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A Langley brings people over the border, woman sentenced in the death of Pitt Meadows teens and more

1. Jail time for woman who caused deaths of Pitt Meadows young couple

Andelina Hecimovic was convicted for dangerous driving causing the deaths of 21-year-old Johnny de Oliveira and his 19-year-old girlfriend Rebecca (Beckie) Dyer in January. See more >

2. Trauma dog eases anxiety for Langley victims

Orca the black lab is one the newest employees of Client Support and Victim Services, a program run by the Langley RCMP. See more >

3. Surrey’s safe injection site has reversed 11 overdoses so far, says Fraser Health

So far, the site has had 652 visits by 156 people who use drugs. See more >

4. Complainant describes details of ex-RCMP Tim Shields’ alleged sexual assault

The complaining discussed an alleged bathroom incident in graphic detail. See more >

5. Langley Township man brought people across the border illegally

B.C. Supreme Court ruling describes how Aldergrove resident Joga Singh Badwal took money to help people get into Canada. See more >


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