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1. Residents rally after eagle nest illegally vandalized in South Surrey

“It’s absolutely astonishing that… some bonehead with a chainsaw can cut down an active eagle nest.” See more >

2. Police to announce ‘significant developments’ in Marrisa Shen homicide case

The 13-year-old was found dead in Burnaby’s Central Park in the early morning hours of July 18. See more >

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3. Teachers’ union says SOGI 123 debate by Chilliwack trustee candidates is irrelevant

A grouped dubbed the “Hate Slate” is running for school board on an anti-SOGI policy. See more >

4. Hundreds of pounds of apples dumped along railway in Hope dangerous for bear population

‘A fed bear is a dead bear’ is a message often used by those who fight hard to protect wildlife and prevent bear deaths. See more >

5. New 20-minute hepatitis C screening test launches in Metro Vancouver

London Drugs pilot hopes to help diagnose thousands that are unaware they have the virus. See more >


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