Three members of Coquitlam SAR became certified as Transport Canada certified Masters, Skippers or Captains of a vessel under 5 gross tonnage and / or up to 12 passengers on a work boat or passenger vessel anywhere in Canada.
Coquitlam SAR members took time out from our regular training last Tuesday to spend an evening with the 2827 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps British Columbia Regiment (DCO)
Elf is a Coquitlam SAR tradition we started last year. If you haven’t been following the antics of Prussik the SAR Elf, take a look at our Twitter and Facebook feeds, or review the album below
Coquitlam Search and Rescue was activated at 12:30 on Sunday July 24 to locate and rescue a subject who had been hiking with two friends on Eagle Ridge near Buntzen Lake and who had slipped and injured her shoulder. Although cell phone coverage is most often lacking in the backcountry, this group was lucky to to be able to get a …
Coquitlam SAR was asked by Ridge Meadows SAR to assist them with the rescue of a solo female hiker who had reported herself stranded, unable to move up or down, near Evans Peak in Golden Ears Park.