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The Vancouver 4/20 event costs are in, Maple Ridge seeks an injunction on a homeless camp and more

1. City costs for Vancouver 4/20 marijuana protest more than $245,000

The bill is in and it’s higher than the year prior, with police costs more than $170,000. See more >

2. Dad frustrated as school districts find spaces for more classrooms

Chilliwack school district won’t be renewing six leases for daycare businesses that run in old school sites so those classrooms can be used in the new year. See more >

3. Vancouver Port Authority says it won’t be deepening the Fraser River

Through an analysis, the port found costs, extensive environmental studies and consultations too big of barriers in deepening the river. See more >

4. Maple Ridge seeks injunction against homeless camp

A court ruling earlier this month rejected an injunction by the City of Vancouver for a homeless camp there, and homeless activitsts believe it’s strengethed their fight to stay. See more >

5. Fraser Valley Reast Estate board warns of money laundering

The real estate bord is warning that overseas clients may be asking realtors to arrange illegal bank drafts. See more >


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