Cyclist killed in crash with dump truck on West Esplanade in North Vancouver, Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019. (Shane MacKichan)

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Bystander shot in Vancouver pot shop shooting, cyclist killed in dump truck crash, and more

Here are the top stories for Monday, Jan. 28:

1. Customer hurt in shooting, armed robbery at Vancouver pot shop

Two suspects wearing masks hit up the Stepping Stone Holistic Living Store on Sunday evening, and a bystander was shot. See more >

2. Cyclist killed in dump truck crash in North Vancouver

A cyclist was killed after colliding with a dump truck on Sunday afternoon near Lonsdale Quay. See more >

3. Sudden closure of Surrey trampoline park causes party planners to flip out

Parents whose children had birthday parties scheduled at the trampoline park were not happy. See more >

4. Trans Mountain pipeline work destroyed salmon habitat: scientist

A biologist with 30 years’ experience calls the work on the Stewart Creek crossing in Chilliwack “amateur hour.” See more >

5. Retired police spokesperson Shinder Kirk remembered

A celebration of life was held in Abbotsford after the widely respected officer was killed in head-on crash in Nanaimo just before Christmas. See more >

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