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Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks to a justice committee and more

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer holds a press conference in reaction to Jody Wilson-Raybould’s appearance at the House of Commons Justice Committee on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick)

Here are the top Black Press Media stories for Thursday, Feb. 28.

1. No one hurt in dramatic head-on crash between bus and Mustang: Surrey RCMP

Police believe the cause of the crash was the 34-year-older Surrey man driving the Mustang “suffering from a medical issue prior to the collision.” See more >

2. COMMUTER ALERT: Multi-vehicle accident in Burnaby causing major delays along Highway 1

A multi-vehicle pileup Thursday morning near the Gaglardi Way exit in Burbaby caused major delays, impacting travellers as far back as the Port Mann Bridge. See more >

3. Wilson-Raybould’s place in Liberal party at risk after SNC-Lavalin testimony

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is reconsidering Jody Wilson-Raybould’s future in the Liberal party after his former attorney general accused him and his senior staff of putting her under pressure in an SNC-Lavalin case. See more >

4. Search warrant executed in Abbotsford as part of organized-crime investigation

Several officers and police cars, including an armoured vehicle, arrived at about 11 a.m. at a home in the 34000 block of Laburnum Avenue – at the intersection with Immel Street – in east Abbotsford. See more >

5. Two more measles cases in B.C. brings total to 15

The latest people to be infected had been receiving follow-up care since the first exposures were announced earlier this month, stemming from two French-language schools in Vancouver. See more >

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