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Justin Trudeau visits South Surrey, a boulder sparks evacuations in Agassiz and more

1. Justin Trudeau visits South Surrey, White Rock pier

He’s campaigning for Liberal candidate Gordie Hogg. See more >

2. Liver recipient thanking ICU staff at hospital in Maple Ridge with popcorn

Operation Popcorn runs from Dec. 4 to Dec. 8 when transplant recipients, living donors, and donor families thank health care professionals on behalf of B.C. Transplant in communities across the province. See more >

3. Killer sentenced for ‘brutal’ downtown Chilliwack stabbing

Robert Splitt was stabbed at least 52 times in front of dozens of witnesses in front of the Save-On-Foods on May 6, 2016. See more >

4. Surrey considering legalization of illegal suites

The report comes after owners of 175 multiple suites in East Clayton were given six months’ notice to evict their tenants by the end of January 2018. See more >

5. Boulder sparks evacuation order in Agassiz

According to District of Kent Mayor John Van Laerhoven, a local state of emergency was declared as a precautionary measure. See more >


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