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cms_logoWelcome to the website of the Coquitlam Men’s Shed.

Welcome to the Coquitlam Men’s Shed. This is a replacement for the shed (or workshop) you had before you downsized or lost to storage or the shed you always wanted. The shed is now built but we could use your help to take it to the next level. See the side bar for opening times. There is a lot more to a Men’s Shed than you think, check the links to see what it is really all about, then come along and help. Oh! Previous experience with life and a respectful attitude are all the qualifications required.


Check out our new brochure


We are now a society! See update here.

What Is It?

AMSA defines a men’s shed as a community-based, non-profit, non-commercial organization that is accessible to all men and whose primary activity is the provision of a safe and friendly environment where men are able to work on meaningful projects at their own pace in their own time in the company of other men. A major objective is to advance the well-being and health of their male members.

Would you be interested in a place where you can work on projects with others in the Coquitlam area? Would you like to learn some new skills? Do you have something you can teach or share with others? We’d like to hear from you!

The purpose is to offer men an alternate way to reach out, avoid ‘isolation’, find new opportunities and interests, to socialize and work along with other men on activities which give a sense of purpose.

Got questions ? – Please contact us  and leave an email or phone number.

Want to join? Print out and fill in this application. You can then scan it and send it back to us here
When this Covid-19 thing came along and it was suggested that we should self-isolate most members of Coquitlam Men’s Shed
David Q and Karl were seen to be working this month. That darned “work ethic” seems to be creeping into
What happened to the rest of the summer and the fall? There was so much activity that there was little
Last week, Teri Towner, one of our favorite city councillors asked us if we could do a little work for
Some of my fans have suggested that reporting on the inactivity that happens in the Shed may place the Shedders
How to use this computer. Situation 1) When having a trying conversation. Hand the Kiwi MEWE to the other person
We did a lot of talking last week. Alice Wong the Member of Parliament for Richmond Centre came to visit
Well my friends it has been quite a month, it started with a BIG cheque curtesy of Vancity Credit Union.
Sorry that it has taken me so long to get around to this, the problem is that there has been
THIS IS NOT AN APRIL FOOLS DAY STUNT. 5 cubic yards of soil being delivered to the homeless shelter, to

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