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‘Young, innocent’ teen dies in Vancouver shootout, 152 Street overpass repairs start and more

1. ‘Young, innocent’ teen hit during Vancouver shootout dies

The 15-year-old was caught in the crossfire of a gang-related shooting while driving home with his family. See more >

2. Union files human rights complaint over Chilliwack school trustee’s LGBTQ comments

The union said his attitudes, expressed online, in board meetings and in spoken public forums, created “an unsafe work environment for CUPE members and other Board employee.” See more >

3. Men accused in Michael Bonin’s murder knew him: IHIT

Ryan Watt, 26, of Vancouver, Joshua Fleurant, 20 of Prince George, and Jared Jorgenson, 27, of Dawson Creek have all been charged with first-degree murder in connection with Bonin’s death. See more >

4. Congestion points or distance: How Metro Vancouver could pay for its roads

A commission tasked with figuring out how mobility pricing should work in Metro Vancouver released its first report on Tuesday, outlining two possibilities: “congestion point” charges or distance-based charges. See more >

5. 152 Street overpass repairs to start

The overpass was hit by a truck late last year. See more >


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