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Miscellaneous

The file contains various newsletters, calendars, correspondence, obituaries, and ephemera Cunnings collected about the District of Coquitlam Parks and Recreation Department's activities.

A significant portion of the file consists of photographs depicting canoeing, archery, track and field, figure skating, swimming; groups such as the Kinsmen club and the City of Coquitlam Retirees Association; City events such as the celebrations of the City of Coquitlam's city status, BC Summer Games, and Centennial Celebrations; as well as development, programs, and activities the Department undertook in all of their parks. These include photographs of Blue Mountain Park, Brookmere Park, Burke Mountain Park, Burquitlam Park, Como Lake Park, Dogwood Park, Eagle Ridge Park, Mackin Park, Mundy Park, Poirier Street Park, Rivervew Park, Rochester Park, Town Centre Park (stadium and track), and Victoria Park. Also included are photographs of municipal, sports, and cultural buildings, including the Centennial Activity Centre, Coquitlam Sports Centre, the parks office, Place Des Arts, the Public Works yard, Social Rec Centre, and the Tennis Centre.

Cunnings, Don

Subject files

The series consists of Columbian Newspaper clippings, B&W photographs, press releases, and other assorted records arranged by subject. The files were created by Columbian staff members for reference purposes.

Columbian Company

Fire and Police Services

The file consists of records related to the police, fire, and emergency rescue services by the City of Coquitlam, with a significant portion of the file covering the assignment of Coquitlam's first police dog, Deka. The records are composed of newspaper articles, personnel rosters, certificates, and photographs.

Cunnings, Don

Coquitlam Search and Rescue

The file consists of newspaper articles documenting the creation of Coquitlam Search and Rescue (SAR), a volunteer inland water, wilderness and urban search and rescue team Cunnings helped develop. It was originally formed in 1972 as a result of a search on Burke Mountain by North Shore Rescue and the Coquitlam RCMP detachment because there was no local team beforehand. The file also includes photographs and photocopies of images depicting these events and SAR's development.

Cunnings, Don