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Up to 20 cm of snow expected in parts of Lower Mainland, possible bridge lane closures, and more

1. 10-20 cm of snow expected Friday in Lower Mainland

A snowfall warning from Environment Canada remains in effect from the North Shore mountains out to Hope. See more >

Calm before the #bcstorm

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2. Lane closures on Alex Fraser, Port Mann bridges considered to avoid ‘ice bombs’

The province spent $5 million clearing both bridges last year, after 100 people reported ice or snow-caused damage to their cars. See more >

3. Thieves make off with live trolley wires in Vancouver

Transit Police warn that touching live wire can be deadly. See more >

4. Surrey MP apologizes for inviting criminal to Trudeau reception

Prime Minister is being peppered with questions about the controversy involving Jaspal Atwal, convicted in the 1980s of attempting to kill an Indian cabinet minister who was travelling in Canada. See more >

5. Barnful of ducks die in early morning blaze

The cause of the fire is not yet knowm for the structure off Huntingdon Road near Clearbrook Road in Abbotsford. See more >



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