In what began as a big question mark among pundits, the answer proved to be a rather easy win for the Coquitlam-Burke Mountain incumbent.
On March 27, you had an opportunity to support the private member's bill put forward by NDP member Fin Donnelly to ban the importation of shark fins into Canada.
Re: "Legal grow-op plan 'failed miserably,' MP says," Wednesday, March 20.
Local residents will benefit from the federal government's billion-dollar long-term infrastructure fund, according to Conservative MP James Moore, who spoke in Burnaby about the budget on Friday.
Though the signs of construction are all over Port Moody and Coquitlam, politicians and project officials paid another visit to the Tri-Cities to remind residents work on the Evergreen Line is still on track.
If last year's federal budget was meant to be a major shock to the system for Canadians, the 2013 version may feel more like a pinch.
As far as most Tri-Cities politicians are concerned, the laws around legal pot grow-ops are a mess and they want change.
The rain Wednesday couldn't dampen the mood of civic politicians, as the federal government came calling with cash in hand for a number of Tri-Cities arts and infrastructure projects.
They've seen it, they know it exists, but members of Coquitlam Search and Rescue can't quite lay hands on it.
It's believed to be a blueprint that will help resurrect the decimated Fraser River sockeye salmon stocks, but four months after the release of the Cohen Commission's final report, no tangible changes have been made.
A legal medical pot grow-op that has raised the ire of a Port Coquitlam neighbourhood has been shut down indefinitely by the city.
MP James Moore presented 25 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medals on Tuesday. Many of the recipients are well-known in the Tri-Cities community: David Aisenstat, Ryan Beedie, Harry Burgoyne, Mary Anne Cooper, Greg D'Avignon, Ralph Drew, Christopher William Dupuis, Garry Elgear, Gordon Gillard, Chan Hon Goh, James D. Gray, Don Hedges, Jane Hungerford, Connie Isherwood, Hassan Khosrowshahi, Nezat Khosrowshahi, Ann Kitching, Lyall Knott, Tim Laidler, Chris Leveille, Colin Ogilvie, Yoo-soon (Eunice) Oh, Hazel Postma, Carol Rush and Michael Walker.
After three long weeks of waiting for the Conservative MP James Moore (Port Moody-Westwood-Port Coquitlam), to confirm a brief meeting with our delegation (Campaigns Against the Cruelty to Animals, some teachers from an elementary school in Port Coquitlam and a city council) regarding concerns about shark conservation, we received a very brief e-mail notifying us that Mr. Moore is just too busy to receive us.
COQUITLAM — Another patient has gone missing from the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam.
For several years now, Stacy Galt has lived in fear.
I am writing today to express my extreme disappointment and concern over recent media stories concerning changes to the Veterans Act in 2006 which have, in effect, created two classes of war veterans.
If taxpayers are of the mind that their local MLAs are spending big money on expenses, it's nothing compared to the federal politicians.
Why are Canadians so hot about MP James Moore? Did not the voters place Mr. Moore into his position?
I am writing to express my utter dismay at the lack of public discussion over the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act (FIPA).