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#17 - MLA Glumac Constituency Office

MLA Glumac's Community Office provides the residents of Port Moody, Anmore, Belcarra, and Coquitlam, with advice, guidance, and hands-on assistance in working with the provincial government; in particular on health care, childcare, environmental policy, and more.

In his capacity as an MLA, Rick is also the Premier’s Liaison to the Pacific Northwest, and the President of the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region. Locally he works to provide better access to services in our community. On a broader level his work involves strengthening B.C.’s economy through cross border collaboration, and working to address climate change.

Rick’s office is here to help anyone who needs assistance in navigating government processes, needs advice on policy, or to take feedback to be shared with Rick.

Address: 2708 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody 


Instagram: @rick.glumac.mla

Facebook: @RickGlumacBC

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Exhibiting Group


Port Moody Art Association

We are an art group that has been operating in Port Moody for the past 57 years. Currently membership is at 53 members and we hold an "Art to Go" Fall Show during the first weekend of November at the Port Moody Recreation Centre.

Mission: The Port Moody Art Association fosters a creative environment, in which our members may enrich their artistic development. The PMAA promotes awareness and appreciation of visual art in the community, by presenting exhibits of our members’ original artworks. PMAA endeavours to balance the artist’s right to freedom of expression with commitment to our membership, our patrons, and the City of Port Moody.

Exhibiting Artists: Alexine Law, Arlene Connolly, Ardyth MacQuarrie, Beth David, Christine Yurchuk, Daphne Douglas, Jessie Kaur, Josephine Galang, Lucia Milosavljevic, Marius Rus and Carla Vermaat.

Carla Vermaat
(Featured Artist)

Born and raised in The Netherlands, Carla started painting in 1995 in a therapeutic response to devastating events in her personal life. She was immediately drawn to the luminosity of light opposed to secretive darks and the vibrancy of bright colours. Experimenting in various mediums, including watercolour, oils, acrylics and inks, her work displays the many different aspects of her personality: strong colourful landscapes opposed to simplified quick sketches in pen and ink.

"The vastness of the British Columbia landscape never ceases to amaze me, humble me, inspire me and my aim is to capture its beauty in the perfect painting – which I haven’t achieved yet and I doubt I ever will -, but I will keep trying."

Carla has exhibited in many galleries and solo exhibitions in the UK and her work has reached many homes all over the globe. Now a member of the Port Moody Art Association, she focuses on the landscapes that are an eye-opener to her since she moved to Canada.

Medium: Painting



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