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For residents of Port Coquitlam, you’ll either live on the north side or the south side of this popular Vancouver suburb. Ideally situated in the heart of Vancouver Metro, the city of Port Coquitlam or PoCo as the locals refer, has quick commuter access via car by Highway 1, the Lougheed Highway or high-speed Skytrain with the nearby Skytrain Lafarge Lake–Douglas station in Coquitlam. In addition, Translink bus service is frequent in Port Coquitlam, with connections to Skytrain stations and neighbouring cities. It goes without saying that Port Coquitlam is home to Canadian hero Terry Fox. This is a city well respected for its caring nature, increased affordability compared to Vancouver, and its nature parks and award-winning lagoons featuring 266 hectares of beautifully maintained parkland and trail networks connecting various corners of the city. Port Coquitlam is located between the Pitt, Fraser and Coquitlam rivers, with the beautiful Coast Mountains located just to the north. Neighbourhood pride abounds in the Port Coquitlam North neighbourhood with their recent 2018 Sustainable Communities Award for the new Blackburn Lagoons Park located in Riverwood neighbourhood – an 11 hectare nature escape with walking trails, wetland lagoons, birds and wildlife. Nearby is the 18-hole Carnoustie Golf Club with exceptional greens, tree-lined fairways and competitive rates.


locals are able to enjoy quiet family-friendly communities close to nature, while still being close to extensive shopping…

The six neighbourhoods of Port Coquitlam North include Glenwood, Oxford Heights, Lincoln Park, Riverwood, Birchland Manor and Woodland Acres, all offering a wide selection of comparatively affordable single detached family homes & townhomes, and a smaller selection of apartments and condominiums. On the north side of Port Coquitlam, development of the Dominion Triangle is well underway with new warehouses, housing and ample commercial space. For Port Coquitlam North residents, locals are able to enjoy quiet family-friendly communities close to nature, while still being close to extensive shopping, amenities and services. Education is a high priority in Port Coquitlam North home to 7 elementary schools, Terry Fox Secondary and Minnekhada Middle School. The arts figures prominently in Port Coquitlam with great support for their Sunday Coffee Concerts and Cinema Under the Stars. May Day in Port Coquitlam dates back to 1923, with nine days of free family activities, local culture, live entertainment and highlighted by the Rotary May Day Parade. Port Coquitlam is also home to the famous Giggle Dam Dinner Theatre, featuring year round comedy, entertainment and food. Port Coquitlam has a plethora of fine and ethnic cuisines offering Italian, Greek, Indian Vietnamese and well known Canadian restaurant brands. Plus Port Coquitlam is now a destination for craft brewing, with a third micro-brewery ready to open in the historic CP Rail city, all approved by Port Coquitlam’s smart growth committee.

Excellent shopping is close by for residents of Port Coquitlam North along the Lougheed Highway at Mary Hill Bypass with Costco, Home Depot, Save-On-Foods and numerous other shops and services. In addition, the Prairie Mall features a Starbucks, Church’s Chicken, Dollar Store and more.

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