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Thing to do in Coquitlam

Coquitlam is a vibrant city located in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. It is situated on the Fraser River and home to nearly 140,000 people. Coquitlam has grown exponentially over the past few decades, becoming an increasingly desirable place to live and work.

 

Buchanan Square

Buchanan Square is a shopping centre in the downtown core of Calgary, Alberta. It was opened in 1989 and has become one of the largest retail centres in the city. The mall features over 150 stores and services, including major retailers such as Hudson’s Bay, Sears, Sport Chek, and Shoppers Drug Mart.

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Hoy Creek Linear Park

Hoy Creek Linear Park is a scenic park located in Coquitlam, British Columbia. It follows the natural course of Hoy Creek and its many tributaries, creating over 5 kilometres of trails for nature-lovers to explore. The park itself is home to a wide variety of wildlife including birds, mammals, amphibians, fish and reptiles. The trails are well-maintained and take visitors through lush forests, open meadows and along the banks of Hoy Creek.

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Lafarge Lake

Lafarge Lake is a five-hectare man-made lake, located in Town Centre Park in central Coquitlam, British Columbia. The Evergreen Cultural Centre lies on the southwest corner of the lake, and the Water’s Edge Festival is held on the lake shore for 25 continuous hours in March. The area was originally a quarry, but in the 1970s the land was transferred to the city of Coquitlam, and a successful reclamation project ensued.

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Glen Park

Glen Park is an urban park in the Town Centre area of Coquitlam, British Columbia. It contains a picnic area, park trails, playground, ball diamond, and fenced dog park. Starting in 2012, the 16.7 acre park went through a $508,000 upgrade in part to support all the high density construction going on in the area. During the upgrade the city controversially cut down many trees in the park.

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Coquitlam Centre

Coquitlam Centre is a shopping mall in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, built in 1979 and expanded in 2001. It is located at the southern edge of the Coquitlam Town Centre area, near Coquitlam Central station and several other smaller shopping centres. Coquitlam Centre is the largest mall in the Tri-Cities area, with an area of 84,882 square metres and 200 stores and services. Coquitlam Centre is a super-regional sized shopping centre anchored by Walmart, Hudson’s Bay, Best Buy, Dollarama, London Drugs and T & T Supermarket. Coquitlam Centre’s original anchor tenants included Hudson’s Bay, Eaton’s, and Woodward’s.

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Vancouver Horror Nights

Vancouver Horror Nights is the ultimate spooky experience for Vancouverites. Come join us and face your fears with over 10 haunted attractions, including a haunted house, zombie graveyard, and freak show. Experience creepy carnival games, eerie food trucks, terrifying live performers and plenty of thrills and chills guaranteed to give you nightmares!

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City Centre Aquatic Complex

The City Centre Aquatic Complex is an indoor aquatic centre featuring an Olympic size swimming pool in the Town Centre area of Coquitlam, British Columbia. The building was designed by Vic Davies Architect Ltd., built at a cost of $8.2 million, and opened in March 1994. The interior is orange with rope railings around the wave pool. The pools use ozone for secondary water purification.

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Walton Park

Walton Park is a large public park located in the heart of Walton, England. The park was established in 1890 and consists of rolling lawns, flower gardens, trees, shrubbery and a large pond. It is home to many different species of wildlife including birds such as ducks and swans. In addition to its natural beauty, Walton Park also features a range of recreational areas including tennis courts, a soft play area for children and an outdoor theatre. 

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Evergreen Cultural Centre

The Evergreen Cultural Centre is a community gathering place for performing and visual arts activities in Coquitlam, British Columbia, opened in October 1996 by former Coquitlam Mayor Lou Sekora. The design team was headed by Thom Weeks of Architectura, and the contract was completed by Proscenium Architecture. The Centre features a 257-seat black box theatre, a fully equipped rehearsal hall, four art studios, and a 1,500-square-foot art gallery.

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Hoy Creek Trail

The Hoy Creek Trail is a scenic 4.4km loop trail located in the city of Coquitlam, British Columbia. Popular among walkers, hikers and nature lovers alike, the trail winds its way through wetlands, dense forests and grasslands alongside Hoy Creek. It offers spectacular views of the creek as well as stunning mountain vistas.

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