Kyle Rollheiser with Worker Bee Honey Company talks about the results of honey samples that were put through their nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) machine. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

Kyle Rollheiser with Worker Bee Honey Company talks about the results of honey samples that were put through their nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) machine. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

5 to start your day

UBC SkyTrain a concern for some mayors, a fraudelent honey detection lab opens in Chilliwack and more

Here are the top stories for Friday, Jan. 25:

1. Gabriel Klein fit to stand trial for Letisha Reimer’s death

A British Columbia Supreme Court justice has ruled that the man accused of killing 13-year-old Letisha Reimer at Abbotsford Senior Secondary is fit to stand trial. See more >

2. Metro Vancouver’s small towns raise concerns over funding rail to ‘wealthy’ UBC

The concerns were raised in response to a report recommended using SkyTrain to connect the planned Broadway Extension to UBC, rather than light rail from either Main Street-Science World or the extension. See more >

3. Police look for man believed to have photographed woman in casino bathroom

A 31-year-old woman told police she had been leaving the Bridgeport Canada Line Station to use a bathroom at the River Rock Casino when a man allegedly followed her inside. See more >

4. Cutting-edge honey detection lab opens in Chilliwack

“Our new lab is a response to honey adulteration, a worldwide problem which is growing larger,” said Worker Bee Honey’s Peter Awram. See more >

5. Maple Ridge residents in India to face charges in honour killing

Surjit Singh Badesha and Malkit Kaur Sidhu had fought a lengthy legal battle against extradition after being charged in India with conspiracy to commit murder in connection with the June 2000 death of Jaswinder Kaur Sidhu. See more >

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