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Guns and pot plants seized from farmhouse, reports of an elderly pedestrian hit in Surrey and more

r1. Police seize explosives, guns, marijuana from Langley farmhouse

During a two day search of the property, they found two improvised explosive devices, bulletproof vests, nine handguns, three assault rifles, seven stolen vehicles, more than 600 rounds of ammunition and more than 500 pot plants. See more >

2. PMO, Liberals refuse to release mayor’s letter

During a Nov. 20 council meeting, the mayor said the lack of notification of Trudeau’s tour of the Five Corners neighbourhood was “extremely disappointing, disrespectful and a total breach of protocol.” See more >

3. Funeral chain defends harshly criticized Fentanyl Prevention Program

The Aldergrove-based funeral chain has been under fire by B.C.’s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe about what she describes as “scare tactics” (that) are not effective when it comes to combating the overdose crisis, following the launch of a “very visual” fentanyl prevention program by Alternatives. See more >

4. Metro Vancouver motorists warned of fog creeping in

Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory for Metro Vancouver, including Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Surrey, Langley and Richmond and Delta. See more >

5. Woman hit by bus during ‘serious pedestrian accident’ in Surrey

Surrey RCMP say to the end of October, there were 113 pedestrian-related crashes, with five fatalities and eight involving serious injuries. See more >


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