Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Mobilio was a long-time member of the Vancouver 86ers turned Vancouver Whitecaps. He played 14 seasons beginning with the team in the Canadian Soccer League, later joining the American Professional Soccer League, before finishing up a Whitecap. He retired from the professional outdoor game in 2001. Upon retirement, Mobilio worked as a technical director with the Coquitlam City Soccer Association and became a coach of youth soccer in Coquitlam.
The Rotary Club of Coquitlam was Chartered in March 1967. It is the first and the oldest Rotary Club in the Tri-Cities area. We are one of nearly 33,000 Rotary service clubs in over 200 countries. Our members are business and professional people who are guided by the Rotary motto: “Service above Self”. We support the needs of the elderly, youth and the less advantaged in the Tricities. As well we support relief efforts in areas of the world such […]
Brodie Osborne-Campbell, a Grade 10 student at Charles Best Secondary School in Coquitlam died very suddenly in April 2007 from a rare and particularly vicious strain of bacterial meningitis. He was the only child of Judith Osborne and Colin Campbell. Brodie, a big, fit, popular and happy-go-lucky kid with a great sense of humour was 15. He was active in a range of school and community-based sports, including rugby and lacrosse. In the aftermath of his death, and with […]
Situated on 57 acres of land in the heart of the Tri-Cities, Coquitlam Centre features over 910,000 square feet of retail on two spacious levels. Coquitlam Centre is the only shopping centre in the Greater Vancouver Regional District offering Hudson’s Bay, London Drugs, Sport Chek, T&T Supermarket, UNIQLO, H&M, Aritzia, Sephora, Lululemon, Atmosphere, Golf Town, Walmart, and Best Buy, all in one convenient location.
The Coquitlam Foundation envisions a community where quality of life is enhanced by residents and organizations creating lasting legacies by contributing to endowment funds that benefit a broad range of eligible organizations.
Richard was elected to Coquitlam City Council in 2005. He is bilingual (English and French) and has lived all his life in Coquitlam. He was married in 1983 to Anna Rosa; they have four children. Richard has served his community in the provincial government as MLA for Coquitlam-Maillardville 2001-2005; appointed MLA Responsible for Francophone Affairs, member of the Government Caucus Committee on the Economy, and Chair of the Select Standing Committee on Education. He has extensive experience as a community […]
Noura Homes is a family owned company that creates luxurious dream homes. Known for their high-end homes in Burke Mountain, central Coquitlam, Westwood Plateau, and Rockridge. Building custom dream homes successfully since 1992.
Peter Legge is an inspiration to anyone who meets him! He lives his life dream as an internationally acclaimed professional speaker, a bestselling author and as Chairman & CEO of the largest independently owned magazine publishing company in Western Canada – Canada Wide Media Limited. He is a community leader, tirelessly devoting his time to many worthwhile organizations and a past Chair of the Vancouver Board of Trade. For more than 40 years, Peter Legge has embodied the gutsy spirit […]
Soroptimist International of the TriCities is part of a global volunteer organization that improves the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. The name Soroptimist means “best for women.” Soroptimists are women at their best helping other women to be their best. Soroptimist International of the TriCities helps women and girls in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody through a variety of programs. www.soroptimisttricities.org
The Steps Together Foundation was founded in 2011 by the Safaya family of Coquitlam, BC, Canada. The mission of the foundation is to extend financial assistance to youth, as well as provide them opportunities for self-learning and capacity building. Each member of the foundation values higher education and the role it plays in achieving personal growth. This philosophy has been followed by all three generations of the Safaya family, hence the Foundation pledges to take steps together with youth who […]
Vivien has lived rehabilitation and gymnastics all her life. Vivien was exposed to rehabilitation gyms from her infancy. She discovered her passion for gymnastics while accompanying her Dad to the rehab gym whenever she had the chance. An accident left her brother quadriplegic at the age of 19, motivating her to bring her love of gymnastics to all children, including those living with disabilities. Vivien obtained degrees in Physical and Health Education at Queen’s and Dalhousie Universities, specializing in adapted […]
Before he died in December 2009 at the age of 83, Mr. Stewart directed in his will that the foundation distribute monies to help people with Alzheimer’s and kidney disease as well as Tri-City students attending Simon Fraser University.
The Trevor Wingrove Bursary Fund was established in 2013 in the memory of Trevor Wingrove, a long-time local lacrosse star and respected City of Coquitlam manager who died of cancer at the age of 42 in 2010.