure from developer

Anmore Mayor John McEwen was responding to assertion from Icona Properties that its plan to build 3,300 new homes could be in “jeopardy.”
Developer says its plan for a transformative project in Anmore is in 'jeopardy'

Developer says its plan for a transformative project in Anmore is in 'jeopardy'

Icona Properties wants to build 3,300 new homes on a 150-acre property it owns in the south part of Anmore.
Column: Federal taxes hurting B.C. wineries and craft brewers

Column: Federal taxes hurting B.C. wineries and craft brewers

Annual automatic tax hikes on alcohol should not be allowed, the Canadian Taxpayer's Federation claims.
Port Coquitlam to start flushing water mains today

Port Coquitlam to start flushing water mains today

Although the tap water may look, smell and taste different, it’s still safe to drink, the City of Port Coquitlam says.
BBB: Romance or risk? How to avoid scams as a 'sugar baby'

BBB: Romance or risk? How to avoid scams as a 'sugar baby'

Valentine's Day has come and gone, but love scams can pop up at any time.
Port Moody council to get first crack at 972-home downtown development proposal

Port Moody council to get first crack at 972-home downtown development proposal

The project, by Vancouver-based developer Beedie Living, would be comprised of three residential towers and a six-storey rental building.