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First responders remember 9/11, Mounties on the hunt for a hit-and-run suspect and more

1. First responders gather at the Peace Arch to remember 9/11’s fallen

Hundreds of police and firefighters, along with South Surrey-White Rock MP Dianne Watts, gathered to pay their respects. See more >

2. Surrey residents win 2017 PNE Prize Home

Lucky Surrey residents Andy Bachler and Ming Lee have won this year’s PNE Prize Home. See more >

3. Abbotsford Police cruiser involved in crash

It is believed that only minor injuries were suffered to all parties. See more >

4. Blind cow, adopted calf find escape from slaughter at Surrey farm

Gracie, a blind pregnant cow and Peanut, her adopted calf, have found an escape from the slaughterhouse at SALI’s Farm. See more >

5. Police hunt for suspect in Highway 3 crash

Mounties responded to a two-vehicle collision about 10 kilometres east of Hope on the highway at around 3 p.m. See more >


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