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A shooting in South Surrey, track and field championships wrap up in Langley and more

1. Police standoff ends peacefully after man shot in South Surrey

A “targeted” shooting of a man in South Surrey Saturday evening ended up with a police standoff and warning to stay away from an area north of the Pacific Highway U.S. border crossing. See more >

2. Provincial track and field championships wrap up in Langley

The three-day meet concluded with the 200m, 800m and 3000m finals, as well as the 4x400m relays for track. See more >

3. Sinkhole creates problems at Granville Island

Those wishing to stroll around Granville Island in Vancouver on Saturday afternoon could not get there by car because of a sinkhole. See more >

4. Surrey resident earns award for ‘heroic actions’ after vicious attack on woman

Surrey’s top cop says without Simon Masoud’s help woman ‘would have been more gravely injured.’ See more >

5. Consumer debt study says people’s mental and physical health suffering under strain of debt

Crushing consumer debt loads appear to be driving British Columbians to despair. See more >


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