Lower Mainland residents are moving to apartments, census data shows. (Wikimedia Commons)

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Lower Mainlanders moving to apartments, a workplace injury in Abbotsford and more you need to know

1. Lower Mainland residents shift to condos, duplexes: census

Less than half of Lower Mainland residents live in detached houses, Stats Canada numbers released Tuesday morning show. See more >

2. Alliance sets up new tent camp in Maple Ridge

Another homeless camp has been set up in downtown Maple Ridge, two years after the first one began on Cliff Avenue and just down the road from it. See more >

homeless camp

3. Seniors outnumber kids in B.C.: Stats Can

British Columbia is the fifth oldest province in Canada, 2016 census numbers show. See more >

4. Liam Neeson taken with New Westminster sandwich shop

What started out as a witty message on a New Westminster sandwich board has ended in a visit from Liam Neeson. See more >

When you hear #LiamNeeson is filming in #downtownnewwest

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5. Worker injured in accident at Abbotsford housing development

A worker at a housing development in the Auguston area was airlifted to hospital Tuesday morning after being injured on the job. See more >

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