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Maple Ridge Mounties investigate fatal crash, Surrey boy battling cancer needs blood donors and more

1. Driver charged in 2016 crash that killed teen girl misses court date again

A Langley man charged in relation to a 2016 fatal crash in Mission that killed a teenage Langley girl has failed to show up in court for the second time. See more >

2. RCMP investigating possible fatal in pedestrian crash

Maple Ridge Mounties have shut down a stretch of Lougheed Highway and a Coroner is reportedly on scene. See more >

3. Union calls for nurses to be included in workers mental health legislation

“This is a set-back for nurses who give and give until they cannot give anymore,” BCNU acting president Chistine Sorenson said Thursday. See more >

4. Surrey boy’s painful cancer fight inspires call for blood donors

After being been diagnosed with a certain type of hypodiploid acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the family was told there are less than 10 children with the disease across Canada. See more >

5. Vancouver Canuck’s Bo Horvat to represent Team Canada in world championships

Forward Bo Horvat, Coquitlam-born Mathew Barzal and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins of Burnaby were all selected. See more >


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