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A tractor mows down a commemorative tree, Christy Clark talks tough on lumber and more.

1. Fort Langley commemorative tree mowed down within hours

A sugar maple honouring fallen First World War soldiers hs been mowed over by a tractor – less than 48 hours after it was planted. See more >

2. VIDEO: Christy Clark talks tough on lumber

B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark was talking tough Tuesday in Maple Ridge after the U.S. suddenly slapped duties of 20 per cent on Canadian lumber. See more >

3. Faculty ‘shocked’ SFU cut its Aboriginal University Transition Program

An instructor at Simon Fraser University is in complete shock after finding out the university is cutting its Aboriginal University Transition Program. See more >

4. ELECTION 2017: Parties square off on child care

They’re too young to vote themselves, but child care is certainly an election issue top of mind for many of their parents. See more >

Liberal,NDP,Green views on childcare
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5. Canucks call on Travis Green to fill head coach position

Green has spent the past four seasons as the head coach of Vancouver’s American Hockey League affiliate in Utica, N.Y. See more >


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