Fog covers Metro Vancouver Monday morning. (Maple Ridge News photo)

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Poor ventilation the cause of a carbon monoxide incident at Delta farm, candlelight vigil held for Surrey basketball player and more

1. Fog advisory re-issued for Metro Vancouver

Morning commuters faced a misty drive to work as a fog advisory was issued once again for Metro Vancouver. See more >

2. Legacy of Maple Ridge teen lives on through foundation

Amanda Todd’s mother Carol stresses the importance of putting the phone down and talking with children. See more >

3. Poor ventilation likely cause of carbon monoxide incident at Delta farm

All 42 patients have been released from hospital, according to the Delta Fire Battalion Chief. See more >

4. Man frustrated that Vancouver taxi driver won’t take him home to New Westminster

“Nothing’s going to change. I’ve done my bit and posted that . Whatever I say or do going forward, nothing is going to change.” See more >

5. Candlelight vigil held for Surrey basketball player, who is remembered as ‘great kid’ with ‘promising future’

Panorama Ridge Secondary’s Raphael Alcoreza died in hospital Thursday night after collapsing mid-game. See more >


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