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CRA scam goes from bad to worse in Vancouver, body of Delta man found in Squamish lake and more

1. Fake cops ‘arrest’ woman, steal $6,000 in latest CRA scam

Vancouver police have issued a warning after fraudsters posed as police officers and tried to arrest a woman in yet another Canada Revenue Agency scam. See more >

2. Missing Delta man’s body found in Alice Lake

According to RCMP, a 20-year-old Delta man was swimming with friends when he went into distress close to the shore, on the southwest side of Alice Lake. See more >

3. Man confessed to ‘Mr. Big’ that he killed his half-sister by suffocating her

Mathew Pernosky, of Abbotsford, faces 10 to 25 years behind bars in the murder of his sibling. See more >

4. B.C.’s ‘unicycle cowboy’ aspires to be rancher one day

Burklan Johnson has only ridden a horse once, but this unicyclist has big plans to become a cowboy. See more >

5. Small new charge on BC Hydro bills goes toward new crisis fund

As of June 1, B.C. residents have been charged a levy of 0.82 cents per day, plus five per cent GST. See more >


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