Laura Baziuk

Five people treated for overdose after partying at Cultus Lake

The group had to be taken to hospital after consuming too much and mixing what they were taking

Two young men, ages 16 and 24, drown at Harrison Lake

Bodies have been recovered by the RCMP dive team after report of drowning on Sunday

Fraser Valley residents urged to conserve water

Residents, farmers, businesses and municipalities asked to cut water use by 30 per cent

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Double homicide in Langley, fatal shooting in Abbotsford, and no more tolls

You can now cross the Golden Ears and Port Mann bridges for free

Premier John Horgan’s campaign promise to eliminate tolls is now in effect

Fraser Health to open new clinics to help combat the opioid crisis

The clinics will open in Burnaby, Maple Ridge, Chilliwack, Abbotsford, Mission, and Langley

RCMP officer with dog unit charged following arrest at Surrey home

Cpl. Todd Abram with the Lower Mainland Integrated Police Dog Services faces one count of assault

Fraser Health issues warning after spike in drug overdose deaths

The region saw 17 people die of suspected illicit drug overdose over the past week

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Possible plan coming to remove bridge tolls, teen hurt after egg thrown at him, and more

B.C. firefighter fined for breaking campfire ban

Three crew members had been photographed on a lake in the Shuswap

Former B.C. teacher told student he loved her, drove by her house

Hsu Yang Cheng has agreed to never apply to a teaching certificate again

B.C. promises discussions to address recent Surrey gun violence

Neighbourhoods were hit with three shootings in 12 hours this week.

Group loses bid to display pro-life ads on Lower Mainland buses

The Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform had argued its right to freedom of expression.

UPDATED: Tentative deal reached with community health workers

More than 200 employees were set to walk off the job Friday

‘Extreme’ fire danger rating in place for Metro Vancouver

The regional district says this will remain in effect until there is significant rainfall

B.C. cop charged with sexual assault

Const. Sukhwinder “Vinnie” Dosajnh was arrested in Victoria in relation to an alleged 2005 incident

Former B.C. superintendent punished for misusing $29,000

Gregory Joseph Bitgood’s teaching certificate has been suspended for three months

RCMP warn of scam targeting female Chinese students

Six incidents have been reported so far in the Lower Mainland

Wildfire evacuees told to double-check evacuation orders before driving home

RCMP say several people have been turned away because orders were not yet lifted for their areas

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Daytime shooting in South Surrey, an idea for light-rail from Delta to Chilliwack, and more