PORT MOODY – New Democrat MLA Rick Glumac is welcoming $157,500 in funding for five not-for-profit organizations in the Tri-Cities. The organizations, which offer public safety and environmental programs, are receiving the funds through the Community Gaming Grants program. “Through these local organizations, volunteers …
From where Indian Arm laps on the shores of rural Anmore and Belcarra to the heritage storefronts of Port Moody and the growing community of Burquitlam – I am proud to serve our vibrant communities as their MLA.
Here you will find a community events calendar, links to many great local organizations, resources to help you navigate provincial government programs, and information on how our office can help you. I have always had a strong belief in helping people get involved with issues they care about.
Together, we can build a community that our children will be proud of.
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Port Moody – Better emergency care for people in the Tri-Cities area is on the way as construction work begins on a new emergency department at Eagle Ridge Hospital. “Our government is making the investment for an expanded emergency department …
The clean, green, sustainable economy is the economy of the future. And in BC, we can be climate leaders. Last month at the Cascadia Innovation Conference, I heard Washington Governor Jay Inslee say he’s inspired by our climate leadership. We’re …