Resources

AMENITIES:

The Maillardville commercial strip along and around Brunette Avenue offers many great choices of over 40 financial, retail, dining, and professional services and offices!

Maillardville is also well situated to access numerous amenities such as:

Clock tower at the entrance to historic Maillardville at Lougheed Highway and Brunette Street.
  • entertainment:  Silver City Theatre, Crash Crawlies, Hard Rock Casino
  • shopping:  Ikea, Canadian Tire, Superstore
  • restaurants:  Cactus Club, ABC Family Restaurant, Kefi Greek Kouzina

Near the Lougheed border of Maillardville is the United Boulevard Industrial Park with such big name businesses as Home Depot, Lee Valley, Toys ‘r Us, Fabricana, Winners, and numerous furniture stores.

PARKS:

Mackin Park

Mackin Park on the corner of Brunette and King Edward, near the tennis courts and parking lot. Mackin Park, on the corner of Brunette Street and King Edward Avenue, offers community members and visitors a wide variety of facilities for the sport enthusiast as well as walkers, families with young children, and organized groups looking for a great spot for a picnic. More pictures.
The Coquitlam Little League uses Mackin Park as a home field, often utilizing the dedicated little league baseball field as well as three other baseball diamonds.  Similarly, the Coquitlam Minor Football Association schedules home games in Mackin Park in the autumn on its two Class A fields, sharing the facility with local soccer teams. Cardinals Little League team preparing for a game at Mackin Park.
When Mackin Park is available in the spring and summer, the casual visitor will be tempted to pause and watch The Windies Cricket Club who call this well utilized park their home field.

The Windies during a cricket match at Mackin Park.

Playground with childrens' wading pool and covered picnic tables nearby. Mackin Park is also a draw to families with young children who enjoy the children’s spray pool during the summer months.  
Tennis courts and practise court are near the Brunnette Street and King Edward Avenue intersection.  A perimeter trail appeals to dog walkers, people out for a stroll, power walkers, and runners alike.  The trail winds its way past all the sports facilities, providing diversion as you walk during the busy sports’ seasons.

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SCHOOLS:

Public Schools

Alderson Elementary

Grades K – 5

Rochester Elementary with French Immersion

Grades K – 5

Maillard Middle School with French Immersion

Grades 6 – 8

Independent Schools

Our Lady of Fatima School with French immersion

Traditional Learning Academy

Our Lady of Fatima K- 7

Traditional Learning Academy K – 12

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CLUBS and ORGANIZATIONS:

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For more information on this unique Maillardville francophone organization, check out their website.

Scouts francophones de la Colombie – Britannique

Simon and Commissioner Stephen Tremblay at Festival du Bois Simon with Commissioner Stephen Tremblay at Festival du Bois

Scouts francophones de la

Colombie – Britannique

Festival du Bois fun

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