Meet Our Tri-Local Partners
In addition to working closely with our Tri-Local partners, the Tri-Local Collective also works with companies, governments, entrepreneurs, and other organizations to address complex challenges in our business community, with their ideas, commitment, and passion helping to build an economically stronger community.
Learn about Tri-Local’s partners, how they provide value to the business community, and how you can support them by visiting their websites.
Austin Heights Business Improvement Association
The Austin Heights Business Improvement Association (Austin Heights BIA) is a non-profit organization with a mission to support and promote businesses in Austin Heights, aesthetically improve the business district, keep it safe and clean and connect businesses with each other and the community at large.
Its vision is to create a vibrant business community that is successful and an amazing place to shop, work and live. The Austin Heights BIA has made it their goal to develop Austin Heights as a community; to help build and establish new relationships for a prosperous future.
Downtown Port Coquitlam Business Improvement Association
Formed in 1994, Downtown Port Coquitlam Business Improvement Association (Downtown PoCo BIA) is a non-profit organization under the direction of an Executive Director and volunteer board.
The Downtown PoCo BIA works hard to promote the interests of its members — the licensed business operators and property owners located within its boundaries — by showcasing downtown Port Coquitlam and highlighting the businesses and events within the area.
Port Moody & Co.
Port Moody & Co. is a lifestyle brand made by locals, for locals, anchoring us to the city we love.
Founded by Port Moody locals, Victoria and Syndey — who found themselves amazed by the incredible city they live in every day — Port Moody & Co. is their way of expressing their passion and exuding the lifestyle of this incredible city.
Shop Local Port Moody
Shop Local Port Moody (SLPM) is a society that represents the interest of local, independent businesses in Port Moody. Its mandate is to work to increase consumer awareness about the importance of shopping locally and how it strengthens our community.
SLPM’s mission is to ensure that we support local, independent businesses. By doing so, we strengthen our community and keep it unique “to the core” by shopping locally.
The Tri-City News is your source of news, events and stories in the communities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore and Belcarra, in British Columbia, Canada. Started in 1985, The Tri-City News is an award-winning paper that has grown with the communities it covers, and publishes in print every Thursday and online all the time
You’ll find the most comprehensive information available on news, local issues, politics, sports, community events, and arts and culture, both online and in print. As well, you’ll find a healthy dose of readers’ opinions and the opportunity to express your own.
City of Coquitlam
Coquitlam is an active, diverse community made up of healthy residents and a prosperous business community. One of the fastest-growing cities in all of Canada, its mission is to serve the public interest through open, fair and accountable local government with a focus on leadership, innovation and community priorities and strengths.
City of Port Coquitlam
Port Coquitlam is a community of 61,000 with a strategic location in Metro Vancouver, a healthy base of businesses, new commercial and industrial areas, 271 hectares of parkland including the 25-km Traboulay PoCo Trail, well-established neighbourhoods, and a strong sense of community spirit known as PoCo Pride.
City of Port Moody
Known as the City of Arts, Port Moody is a growing community of more than 34,000 residents, located 30 minutes east of Vancouver on the picturesque Burrard Inlet. From green spaces and arts-infused places, to Rocky Point Pier and locally-brewed beer, Port Moody offers urban appeal with a friendly, small-town feel.