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Shooting reported in Aldergrove, first-of-its-kind rental units see popularity in Surrey and more

1. Overnight shooting reported in Aldergrove

Police are on scene of what appears to have been a shooting in Aldergrove. See more >

Police at scene of reported shooting in Aldergrove. More to come. #langley langleytimes.com

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2. Therapy dog shot after hunter mistakes it for a wolf

A Squamish woman is mourning the loss of her dog after a routien hike turned tragic. See more >

3. Eating cereal, trimming nose hairs – it’s all illegal while driving

That’s the reminder traffic enforcement officer Lorne Lecker has for B.C. drivers. See more >

4. Translink report suggests $50 million Abbotsford rail crossing

The report said the project would reduce the amount of time roads are blocked by trains waiting to cross the Fraser River. See more >

5. New rental building in Surrey sees nearly 2,000 applicants for 97 units

The long-term rental housing project is the first of its kind to be built in Surrey in more than 30 years. See more >

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