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No answers on Pitt Meadows police situation, a death in Surrey and more

1. Heavy police presence near Hoffman Park in Pitt Meadows

Police cordoned off a home on Advent Road near Hoffman Park in Pitt Meadows on Sunday. See more >

2. White Rock’s Team Canada wins second of two games in Little League World Series

Canadian boys defeat Venezuela 7-3 Sunday morning after trouncing Italy in Thursday’s opener. See more >

3. ‘No danger’ to public after mental health call in Mission

Sgt. Chris Robinson said that multiple Lower Mainland RCMP detachments and the Emergency Response Team responded to a man who called police on himself. See more >

4. Surrey RCMP investigate ‘suspicious’ death in Newton

According to police, they were called to the 6900 block of 127a Street just before 5:30 a.m. and found an unresponsive person in a laneway. See more >

5. Harrison Lake wildfire grows to 30 hectares

The human-caused fire is still zero per cent contained. See more >


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