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British Columbian (newspaper), May 14, 1958. Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), January 14, 1955. Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), August 7, 1958. Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), January 28,1955. Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), January 28,1955. British Columbian (newspaper), “Coquitlam ‘Dumping Ground’ for Old Homes”, May 14, 1958. 19. British Columbian (newspaper), April 8, 1958. 20. Johnston 2006. This book has beautiful photographs and much more detail about the race track. 21. Ernest Nyhaug et al. Interview with John Perry and Greg Mitchell, Sept. 21. 2010. 22. Kate Trotter, “The end of Coqutilam’s beginning.” In Tri-City News, Nov. 2, 2005, A1, A12. 23. Nyhaug 2010. For more information on the cascara tree in British Columbia, see (Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Forests and Range unstated) 24. Nyhaug 2010. 25. Chuck Davis, History of Metropolitan Vancouver. www.vancouverhistory.ca “Chronology” tab under 1962. 26. Ibid., “Chronology” tab, under the respective years for these events. 27. Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee, page 385 28. Davis 2004, “Chronology” tab under 1969. 29. See, for example, (Myers 2010), 95-96; Nanticoke, Ontario, passed a youth curfew in 1999: (ONTARIO: Youth curfew passed in community 1999). In 2005, Toronto’s City Council defeated a proposal for a curfew: (Lewington 2005) 30. Coquitlam Bylaw 216 1925 31. Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), July 30, 1954, 1.; City of Coquitlam, Coquitlam City Council Minutes, July 26, 1954. 32. Coquitlam Bylaw 684 1954 33. City of Coquitlam, Coquitlam City Council Minutes, Resolution 618, August 9, 1954; Ibid., Resolution 930, October 31, 1955. 34. “Inter-Municipal Meet Sought For Curfew Legislation Study”, Coquitlam Herald (newspaper), October 18, 1966, 1. 35. Coquitlam Bylaw 1708 1969 36. Coquitlam Bylaw 656 1976 37. Coquitlam Bylaw 1155 1981 38. Municipal Amendment Act, s.83 1992 39. M. Jeanne Meyers Williams. “Ethnicity and Class Conflict …” (see Bibliography for complete citation. Most of this information on the history of youth curfews in Canada is taken from Myers’ chapter. 40. Ibid., 96 Chapter 17 – The 70s and 80s 1. Greater Vancouver Regional District. The livable region : 1976/1986 municipal background. Vancouver : GVRD, 1975. 2. Interview with Jim Allard by Silvana Harwood and Patricia Duchaine, October 25, 2010. 3. Vancouver Sun. “Coquitlam’s controversy : golf course vs. wilderness.” March 31, 1971, 15 4. Coquitlam Pioneer Tales Book Committee, “Coquitlam 100 years”. 392. 5. Town Talk. “The Coquitlam Centre … enhancing the region’s lifestyle.” August 1979, 18.

6. Ibid., 63. 7. District of Coquitlam. Annual Report. Coquitlam : the City, 1980-1989. 8. Vancouver Sun. “Coquitlam likely next for ALRT, premier says.” January 14, 1987, A12. 9. Gilbert, Jay. “Holiday Shopping Act Coquitlam 1980.” September 27, 2010 (personal email). 10. Interview and correspondence with Don Cunnings with Silvana Harwood, September 13, 2010. 11. Turnbull, Irene. “Coming of Age,” Unpublished article, 2010, 1. 12. Boire, Al. “Maillardville 100 years. ” Maillardville Residents Association, http://www.maillardvilleresidents.ca/Index.htm. 13. The Enterprise. “Run Stops; campaign skyrockets.” Sept. 9, 1980, 1 14. Brydon, V. “Quote for book on Coquitlam from Rick Hansen.” September 21, 2010 (personal email). 15. Coquitlam NOW. “Looking back over 10 years”, March 24, 1994, B1. Chapter 18 – 1990 – 2020 1. City of Coquitlam: www.coquitlam.ca/City+Hall/City+Government/_Archives+FAQ.htm. 2. Ross, Myra. “What a Birthday! 100 Years Celebrated In Style.” Coquitlam NOW. July 24, 1991. Vol: 8 No. 30. 3. “Poco Visits Coquitlam Birthday Gift in Hand.” Tri-City News. July 17, 1991. 4. “Colorful Ceremony Today Wraps Up Four-Day Event.” Tri-City News. July 28, 1991. 56. 5. City of Coquitlam: www.coquitlam.ca/City+Hall/City+Government/_Archives+FAQ.htm 6. City of Coquitlam: Development History. Manson, Gary. Manager Corporate Communications. E-Mail Correspondence. May 14, 2010. 7 Ibid. 8. Francis, Daniel. Encyclopedia of British Columbia. Maderia Park: Harbour Publishing 2000. 181, 182, 401, 402. 9. Blais, Simone. “Coquitlam Dam ‘Very Closely Watched.’ The Now Coquitlam. June 30, 2010. A-3. 10. “Maillardville Meeting July 16.” Coquitlam NOW. July 15, 1986. 12. 11. Coquitlam Heritage Society, Written Invitation. Received September 8, 2009. 12. Coquitlam Pioneers Tales Book Committee. Coquitlam 100 Years. 384. 13. Strandberg, Diane. “Port Mann Project: Here’s What Drivers Have to Work Around as Work Continues.” Tri City News, September 30, 2009. A-. 14. Memories of Millside. 1907 – 2007. 2nd ed. (s1: sn, sd). 15. Maillardville 100 Years – Official Program. 16. Vancouver Golf Club, History. www.vancouvergoldclub.com/history, August 2010. 17. City of Coquitlam: Development History. Smith, Colleen. Corporate Communications Department, E-mail Correspondence, August 26, 2010. 18. City of Coquitlam: Development History. Manson, Gary. Manager Corporate Communications. E-Mail Correspondence. May 14, 2010. 19. Ibid. 20. Burke Mountain Naturalists. Submission to the Metro Vancouver Regional Growth Strategy. February 5, 2010. www.metrovancouver.org/planning/development/ lrspreview/lrspdocs/burkemountainnaturalists.pdf.

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