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South Surrey man pleads guilty in senior attack, a body found in Mission and more you need to know

1. Man pleads guilty in attack on South Surrey senior

Stephen Thomas Morse, 43, of Langley was arrested on Sept. 4, 2015 and charged with aggravated sexual assault, forcible confinement, break-and-enter, robbery, disguise with intent and use of imitation firearm in connection with the incident. See more >

2. Three sentenced to jail time, fines for fraudulent immigration business in Metro Vancouver

Jin “Fanny” Ma, Ming Kun “Makkie” Wu and Wen “Vivian” Jiang were sentenced for their part in a large-scale immigration fraud through New Can Consultants Ltd. and Wellong International Investments Ltd. See more >

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3. Coroners Service investigates after body found in Mission

Police, fire and hazmat crews were called to the ravine behind the Christine Morrison Elementary early Sunday evening. See more >

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4. Surrey’s Flawless cheerleading team set to compete at Worlds in Florida

The 23 girls of the Champion Cheerleading program (Championcheerleading.ca) will fly to Orlando on April 27 to compete at the prestigeous Cheerleading Worlds competition for a second time. See more >

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5. Police incident at Surrey’s Clayton Heights Secondary

RCMP were called after a student became agitated at the school. See more >

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