Tri-Cities News Digest October 12

Pic of the Day:  Coquitlam River Watershed Society – Some adult salmon have been spotted in the #CoquitlamRiver! Join us to celebrate their return at #SalmonComeHome Festival on Sunday, Oct 23. Photo from @GeofferyKehrig on Twitter.


Wednesday Highlights:

  • Salmon have been spotted – welcome home salmon celebration on Oct. 23 (pic),
  • Coquitlam coach Randy Downe charged with child pornography offences,
  • “Historic” storm to hit B.C.’s south coast – get prepared,
  • David Suzuki supports MP Donnelly’s salmon bill,
  • A first look at the Evergreen Extension of the Millennium SkyTrain Line,
  • CP Holiday Train coming Dec. 17 to Port Moody & PoCo.

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“Historic” storm to hit B.C.’s south coast | Metro News

Batten down the hatches, Metro Vancouver -four intense fall storms are forecast to hit B.C.’s south coast starting Wednesday night and continuing until Saturday. The Saturday storm could be as strong as the 2006 Stanley Park windstorm, with up to 100 km/hr winds, said Matt MacDonald, a meteorologist with Environment Canada.

A first look at the Evergreen Extension of the Millennium SkyTrain Line

The extension to the Millennium SkyTrain Line is going to connect the Metro Vancouver region like never before. That was my biggest takeaway from tagging along on a quick tour for elected officials of a couple of soon-to-be-opened new stations on the SkyTrain system yesterday morning.

Mossom Hatchery: teaching the next generation

Mossom Creek is no Niagara Falls. For the most part, you can’t get close to it because of the thick forest and underbrush that surounds it and the fact that it cuts through a steep ravine in Port. . .
















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