Kevin Sears, a Surrey resident injured during the mass shooting in Las Vegas last fall, wore a “Vegas Strong” jersey while being honoured as the “Vegas Strong Hero of the Game” at the Vegas Golden Knights hockey game against the visiting Vancouver Canucks last Friday (Feb. 23). (Photo: Alison Linden/Black Press)

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Federal workers rally for immediate action on Phoenix pay system

Those protesting outside the Agassiz Research and Development Centre, as part of a nation-wide rally, said it’s ‘too little, too late’ for the federal government to fix the notoriously problematic pay system. See more >

RCMP warn of disturbing phone calls being made to Lower Mainland women

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The operator of the plane that slid off the runway at Abbotsford International Airport was fined $30,000 last year for repeatedly allowing improperly maintained aircraft to take off, documents who. See more >

Rising gas prices lead to long lineups in Langley

Langley currently has the lowest gas prices in the Lower Mainland, as a minor gas price war seems to have started. See more >

Vegas shooting survivor from Surrey honoured at NHL hockey game

Kevin Sears wore his custom ‘Vegas Strong’ jersey to the game, and even revisited the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival concert site where 58 people were killed. See more >


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