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Changes in the B.C. political landscapes, an Abbotsford homicide and more you need to know

1. Christy Clark to stay on as B.C. premier

BC Liberal leader Christy Clark says she will not resign, but will call the legislature back in June to test the confidence in her minority government. See more >

2. Inside the NDP-Green governing agreement

NDP and Green MLAs met at the B.C. legislature Tuesday to sign the agreement, to be forwarded with a letter to Lt. Governor Judith Guichon this week asking for consideration of their status to govern. See more >

3. Mumps identified at Chilliwack school

A case of mumps has been identified at a Chilliwack middle school. See more >

4. Health Canada investigating claims Banana Boat sunscreen burned babies

Health Canada is looking into allegations that a brand of sunscreen burned two children. See more >

5. Police investigate homicide on Cameron Crescent in Abbotsford

The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) was called at 1:45 a.m. to a report of suspicious circumstances at the residence. See more >



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