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The Cloverdale Rodeo wraps up, strong winds expected on B.C.’s south coast and more you need to know

1. Cloverdale Rodeo finishes with upsets, injuries

The rodeo finals were not a smooth ride for many competitors on Monday afternoon, especially not for Ponoka, Alberta representatives. See more >

2. Former Bond actor Sir Roger Moore dead at 89

Sir Roger Moore has died in Switzerland after a battle with cancer, according to a Twitter post from his family on Tuesday morning. See more >

3. 22 killed at Ariana Grande concert

Witnesses reported hearing two loud bangs coming from near the arena’s bars at about 10:35 p.m. See more >

4. Strong winds expected for Metro Vancouver and Vancouver Island

Environment Canada calls for winds up 70 kilometres per hour. See more >

5. Sexual assault policies take effect on B.C. campuses

Universities around the province have been under pressure to institute changes. See more >


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