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A look at Surrey’s supervised consumption site, Lower Mainland traffic woes and more you need to know

1. ‘Less traffic, more funding’ goal of mobility pricing commission

The Mayors Council has unveiled a new independent pricing commission to look at mobility pricing. See more >

2. A first look inside Surrey’s safe consumption site

It will be the first such site in the Fraser Health region since the spike in overdose deaths last year. See more >

3. Family of four breaks with traditional lifestyle on cycle tour

Peter Van Glabeek and his partner Petra Stranger, as well as their two young children Ben (5) and Esme (3) have been traversing the globe in an adventure that many would find daunting. See more >

4. Dirty White Rock tap water ‘absolutely disgusting’

A resident on the west side of White Rock says he’s struggling to write a letter to the city that will properly express his dismay over the dirty water that came from his household taps Monday morning. See more >

5. Coquitlam RCMP hope distinctive jewelry can help solve 40-year-old cold case

A man’s body found in a Port Moody lake was never identified. See more >


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