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A mobile home catches fire in Surrey, the B.C. legislature to resume June 22 and more

1. One person sent to hospital after trailer catches fire in Surrey

The pungent smell of smoke hung in the air Wednesday morning after an overnight fire that destroyed the inside of a Surrey trailer. See more >

2. Barn fire death toll rises to 25,000 chickens

The 100 metre by 25 metre chicken barn on 4184 Ross Road near Downes Road was destroyed in the fire but crews prevented the flames from spreading to a second barn. See more >

3. B.C. legislature to resume June 22 for crucial vote

B.C. Liberal house leader Mike de Jong made the announcement Wednesday in Victoria Wednesday. See more >

4. Trailblazing B.C. politician Grace McCarthy remembered as inspiring builder

McCarthy’s biggest accomplishments included initiating the process to bring Expo 86 to Vancouver. See more >

5. Surrey realtor’s bus shelter ad defaced with graffiti saying “Kill all Muslims”

The Sikh realtor said he’s thinking about lodging a complaint with police. See more >

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