Welcome to the Tri-City area of BC! The Tri-City area combines the cities of Coquitlam. Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and the villages of Anmore and Belcarra. The Tri-Cities area is one of the fastest growing regions in Metro Vancouver. Presently, approximately 234,700 people reside within the region. This community’s steady growth and current status is evidenced by one of the largest malls in BC, a modern hospital, churches of numerous denominations, and an extensive range of community services. 

Bus service in the Tri-Cities is provided by TransLink. The West Coast Express, which runs from Downtown Vancouver to Mission stops at Port Coquitlam Station, Coquitlam Central Station and Port Moody Station. The evergreen line serves Lougheed Town Centre in Burnaby, and passes through the southwestern part of Coquitlam into Port Moody and central Coquitlam, where it terminates at Lafarge Lake–Douglas station.

 

With an effective system of public and private schools, and close proximity to various post secondary institutions, When referring to schools, residents commonly refer to the Tri-Cities as "District 43".

 

Learn more about these cites by clicking the logos

 

 

 

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Resource: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tri-Cities_(British_Columbia), http://tricitieschamber.com/resources/about-the-tri-cities/

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