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Poirier Community Centre

Use for: Social Recreation Centre

  • Originally known as the Social Recreation Centre, this community centre was built as a centennial project in 1967. It was renamed in 1999.
Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex

Use for: Coquitlam Sports Centre

  • The Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex was formerly known as the Coquitlam Sports Centre.
Port Coquitlam, BC 16
Port Moody, BC 13
Prince George, BC 3
Quebec City, QC 2
Ranch Park 1
Revelstoke, BC 2
River Springs 0
Riverside Unit 6
Riverview Cemetery

Use for: Essondale Cemetery

Riverview Hospital (13)

Use for: Essondale Hospital, Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale

  • Hospital was known originally as Essondale Hospital (1913 - 1949) and Provincial Mental Hospital, Essondale (1950 - 1964). The hospital was called Riverview Hospital from 1965 until 2012, when it closed.
Riverview Park 2
Robinson Memorial Park Cemetery 0
Rochester Park 0
Saint John, NB 2
Sidney, BC 0
Smiling Creek 0
Southwest Coquitlam (40) 12
Spani Pool 0
Squamish, BC 3
Surrey, BC 3
Sydney (Australia) 1
The Empress Hotel 1
Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto (Japan) 1
Town Centre Park 6
Trail, BC 3
Tucke Shoppe 1
Valleyview Pavilion

Use for: Valleyview 300

  • Valleyview Pavilion was a geriatric care unit at Riverview Hospital. It originally opened in 1936 housed in the buildings that were used by the old Boy’s Industrial School at Coquitlam. At this time it was known as the Home for the Aged, a name taken from the Provincial Act under which it functioned. In 1959, the Admission and Infirmary Building for the Aged, also known as Valleyview 300 opened. In 1986 Valleyview and Riverview Hospital amalgamated under one operational umbrella and by 1989, the building was renamed the Valleyview Pavilion. It operated until 2012, when Riverview Hospital closed, and was demolished in 2016.
Vancouver Island 2
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