We now continue along the PoCo Traboulay Trail which follows along the Coquitlam River. Enjoy the beautiful scenery while taking a look at the signage and art along the path.
The map does not mark all of the Historical Continuum panels, but you will be able to see them along the west side of the trail.
|Address||Maple Street and Marpole Avenue (entrance)|
|Colour on Map||Teal|
|# of Art Pieces||2|
The Historical Continuum
Location: Traboulay Trail, enter at Marpole Ave and Maple St.
The Historical Continuum is a series of interpretive panels along the Port Coquitlam Traboulay Trail that explores significant themes in PoCo’s natural and cultural history. The original series, installed in 2008, was a collaborative project between the City of Port Coquitlam and PoCo Heritage. Ten years later, our updated Continuum was created in close collaboration with kʷikʷəƛəm First Nation (KFN) and with the support of the City of Port Coquitlam. Redesigned and rewritten, the panels now include more diverse and inclusive historical narratives. This collaborative project was funded by the “British Columbia Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada” grant administered by the BC Museum Association.