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Body of missing kayaker found in Capilano river, hundreds attend homeless shelter forum and more

Body of missing kayaker found in Capilano river

North Vancouver RCMP say they received a call about a kayaker in distress on the swollen and fast-moving river on Monday afternoon. See more >

Family says murder victim was not involved in gangs or drugs

Friends and family of Abbotsford’s Jason Dhaliwal say they are at a loss to determine who would want to kill the hard-working 24-year-old. See more >

Police seek cellphone video of fatal Vancouver nightclub fight

“This incident appears to be an isolated fight, fueled by alcohol, that got out of hand,” police said. See more >

‘Frightening’ to hear Grade 6 not early enough for gang intervention: Surrey mayor

Mayor’s Gang Task Force heard from researchers and educators on Monday that Grade 6 might not be early enough for anti-gang education. See more >

Hundreds line up for homeless shelter info session in Maple Ridge

A forum looking to hear from Maple Ridge residents about the latest shelter proposal drew hundreds. See more >

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