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Get Outdoors: Explore Coquitlam this Spring

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Biking, hiking, dining, running, golfing, shopping and more! Explore wild Coquitlam this spring and get inspired by this month’s VisitCoquitlam feature

6 Reasons to Visit Coquitlam this Spring Break 2019

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Spring Break in Coquitlam: 6 ideas that include indoor and outdoor adventures, sweet treats, entertainment, and much more in this month’s VisitCoquitlam.ca feature

Visit the New Tourism Coquitlam Website and Win

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Visit the new Tourism Coquitlam website (VisitCoquitlam.ca) and follow @VisitCoquitlam on social for your chance to win!

Family Day Fun Runs All Month in Coquitlam

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Family Day doesn’t have to be limited to 24 hours. In Coquitlam, the fun runs all February – and it’s not just for kids! Here’s a full list of events around Coquitlam for family or for adults only, throughout February 2019.

Family Day Events in Vancouver and the Fraser Valley

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BC Family Day is Monday, February 18, 2019. Check these local listings for events around Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley.

Where to Recycle a Christmas Tree in Vancouver

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Where to Recycle a Christmas Tree: Christmas Tree Chip Events in Vancouver, Surrey, Langley, North Vancouver, Port Moody, and Coquitlam in early January 2019. Drop off your tree and support some great local causes in these communities.