Const. John Davidson was laid to rest on Sunday.

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Const. John Davidson laid to rest, parts of Surrey flood and more

1. ‘An officer and a gentleman’: Const. John Davidson is laid to rest

Thousands attended memorial service for slain Abbotsford Police officer. See more >

2. Rain floods 150th Street in Surrey

Heavy downpour Sunday night led to 150th Street flooding in the Guildford area, near 108th Avenue. See more >

3. Surrey man, 25, stabbed during fight at Fleetwood home

When Surrey RCMP arrived, they found a man in the home suffering from multiple stab wounds, including possibly one to the lung. See more >

4. ‘Party bus’ goes up in flames in Vancouver

Bystanders say the bus caught fire on Granville Street between Smythe Street and Seymour Street. See more >

5. Heavy rains, winds hit B.C.’s south coast

Pouring rains and heavy winds pounded B.C.’s south coast on Sunday. See more >


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