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Maple Ridge mayor returns to city hall, no new cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium and more

1. Mayor Read back at Maple Ridge city hall

Nicole Read said she will not be discussing the threats against her, which kept her away from work for five weeks, because they are the subject of an RCMP investigation. See more >

2. VIDEO: Aldergrove pool worker airlifted to hospital following workplace accident

A worker helping to construct the new Aldergrove pool was airlifted to hospital on Saturday, after falling nearly 20 feet into a hole. See more >

3. Vancouver Aquarium will fight park board’s vote to ban new cetaceans

The Vancouver Park Board voted to ban new cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium during a May 15 meeting. See more >

4. Police identify victim of Sunday’s Richmond homicide

Investigators suspect the driver of a reddish-orange Kia Forte is responsible. See more >

Kia Forte

5. Abbotsford real estate appraiser faces three child porn charges

Joshua James Kitsul, 33, has been charged with two counts of making child porn available and one count of possession of child porn. See more >


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