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Teens thoughts on marijuana, a house fire in Abbotsford and more you need to know

1. Canadian teens thoughts on pot unchanged after legalization news

Some teens say their likelihood of using weed hasn’t changed since the Liberal government announced details of its legalization plan – though they say it’s made them more aware of information on both sides of the debate. See more >

2. NDP leader Horgan says bridge tolls resonating in Maple Ridge

NDP leader John Horgan returned to Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows Sunday continuing to hammer away at the party’s top issue in this area during the B.C. election. See more >

3. WATCH: Large fire at abandoned house in Abbotsford

An abandoned house 2000 block of Ross Road caught fire around 10 a.m. Sunday morning. See more >

4. WATCH: Alpacas sheared in South Langley

Kensington Prairie Farm in South Langley opened its doors to the public Friday for its annual alpaca shearing day. See more >

5. WATCH: B.C. celebrates Easter

Kids across the province hunted for eggs and took part in all sorts of Easter fun. See more >

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