5 to start your day

Thousands expected at Vancouver 4/20 event, Abbotsford suing water plant for flood damages and more.

1. Opioids claim another 120 lives in March: B.C. coroner

Nearly four people died every day last month from an illicit drug overdose in British Columbia. See more >

2. ELECTION 2017: Freezing rates or increasing them

When it comes to hydro rates, B.C. party leaders are making conflicting promises on utility rates. See more >

3. Abbotsford suing designer of water plant for flood-related damage

City says the Norrish Creek Water Plant failed to include ‘failsafe measures.’ See more >

4. Deal worked out to house seniors displaced by Langley City fire

Fifty seniors forced from their homes in the Birch building last week will have housing for the next few months. See more >

5. Thousands expected at Vancouver 4/20 event

Police are warning of traffic delays and congestion in Vancouver, as annual 4/20 celebrations take place at Sunset Beach and the Vancouver Art Gallery throughout the day. See more >


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