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The Tri-Cities area is an informal grouping of three adjacent suburban cities and two villages in the north-east sector of Metro Vancouver.


With its thriving town centre, growing retail and business sector and a host of tourism activities, Coquitlam is a dynamic city with a commitment to community-based living. Coquitlam offers the vibrant action of a growing city combined with a beautiful natural setting boasting abundant parks and green space, along with arts and cultural venues and multiple recreational facilities. Visitors are welcomed, businesses excel and residents are valued, making Coquitlam a true city of choice. For more information about Coquitlam, please go to the city's website Here  


Port Moody is the City of the Arts! Port Moody is located at the head of the Burrard Inlet and at the foot of Eagle Mountain. A vibrant city of 30,000+, Port Moody is located just an easy 40 minute drive from both downtown Vancouver and the US border and just steps from seaside parks, mountain trails and lakes. If the outdoors beckons you, Port Moody is definitely the place to be. Surrounded by ocean, mountains and lakes, Port Moody is the ideal getaway for a day of fresh air and fun.
Port Moody is now thriving, with industries supporting a growing residential community, and strives to harmonize the natural environment without surpressing economy and quality of life. Businesses are still attracted to Port Moody's railroad and harbour, as well as retail and service businesses. For more information about Port Moody, please go to the city's website Here 


Port Coquitlam is centrally located in the Lower Mainland between the Fraser, Pitt and Coquitlam rivers.  With over 266 hectares of parkland within its borders, the community offers an extensive system of outdoor trails perfect for cycling, hiking and leisurely walks. It is an easy drive into Vancouver via the Lougheed or Trans Canada highways and an comfortable commute on the West Coast Express train.  The city is within 60 minutes driving distance of the US border, Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and BC Ferries. One of the fastest growing areas in the Lower Mainland, Port Coquitlam offers an abudance of business opportunities. It is a small town with all the amenities of a large urban centre.  Industrial and commercial land is reasonably priced, easily accessible and well serviced. Specialized manufacturing alone employs more than 13,000 people. Supporting and promoting economic growth continues to be a primary community focus. The authentic downtown centre is complete with a main street lined with maple trees and decorative street lamps. Specialty shops, restaurants and small business establishments abound. Port Coquitlam is a warm and caring community committed to providing a desirable, safe place to live and raise a family. For more information about Port Coquitlam, please go to the city's website Here