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CPR brings a poodle back to life, neighbours donate to couple after tragic fire and more

1. Two-year-old girl dies after suspected drowning in New Westminster

Police are calling the death of a toddler tragic and say at this time foul play is not suspected. See more >

2. CPR brings back Maple Ridge poodle

Terry MacPherson just happened to know how to give canines CPR, and it happened to save Suzy the poodle’s life. See more >

3. Neighbours rally for victims of Surrey trailer fire

Glenn and Gerald awoke around 2 a.m. to a fire at the back of their home, and have since lost everything. See more >

4. VIDEO: Homeless man’s cats placed in shelter

WATCH: The cats of a prominent Abbotsford homeless man have been placed in a shelter after the SPCA deemed their living conditions on the street ‘not OK’. See more >

5. North Vancouver police investigating alleged sexual assault involving minor

Catholic Independent Schools Vancouver Archdiocese has since sent a letter to parents. See more >

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