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Davis, Where Rails, 33. Norton, Early History, 47. Wolf and Owen, Yi Fao, 17. Ibid., 18-19. Caron, D. et al., City of Port Coquitlam: City of Rivers and Mountains, Celebrating 75 years 1913 – 1988, (Port Coquitlam : the City, 1988), 30 9. Ibid., 154 10. Sharon LeClair, “Maillardville and Millside,” British Columbia Historical News, Spring 1991, 8. 11. Ibid., 13 12. Colly, Helen. Interview with Irene Turnbull, November 2010. Chapter 8 – Riverview and Colony Farm 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee, Coquitlam 100 Years p 249 Ibid., p 289 Ibid., p 46 Ibid., p 375 Ibid., p 250 Chuck Davis, Where Rails, p 71 Ibid., p 52-53 British Columbia Mental Health and Addiction Services, “History Timeline”, at http://www.bcmhas.ca/AboutUs/History.htm 9. Norma K. Campbell, Mountain Memories: A History of Burke. Vancouver: Metaphoric Media Inc, 1991, 162 10. Campbell, Norma K., 83 11. Davis, Where Rails, 175 12. Ibid., 174-175 13. “Riverview Hospital added to National Heritage Registry”, in Tri-City News, April 3, 2009. 14. Tri-City News, September 3, 2010 15. Tri-City News, September 8, 2010 16. The Now, August 27, 2010 17. Davis, Where Rails, p 91 18. www.pmhiproject.com Chapter 9 – World War I 1.

The Defense Minister Sam Hughes had asked for 25,000 volunteers at on the onset of the war. More than 30,000 signed up. Desmond Morton, “World War I”, Canadian Encyclopedia Online http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA0001279 accessed Feb. 14, 2011

Chapter 10 – The 1920s 1. Vancouver Oral History Project Transcript. No. 50 2. www.maillardvilleresidents.ca

“World War II”, Canadian Encyclopedia, 42,042 lost their lives. http://www. thecanadianencyclopedia.com/index.cfm?PgNm=TCE&Params=A1ARTA 0008717 accessed Feb. 14, 2011 Chapter 13 – Education 1. “Rules for Pioneers Students” in Across the Years. BC Ministry of Education http://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/bc150/schoolhouse/acrosstheyears 2. Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee, 100 years, 152-153. Chapter 15 – Sports in Coquitlam 1.

Boire, Al. “1920 – 1929” from Maillardville 100 years. http://www.maillardvilleresidents.ca/1920-8 2. Jose, Colin, “History of Canadian Soccer” at www.canadiansoccerhistory.com 3. Cunnings, Don. Interview with Silvana Harwood, September 13, 2010. Chapter 16 – The 50s and 60s 1.

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Chapter 12 – World War II and the Flood of ‘48 1.

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The figures for 1951 and 1971 are from (Davis 2004), under the link “Chronology”, “1951” and “1971”, at the bottom of each year’s page. Davis’ figures are based on the Census of Canada for these years. The 1961 and 1966 figures are directly from the Census of Canada, 1961 (Dominion Bureau of Statistics 1961) and the Census of Canada, 1966 (Statistics Canada 1966). The figures for 1981, 1991, and 2001 come from (City of Coquitlam 2007) The figures for 2006 are taken from Statistics Canada’s community profile for Coquitlam: (Statistics Canada 2010). For the 1961 figures, see: (Dominion Bureau of Statistics 1961) “Population by specified ethnic groups…”, page 99; “Population by … mother tongue and sex…”, page 67-19. For the 1966 age groups, see: (Statistics Canada 1966), “Population By Five-Year Age Groups”, pages 22-21 and 22-22. Matas, Robert. “Why did the BC Provincial Police disappear,” Globe and Mail online, accessed Set 29, 2010 (see bibliography for full citation) According to my sources, this occurred in either 1951 or 1953. (Davis 2004) says 1951, but Coquiitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee 1990), 378, says 1953. An example of a new subdivision was the 269 acre Ranch Park subdivision opened in 1955: “New 269 acre Ranch Park subdivision to be opened soon”, Province (newspaper), March 28, 1955. The Oakdale subdivision was created in 1961. For the introduction of natural gas, see: “Coquitlam gas line work starts”, Province (newspaper), November 14, 1956. The value of the building permit for this one plant alone almost equalled one quarter of the total value of all other building permits issued by the District in 1956: Province (newspaper), August 29, 1957. British Columbian (newspaper), May 28, 1958. Province (newspaper), October 26, 1956. Maillardville Residents’ Association 2009 gives a good history of the Catholic school strike at www.maillardvilleresidents.ca Cunnings, Don. “City of Coquitlam & School District #43: A look through the rearview mirror at the positive ... programs ... brought about by Community-School cooperation over the past half century.” Backgrounder. Coquitlam: School District #43, February 2010. Ibid.

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