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Pemberton Music Festival cancelled, Surrey Creep Catchers president charged for sting and more

1. Pemberton Music Festival cancelled

This year’s Pemberton Music Festival has been cancelled and those who bought tickets may have a tough time getting their money back as the company behind the festival is now in bankruptcy. See more >

2. Maple Ridge residents get heated over local homelessness

People who support the homeless in Maple Ridge say they are generally targeted for online harassment and threats, and the RCMP are now involved. See more >

3. Surrey Creep Catchers president charged in ‘citizens arrest’ sting

Ryan LaForge has been charged with two counts of assault and one count of uttering threats related to “stings” his group did in Whalley in April. See more >

4. Jail time for Chilliwack men who violently abused dairy cows

Three young men caught in undercover video abusing cows will spend days to months behind bars. See more >

5. A lot of denial over Metro Vancouver housing supply, says analyst

“There continues to be little to no conversation – and in some cases, a lot of denial – about the fact that supply is an issue we should be looking at…” See more >


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