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Two injured after incident at Maple Ridge parking lot, two hikers stabbed on Mount Seymour and more

Two in hospital after truck smashes guard rails, crashes into bus stop

A woman and child were taken to hospital after trying to get out of the way of a pickup truck that hit a bus stop Thursday at a Maple Ridge McDonalds. See more >

Police actions justified in incident involving death of Const. John Davidson, IIO says

Police watchdog said no officers committed an offence in the Nov. 6 incident. See more >

Province funds $1.5 million for new overdose outreach teams

Outreach teams will be created in seven Lower Mainland communities. See more >

Two hikers stabbed on Mount Seymour

In the span of three hours two seperate 9-1-1 calls were made from two men both suffering from stab wounds on Mount Seymore. See more >

RCMP puppy contest starts with a name, ends with a bond

Lower Mainland RCMP Cpl. Mike Jordan said naming the dogs is the first step in what becomes years of integral bonding between a police dog and his handler. See more >

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