The Footprints Conservation Society presents Planting the Seed, an upcoming community fundraising event in Coquitlam. Footprints is a non-profit organization that provides environmental education programs in elementary and middle schools throughout Greater Vancouver. Funds raised at the gala will be put toward helping local children plant forestry in their neighbourhood (specifically Panorama Park in the […]
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At one time it was the largest pocket of Canadian Francophones west of Manitoba and today, Maillardville is historic cultural community in Coquitlam. Notre Dame de Lourdes, 830 Laval Square In 1891 the District of Coquitlam was incorporated and toward the end of the century, Frank Ross and James McLaren opened Fraser Mills, a $350,000 […]
The Rainforest Theatre in Maillardville presents the Haunted House Dungeon of Doom this Friday, October 29th. The Dungeon opens every 15 minutes from 6:30pm until 8:30pm at Place Maillardville, 1200 Cartier (at Laval) in Coquitlam [Google Map]. Admission is by donation. Throughout the year the Rainforest Theatre also operates theatre workshops and a festival for […]
This morning Chuck Lawson, owner of the She’s Fit health clubs, announced a partnership with former Vancouver Canucks captain Trevor Linden. The result is Club 16 – Trevor Linden Fitness. Lawson has over 20 years of experience in the local health club business and will ensure that Club 16 is affordable and comfortable for both […]
Free outdoor movies are a smash hit in Metro Vancouver this summer in Stanley Park, in Burnaby, at Nat Bailey, at Holland Park in Surrey, and in Yaletown. Now, they’re coming to Coquitlam Centre with a unique twist. Photo credit: Thomas Hawk on Flickr Summer drive-in movies will be presented every Wednesday in August in […]
As the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch makes it way around BC on the last leg of its journey the excitement is bubbling over from community to community. Photo credit: AlbertaVan2010 on Flickr Over the Rockies, through the Kootenays, down and around the Thompson Okanagan. Photo credit: UrbanWorkbench on Flickr Here’s a rundown of where the […]