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Maple Ridge tent city back in court, Tim Shields’ complainant on the stand and more you need to know

1. Langley homeless man who stabbed another man in 2015 not criminally responsible

David Van Den Brink was charged with second-degree murder in the death of 37-year-old Wells Gallagher, who was killed in Langley on June 1, 2015. See more >

2. Complainant to describe sexual comments in former Mountie’ case

The judge in Tim Shields’ trial ruled Monday that any sexual comments made by Shields towards the complainant prior to the time of an alleged sexual assault would be admissible in court. See more >

3. Battle over Maple Ridge homeless camp back in court

City of Maple Ridge seeking a delay in process to clear tent city. See more >

4. ‘Nobody wanted this’: North Delta-raised boxer Adam Braidwood opens up about delivering fatal punches in fight with Tim Hague

North Delta-raised boxer Adam Braidwood has opened up about the death of opponent Tim Hague. See more >

5. Surrey surgeon launches campaign for sick wife in need of bone marrow transplant

#Match4Elsa campaign urges people to join international bone marrow registry. See more >


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