Port Moody

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in Rocky Point Park phone +1 604 469-2289 tollfree fax hours Generally open 11AM-8PM during summer, hours variable at other times of the year price $5-15 food & drink content Good fish and chips, very enjoyable on nice day if you are at Rocky Point. *

Italian cuisine. Visited by many celebrities, definitely the most notable of Port Moody's restaurants. * Drink


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spike driven at Craigellachie on November 7, 1885 and a train arriving at Port Moody the next day. The first scheduled passenger transcontinental train arrived on July 4, 1886, a date which is still celebrated during Golden Spike Days. Real estate prices soared, but soon fell flat when a branch line was built to Vancouver in 1887. While many people lost a great deal of money and moved on, others, including real estate tycoon and ship captain, James A. Clarke, and several lumber mills

; Tim Savoie, Director of Development Services; Angie Parnell, Manager of Human Resources. Council meetings are held every second and fourth Tuesday of the month in Council Chambers (Inlet Theatre, 100 Newport Drive). They begin at 7 pm, are broadcast live on the City's website and are later broadcast on Shaw Cable 4 at 9:00 am the following Saturday. Climate

the Tri-City News. Transportation As part of Metro Vancouver, Port Moody is connected to the TransLink (TransLink (British Columbia)) public transit system by way of numerous bus routes. It also has the first station on the West Coast Express commuter rail line outside downtown Vancouver. Construction is also underway on the Evergreen Line (Evergreen Line (TransLink)), a spur of TransLink's LRT system that will link Port Moody to various stations in Coquitlam to the east


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portmoody.ca footnotes '''Port Moody''' is a city in Metro Vancouver, enveloping the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada. Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities (Tri-Cities (British Columbia)), bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. The villages of Belcarra (Belcarra, British Columbia) and Anmore (Anmore, British Columbia), along with the rugged Coast Mountains, lie to the northwest and north

spike driven at Craigellachie on November 7, 1885 and a train arriving at Port Moody the next day. The first scheduled passenger transcontinental train arrived on July 4, 1886, a date which is still celebrated during Golden Spike Days. Real estate prices soared, but soon fell flat when a branch line was built to Vancouver in 1887. While many people lost a great deal of money and moved on, others, including real estate tycoon and ship captain, James A. Clarke, and several lumber mills


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Ioco townsite also offers trails and grassy fields to residents and is especially popular with dog walkers. Finishing construction in 2008, Port Moody has renovated its recreation complex. Home to an Olympic size ice rink, this new facility has an indoor running track, a state-of-the-art gym, a curling rink and an athlete’s lounge. The Port Moody Happening, a quarterly publication, features all recreation programs offered at this new facility. Chinese name The traditional phonetic rendering of Port Moody was roughly translated as "dilapidated graveyard" in Chinese (Chinese language). In 1998, the City of Port Moody adopted a new phonetic spelling of Port Moody in Chinese which translates as ''Land Full of Treasures''. See also Wikipedia:Port Moody Commons:Category:Category:Port Moody, British Columbia


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Junior Hockey League PJHL Ice hockey Port Moody Arena 1999 0 City of the Arts On June 16, 2004, Port Moody was officially trademarked as the “City of the Arts.” Historically, Port Moody was a destination for artists because of its low rent, beautiful scenery and ambient lighting. Today, it is home to annual festivals, arts groups and diverse facilities that help foster a creative community. The Port


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for Liveable Communities in the category Planning for the Future. The city also received third place overall for cities of its size. In 2008, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business highlighted Port Moody as the most fiscally responsible among British Columbia's 28 largest cities. Economy The traditional industrial sector in Port Moody is characterized by a deep-sea bulk loading terminal, two petrochemical distribution operations, a large wood products manufacturer, and a thermal electric


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a replacement for the Port Mann Bridge, as part of the Provincial Government's Gateway Program. In the media Gunnison County is the setting of the science fiction film ''Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem'', although the film was actually shot in the towns of Port Coquitlam and Port Moody, British Columbia.


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generating station. Light industry, home-based business, and crafts and cultural businesses are also common in Port Moody, along with a growing health and social services sector. City of Port Moody (2008). "2005 Statistical Economic Profile", ''Labour Force'', Retrieved 15 February 2008. Port Moody’s economic development focus in recent years has


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Ioco townsite also offers trails and grassy fields to residents and is especially popular with dog walkers. Finishing construction in 2008, Port Moody has renovated its recreation complex. Home to an Olympic size ice rink, this new facility has an indoor running track, a state-of-the-art gym, a curling rink and an athlete’s lounge. The Port Moody Happening, a quarterly publication, features all recreation programs offered at this new facility. Chinese name The traditional phonetic rendering


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Victoria , British Columbia – Dominion Astrophysical Observatory (NRC) *Port Moody, British Columbia – (Heritage Woods Secondary School) Exterior shots of Global Dynamics. The interior of the school has also been used as the school that Brian Perkins attends, on May 3, 2007. This school's interior has also been used as the school that Zoe Carter attends as well (in the episode, "Duck, Duck Goose"). The roof of the school was also used

as the location of the astronomy tower (also in the episode, "Duck, Duck Goose"). *Ashland, Oregon – (City Hall) Interior and exterior shots of city hall History Founded in 1994 by eight Roman Catholic parishes in the cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Maple Ridge (Maple Ridge, British Columbia) & Pitt Meadows, ACRSS had humble beginnings. In its first year, the school operated from portable classrooms on the parking lot of Our Lady

Port Moody

'''Port Moody''' is a city in Metro Vancouver, enveloping the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada. Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities (Tri-Cities (British Columbia)), bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. The villages of Belcarra (Belcarra, British Columbia) and Anmore (Anmore, British Columbia), along with the rugged Coast Mountains, lie to the northwest and north respectively. It is named for Richard Moody.

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