Something fishy!


The Noons Creek hatchery played host to two community involved guests last Friday (4/22) – Port Moody City Mayor Mike Clay and Pacific Coast Terminals Office, HR and Communications Manager, Jennifer McKinnon.

After a pre-arranged meeting with Mayor Clay, Jennifer insisted he show her the hatchery on Noons Creek – and so he obliged!

And at this time of year, no visit would be complete without asking our guests to pitch in and help release some of our nearly 40,000 Chum fry into the creek.  So with buckets of fry in hand, PMES Vice President Dave Bennie ushered them both down the path to the creek to get some practice in before our iconic Fingerling Festival on 7th May.  And as you can see, both had a fun time.  Alas, they did fail in one regard….neither of them named any of their fry prior to release.  🙁

Seriously, we wish to thank Mayor Clay for bringing Jennifer down to the hatchery to see first hand how we interact with the local community!  And thanks Jennifer for continuing the long-standing relationship PMES has with it’s community partners, including Pacific Coast Terminals.



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