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Hwy. 1 set to reopen Monday, a pedestrian dies in Surrey and more

1. Highway 1 expected to reopen fully between Hope and Chilliwack

A landslide closed the highway late last week. Read more >

2. Pedestrian dies after accident in Guildford

Around 4:45 p.m. on Saturday afternoon, Surrey crews responded on scene after a pedestrian was struck outside of Fire Hall 4 at 146th Street and 108 Avenue. See more >

3. Agreement reached to address safety issues at Anita Place Tent City

If the courts agree then the tent city will not have to move. See more >

4. Langley condo buyer shocked to learn sales agreement could be cancelled

The builder of the complex owes at least $62 million to various creditors, more than double the estimated $29 million replacement cost of the building, according to the receiver’s report. See more >

5. Surrey woman seeks justice for euthanized dog

Lander’s life was turned upside down earlier this year, during an incident that occurred on July 16th, 2017. See more >


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