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Coquitlam is one of the Lower Mainland’s busiest and diverse communities. Home to an estimated population and growing population of 175 791* in 2020. Mainly suburban, Coquitlam is the sixth-largest city in the province, with a population of 139,284 in 2016, and one of the 21 municipalities comprising Metro Vancouver. The mayor is Richard Stewart.
Coquitlam added about 1,000 people between 2018 and ’19, an increase of 0.67%. However, the municipality has been one of the fastest growing in the region growing 16.4% since 2010.
Port Moody is a city in Metro Vancouver, enveloping the east end of Burrard Inlet in British Columbia, Canada. Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities, bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. The villages of Belcarra and Anmore, along with the rugged Coast Mountains, lie to the northwest and north respectively. It is named for Richard Clement Moody, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of British Columbia. Estimated population in Port Moody is 38 455*.
Mayor is Rob Vagramov
From its beginnings as a small agricultural town on the Canadian Pacific rail line, Port Coquitlam has grown to a present size of over 58,000 residents.
In fact, the Tri-City municipality is one of only a handful of cities in Metro Vancouver that has seen its population decline in recent years.
Port Coquitlam has also seen steady population growth, increasing by more than 500 people (0.82%) between 2018 and ’19. PoCo has seen its population rise 4.7% over the last five years and 10.7% over the last decade.
Before the settlers arrived from various parts of the world, the area now known as New Westminster was inhabited by Qayqayt First Nation. The discovery of gold in B.C. and the arrival of gold seekers from the south prompted fear amongst the settlers that Americans may invade to take over this land.
Last known population ≈ 69 900 (year 2014). This was 0.196% of total Canada population. If population growth rate would be same as in period 2011-2014 (+1.93%/year), New Westminster population in 2020 would be: 78 327*.
Mayor is Jonathan Cote
The region is bounded to the north by the Coast Mountains and to the southeast by the Cascade Mountains, and is traversed from east to west by the Fraser River. Due to its consistency of climate, flora and fauna, geology and land use, “Lower Mainland” is also the name of an ecoregion—a biogeoclimatic region—that comprises the eastern part of the Georgia Depression and extends from Powell River on the Sunshine Coast to Hope at the eastern end of the Fraser Valley.
As of the 2016 census, the population of the Lower Mainland totals 2,759,385: