Partner Profiles

Wesbild Holdings Ltd. is known throughout Coquitlam as a major land owner and property developer. But a perusal of the company’s website shows that, in addition to its residential- and commercial-property interests, it has

“There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child.”

So wrote Henry Ward Beecher, an American social reformer whose insight is as true today as it was when he first uttered those words in the mid-19th Century.

Little wonder, then, that when children

 

James Gordon Stewart was always simply “Jim” to his family. But by the time he passed away on December 30, 2009 at the age of 83, Jim Stewart had outlived his immediate family and close relatives.

Nevertheless, while Jim might have had few loved ones left in

It started in 2011 with $50 and a dream. Five years later, the Community Diversity Fund was valued at more than $16,000 and the dream to give grants from the interest of that accumulated total had become a reality.

The dream was that of Alex Bell, Safe Harbour Program

The phone call came at 9:50 p.m. on a cold, early-February weekday night. A hiker had gone missing in the Buntzen Lake area, and the RCMP was asking the Coquitlam Search and Rescue (SAR) team for help. Search Manager Ian MacDonald took the call from the police, gathered as much information as he

"You’ll be the same person you are today in five years, except for the people you meet, the places you go, and the books you read."

If there’s anyone who understands and appreciates the transformative power of the printed word, it’s Peter Legge