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Protests over Chilliwack chicken abuse, feeding Maple Ridge’s homeless and more

1. Tarp troubles for homeless on Surrey’s 135A Street

A woman who runs a pop-up soup kitchen in Whalley is crying foul after learning homeless people living in tents have been asked to remove tarps. See more >

2. Maple Ridge resident slaves over stove to provide hot food to tent city residents

Teal Quin is now cooking up a storm three times a week to help the homeless in the Anita Place Tent Camp on St. Anne Avenue. See more >

3. Protesters voice outrage over Chilliwack chicken abuse video

About 40 demonstrators held signs outside Lilydale Farms processing plant in Port Coquitlam. See more >

4. Four of five escaped bears returned to Critter Care facility

Five black bears managed to escape through a hole in the roof of their enclosure at Critter Care Wildlife Rehabilitation facility in South Langley on 216 St. near 4 Ave.Sunday afternoon. See more >

Conservation officer Jack Trudgian says five young bears escaped Critter Care. #langleytimes #langley

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5. Man charged with first-degree murder after Sunshine Coast double homicide

Two charges of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder have been laid against a 19-year-old Powell River man. See more >


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