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Finnie’s Garden

Use for: Farmview, Farm view

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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.
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Tucke Shoppe 1
B.C. Building, Hastings Park 3
Boys' Industrial School at Coquitlam

Use for: BISCO

  • The Boy’s Industrial Training School, known colloquially as BISCO, opened in 1922 to provide industrial training and education to “incorrigible youth.” After the passage of the Home for the Aged Act in 1935, the Boy’s Industrial Training School was converted into the Home for the Aged. The school was moved to the Trades Building on Riverview Hospital grounds. It operated until 1954, when it was replaced by the Brannan Lake Industrial School for Boys in Nanaimo.
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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.
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Home for the Aged 5
Government House 1
Nurses Home 6
CFB Borden, ON 1
Hotel Georgia 1
The Empress Hotel 1
Tochigi Prefecture, Kanto (Japan) 1
Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex

Use for: Coquitlam Sports Centre

  • The Poirier Sport and Leisure Complex was formerly known as the Coquitlam Sports Centre.
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Millside School 3
Blaine, WA (United States) 3
Squamish, BC 3
Fernwood Lodge

Use for: Cinder Hill

4
Coquitlam City Hall 1
Municipal Hall
  • Coquitlam Municipal Hall is commonly used to refer to the Municipal Hall on 1111 Brunette Street. However, there have been 5 municipal halls throughout the City’s history. From 1891 until [ca. 1902], what was known as the “municipal hall” was Kelly’s Hall on Dewdney Trunk Road. This building belonged to first Reeve, R.B. Kelly. In 1902, a new municipal hall was built near the C.P.R. station at Westminster Junction and was used until [ca. 1913]. From March 1913 to September 1913, Council Minutes note that meetings were held in the Agricultural Hall in Burquitlam. From September 1913 to 1921, 1318 Brunette – the home of Emeri Paré – was used as municipal offices and doubled as the Police Station. On September 19, 1919, Bylaw 117 approved the purchase of DL 46, Blk 2, Lots 1 and 2 from the Canadian Western Lumber Company for the Municipal Hall at 1111 Brunette Street. It built and occupied by the end of 1920 and 1921 and had various additions for the next sixty years. In 1971, the original portion of the 1920s building was demolished and the Municipal Hall was used until 1998.
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Colony Farm 208
Woodlands School

Use for: TWS, Provincial Hospital for the Insane

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Brookside Nurses' Residence 2
Riverside Unit 6
Hillside Unit 4
West Lawn

Use for: Male Chronic Wing, Hospital for the Mind at Mount Coquitlam

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Pennington Hall

Use for: Penn Hall

3
Industrial Therapy Building 4
Riverview Park 2
East Lawn

Use for: Female Chronic Unit

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