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Lake Country Calendar
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'Troll offered images of my disabled daughter to PORN sites via dark web'has spina bifida, was "ugly as f***" but that paedophiles would pay “premium bu
'Troll offered images of my disabled daughter to PORN sites via dark web'
Daily Mirror / Posted 5 hours ago
has spina bifida, was "ugly as f***" but that paedophiles would pay “premium bucks for special kids." Leia, from Woking, Surrey, was targeted after commenting on a local buy and sell group on Facebook. She had left her profile 'open' so the... Read more
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Rossland News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Rossland News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Maple Ridge News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Revelstoke Review / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Surrey Leader / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Alberni Valley News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Alberni Valley News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Abbotsford News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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BC Local News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Comox Valley Record / Posted 5 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Castlegar News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Castlegar News / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Williams Lake Tribune
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Peace Arch News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Peace Arch News / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Oak Bay News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Oak Bay News / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Penticton Western News / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Aldergrove Star / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Salmon Arm Observer
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Salmon Arm Observer / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Langley Times
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Langley Times / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Mission City Record
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Mission City Record / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Nanaimo News Bulletin
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Nanaimo News Bulletin / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Sooke News Mirror
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Sooke News Mirror / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Summerland Review
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Summerland Review / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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The Northern View
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
The Northern View / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Fernie Free Press / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
32 related stories
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Nelson Star
Communities struggle with tent citiesvalues affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces
Communities struggle with tent cities
Nelson Star / Posted 6 hours ago
values affected by camping in parks, despite efforts to clean up needles, feces and garbage that litter public spaces. Surrey Coun. Dave Woods said his city has camps springing up every night, and he expects it is only a matter of time before a... Read more
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Surrey Leader
UPDATE: Pedestrian killed by freight train in Maple RidgeA 29-year-old Surrey man was struck and killed by a freight train near 225th St
UPDATE: Pedestrian killed by freight train in Maple Ridge
Surrey Leader / Posted 6 hours ago
A 29-year-old Surrey man was struck and killed by a freight train near 225th Street and the Haney Bypass in Maple Ridge on Saturday. Emergency crews were called to the area at about 5 p.m. where a pedestrian had been struck and killed by a westbound... Read more
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BC Local News
Their big day included a big donation— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donate
Their big day included a big donation
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donated $5,000 from their wedding to the BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research in memory of Ranjot’s mother and Remneet’s grandmother. “My mom wasn’t able to be a... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Their big day included a big donation— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donate
Their big day included a big donation
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 7 hours ago
— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donated $5,000 from their wedding to the BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research in memory of Ranjot’s mother and Remneet’s grandmother. “My mom wasn’t able to be a... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Their big day included a big donation— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donate
Their big day included a big donation
Peace Arch News / Posted 7 hours ago
— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donated $5,000 from their wedding to the BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research in memory of Ranjot’s mother and Remneet’s grandmother. “My mom wasn’t able to be a... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Kodiaks claw Wolf Pack for 7-5 winhave five wins and one loss each for 10 points apiece, followed by Abbotsford w
Kodiaks claw Wolf Pack for 7-5 win
Aldergrove Star / Posted 7 hours ago
have five wins and one loss each for 10 points apiece, followed by Abbotsford with eight points, Mission with five and Surrey with zero. The Kodiaks host the Mission Outlaws Sept. 28, 7:15 p.m., and travel to Abbotsford to face the Pilots on... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Their big day included a big donation— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donate
Their big day included a big donation
Surrey Leader / Posted 7 hours ago
— image credit: Submitted Remneet Sihota and Ranjot Deol of Surrey have donated $5,000 from their wedding to the BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research in memory of Ranjot’s mother and Remneet’s grandmother. “My mom wasn’t able to be a... Read more
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Daily Star
Odds of winning biggest Euromillions prize now 140m-1 as punters pledge boycottmaximising returns to good causes, which is, after all, the main purpose of The
Odds of winning biggest Euromillions prize now 140m-1 as punters pledge boycott
Daily Star / Posted 8 hours ago
maximising returns to good causes, which is, after all, the main purpose of The National Lottery.” The game has created some of Britain’s wealthiest people, including Neil Trotter of Coulsdon, Surrey, who won a £108m jackpot in 2014.Related arti... Read more
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express
Speeding mini Cooper sends 20-old soldier flying 50ft into the air, a court heardair by a speeding driver Jake Polmeer, 27, is accused of causing the death by
Speeding mini Cooper sends 20-old soldier flying 50ft into the air, a court heard
express / Posted 8 hours ago
air by a speeding driver Jake Polmeer, 27, is accused of causing the death by careless driving of Ben Regan in Reigate, Surrey, in June last year. He denies the charge. Ben Regan was knocked out of his shoes. He didn't stop, he didn’t brake. He... Read more
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Surrey Leader
'Why me? Why Christopher'arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in su
'Why me? Why Christopher'
Surrey Leader / Posted 8 hours ago
arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in suite 1505 of the Balmoral Tower in North Surrey, including Christopher Mohan and Ed Schellenberg, two innocent bystanders. Last week, the trial of Jamie Bacon was... Read more
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Abbotsford News
'Why me? Why Christopher'arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in su
'Why me? Why Christopher'
Abbotsford News / Posted 8 hours ago
arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in suite 1505 of the Balmoral Tower in North Surrey, including Christopher Mohan and Ed Schellenberg, two innocent bystanders. Last week, the trial of Jamie Bacon was... Read more
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BC Local News
'Why me? Why Christopher'arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in su
'Why me? Why Christopher'
BC Local News / Posted 8 hours ago
arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in suite 1505 of the Balmoral Tower in North Surrey, including Christopher Mohan and Ed Schellenberg, two innocent bystanders. Last week, the trial of Jamie Bacon was... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey RCMP investigating another serious stabbing on Whalley's 135A StreetSURREY — A 25-year-old man was taken to hospital early Saturday morning after S
Surrey RCMP investigating another serious stabbing on Whalley's 135A Street
BC Local News / Posted 8 hours ago
SURREY — A 25-year-old man was taken to hospital early Saturday morning after Surrey Mounties received a report about a stabbing in the 10600-block of 135A Street. The victim's condition was serious. Police say the stabbing appears to have happened... Read more
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Daily Mail
James Stunt seen for first time since police raided his firmfirst time since police raided his firm and his brother died His brother Lee S
James Stunt seen for first time since police raided his firm
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
first time since police raided his firm and his brother died His brother Lee Stunt was found dead at his parents' home in Surrey just days before the office raid. James Stunt said at the time he suspects he has been betrayed by people who took... Read more
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Peace Arch News
'Why me? Why Christopher'arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in su
'Why me? Why Christopher'
Peace Arch News / Posted 9 hours ago
arrested and charged with murder in relation to the killing of six people in suite 1505 of the Balmoral Tower in North Surrey, including Christopher Mohan and Ed Schellenberg, two innocent bystanders. Last week, the trial of Jamie Bacon was... Read more
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express
Are these the WORST road markings in Britain? Red faced council workers' hilarious typosAre these the worst road markings you've ever seen? The gaffe was spotted in N
Are these the WORST road markings in Britain? Red faced council workers' hilarious typos
express / Posted 9 hours ago
Are these the worst road markings you've ever seen? The gaffe was spotted in New Malden, Surrey, by bemused residents. The markings - on Thetford Road - appear at a T junction and are presumably supposed to prompt pedestrians to look left before... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
TransLink 'not disappointed' after new SkyTrain stallsfor re-testing following a Sept. 21 incident where the new train lost propulsio
TransLink 'not disappointed' after new SkyTrain stalls
Maple Ridge News / Posted 9 hours ago
for re-testing following a Sept. 21 incident where the new train lost propulsion and stalled on the SkyTrain bridge between Surrey and New Westminster. The failure prompted a question at TransLink's board meeting Friday from director Murray... Read more
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