Tri-Cities News Digest September 29

Pic of the Day:  Steve Sainas/Mud Dog has a show on October 1st at 20:00 @ Townhall Public House in Coquitlam

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National anti-graffiti symposium in Coquitlam next month

A national conference on how to combat graffiti will be hosted in Coquitlam next month. And a top cop known for his work on geographic profiling will be among the speakers. Kim Rossmo, a former detective inspector with the Vancouver Police Department and now the criminology chair at Texas State University, will talk about graffiti vandals at the The Anti-Graffiti Symposium (TAGS) that runs Oct.

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Editorial: MP’s salmon farm bill worth a look

Tri City News September 29, 2016 02:05 PM Port Moody-Coquitlam MP Fin Donnelly is raising an important issue with Bill C-228, which would require the west coast aquaculture industry to move to closed-containment systems instead of open net-cages in the ocean.

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Messenger, Rogers get call to NLL

Two former Coquitlam Jr. Adanacs were chosen in the first round of the National Lacrosse League 2016 draft Monday night. With their second overall selection the Toronto Rock took Challen Rogers, while Mike Messenger was chosen one pick later by the Saskatchewan Rush.

Medals galore for Tri-City athletes at 55+ BC Games

Shannon, Dykstra take home golds in swim events Coquitlam swimmer Len Shannon struck gold at the 55+ BC Games, taking home five first-place medals in the swimming pool last week. Competing in the 70 to 74 age group, Shannon won the 25 m, 50 m and 100 m backstroke along with the 25 m and 50 m freestyle.

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