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Maple Ridge dismantles homeless camp, B.C. saw a 60 per cent voter turnout and more.

1. VIDEO: Maple Ridge moves against homeless camp

Maple Ridge bylaw enforcement officers and RCMP members descended on a homeless camp in downtown Maple Ridge on Thursday. See more >

Posted by The Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News on Thursday, May 11, 2017

2. VIDEO: Fire victim receives the gift of hearing

Art Paley is hearing in stereo again, thanks to the generosity of a Langley company. See more >

3. Sixty per cent of B.C. took to the polls to vote

Overall voter turnout may have been buoyed by a record number of advanced votes, as over 600,000 B.C. residents cast their ballots during advance polls. See more >

4. Accused in White Rock homicide pleads ‘not criminally responsible’

Jeffrey Caillé was charged with second-degree murder following August 2014 altercation in White Rock, and was in court Thursday. See more >

5. VIDEO: BC Lions Marco Ianuzzi shares tips on finding the perfect career

At the Black Press Career Fair, the wide-receiver told job seekers to not hesitate to apply, and that “the worst thing someone could say is no.” See more >

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