#PoMoLife: Episode 1 – Port Moody Refillery

Introducing PoMo Life with Lucas and Monica!

There is a lot going on in our city, Port Moody and we are going to highlight new and old businesses AND events! We have some serious ground to cover and we are open to requests! If there is a new spot that you haven’t tried, let us know. We’ll make Lucas try it if it’s questionable, otherwise we are totally in this together. We will be posting a new episode every week! We hope you enjoy.

Who’s up first? PORT MOODY REFILLERY #PoMoLife

The Port Moody Refillery provides environmentally friendly, locally produced soaps & cleaners for your body and home. Owners, Teresa and Julie believe that there is a desire in the community to move towards a more sustainable lifestyle. Not having access to bulk and package-free cleaning products motivated Teresa and Julie to bring a refill shop closer to home! Reuse your containers + reduce single use plastics! To learn more about their business visit their website or go say hi at 229A Newport Drive (inside Tea & Paper Nook), Port Moody. We loved what they had to offer & we will be back soon!

They are on social media! Give them a follow on Instagram & Facebook 

Vancouver Real Estate Stats

VANCOUVER REAL ESTATE STATS – MARCH 2019

Vancouver, BC is one of the most beautiful places to live in Canada, but it comes at a high price. The average price for Vancouver Real Estate in 2019 is $1,019,600, which is 4.5% lower compared to 2018.
It is expensive to own a home in Vancouver, but it is also expensive to rent. The average 1 bedroom apartment price increased by 6.5% from 2018, which is the second highest rental price in Canada, right below Toronto.  Burnaby ‘s 1 bedroom rentals increased by 9.8%, which is the third highest in Canada.
Below is some more Vancouver real estate stats: 
Vancouver Real Estate Stats 2019