A pedestrian-involved crash in Surrey’s Newton neighbourhood on Sunday morning. (Shane MacKichan)

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North Vancouver apartment fire kills two, crash near a Surrey cemetery kills two others, and more

1. Two dead in overnight North Vancouver apartment fire

Fire officials say 16 others were taken to hospital with various injuries. See more >

2. Alcohol suspected factor after pedestrian hit by pickup truck in Surrey

RCMP say driver was arrested after Newton crash Sunday morning. See more >

3. Crash in stolen Langley vehicle kills two on 16 Avenue

Two men known to police died in a crash early Sunday morning near Hazelmere Cemetery. See more >

4. Justify’s Triple Crown run caps magical run for Langley breeder

John Gunther, owner of Glennwood Farm in Kentucky, bred 13th U.S. Triple Crown champion Justify. See more >

5. Rescued parrots awaiting adoption find sanctuary in Delta via Craigslist

About 500 birds were rescued in 2016 form the World Parrot Refuge on Vancouver Island. See more >

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