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Cyclist in hospital after a motor vehicle collision

Cyclist in hospital after a motor vehicle collision

On Tuesday, August 9th at approximately 1:59 p.m., Surrey RCMP attended to the scene of a cyclist struck by a work van in the 9700-block of 120 Street. Via release, the Mounties say the cyclist sustained serious injuries and was transported to hospital. 

Cyclist in hospital after a motor vehicle collision

Snowbird jets grounded as accident investigated

Snowbird jets grounded as accident investigated

The decision to ground the planes comes after a crash of one of the jets on Aug. 2 at the airport in Fort St. John, B.C. No one was hurt when the pilot made a hard landing and the Air Force says the cause of the accident remains under investigation.

Snowbird jets grounded as accident investigated

IHIT identifies taxi shooting passenger as David Chavez-Jara

IHIT identifies taxi shooting passenger as David Chavez-Jara

The passenger, a 30-year-old male died. He has been identified as David Chavez-Jara of Surrey. Chavez-Jara was well known to police and was recently convicted on Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking, under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

IHIT identifies taxi shooting passenger as David Chavez-Jara

Family wants Walker extradited from U.S. to Canada

Family wants Walker extradited from U.S. to Canada

Dawn Walker, 48, is facing two charges in Oregon related to identity fraud along with two charges in Saskatoon of child abduction and public mischief. She was arrested Friday when she and her seven-year-old son were found in Oregon City, Ore., after a two-week search.

Family wants Walker extradited from U.S. to Canada

Cool weather brings some B.C. fires under control

Cool weather brings some B.C. fires under control

Crews are making progress on several wildfires in the province, including a blaze near Lytton that broke out nearly a month ago and destroyed several properties. But BC Wildfire Service information officer Mikhail Elsay told a news conference Wednesday that crews are still having a difficult fight with the 68-square-kilometre fire southwest of Penticton in the Okanagan.

Cool weather brings some B.C. fires under control

World food crisis prompts rise in child marriages

World food crisis prompts rise in child marriages

Plan International Canada says it has seen a worrying increase in the number of teenage girls in the developing world being forced into marriage because their families cannot afford to feed them. The agency says 12 million girls under the age of 18 become child brides each year, forcing them to abandon school while putting their health at risk through early pregnancies.

World food crisis prompts rise in child marriages