Ten days until spring, but Environment Canada says more snow is on its way. (Carli Berry/Capital News)

5 to start your day

Yet another snowfall warning, another shooting in Chilliwack, a fancy cat show, and more

Here are Black Press Media’s top stories in the Lower Mainland for Monday, March 11.

1. Snow warning for Lower Mainland despite approaching spring

Five centimetres predicted for Metro Vancouver and much of the Fraser Valley overnight. See more >

2. BCLC investigate allegations against White Rock shredding company

The company is alleged to have left sensitive documents such as bank information, blood tests and passports unshredded and unguarded in a truck parking lot. See more >

3. Another fatal shooting in Chilliwack

A man in his 30s was shot and killed in the 45700-block of Alexander Avenue early Sunday morning. See more >

4. OPINION: Online harassment of politicians is bad, but it’s not bullying

Muddying the definition of bullying hurts efforts to help vulnerable victims, Tyler Olsen of the Abbotsford News writes. See more >

5. Cat fanciers show off their fancy felines

Forget the Westminster Kennel Club. The Cat Fanciers of B.C. held its Lucky Cats show in Abbotsford this weekend. See more >

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