Explore what the Fraser Northwest Communities of New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Belcarra & Anmore have to offer! Each with their own unique features, there is a fit for everyone.
New Westminster was the first capital of B.C. This historic town is home to a beautiful waterfront and the fishing industry. It was named by Queen Victoria after her favourite part of London, which is Westminster. It has an area total of 70 square kilometres and a population of 70,000 as of 2016.
Coquitlam, incorporated in 1908, is a suburban city located in Metro Vancouver. With an area of 122 square kilometres and a population of approximately 139,000 as of 2016, Coquitlam is a continuously growing community. Coquitlam is home to many beautiful parks and trails.
Port Coquitlam was incorporated in 1913, has an area of 29 square kilometres and a population of 58,000 as of 2016. Port Coquitlam has evolved from farmland to suburban housing and is continuing to evolve.
Incorporated in 1913, Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities with an area of 25 square kilometres and a population of 33,000 as of 2016. This beautiful community is known for its parks, trails, hiking, and is home to the Coast Mountains.
ANMORE & BELCARRA
Anmore & Belcarra are small village communities bordering Port Moody. Surrounded by greenery, forests, hikes, and swimming waters, but only a short drive (or boat ride) to the city centres, these tight-knit communities have a small-town vibe in a perfectly located area.
Below is a map of all the Patient Medical Homes (family practice offices) in our region, as well as the two hospitals.
Fraser Northwest Division Orientation Manual
This document contains concise information about practicing in the FNW, including lifestyle (elementary/high schools, recreation, activities, etc), Division services, hospitals, medical imaging, and much more.