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B.C. parties jockey for position, the Cloverdale Rodeo kicks off and more you need to know

1. Parties jockey for position in B.C. minority

B.C. Liberal Christy Clark says she’s willing to work with anyone to improve things for B.C. residents. So does B.C. Green Andrew Weaver. See more >

2. Supreme Court to hear perjury appeals in Robert Dziekanski case

Two RCMP officers were found guilty of colluding to make up testimony. See more>

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3. First-degree murder charge laid in Surrey shooting

Johnny Steven Drynock charged with first-degree murder in Birinderjeet Justin Bhangu shooting. See more >

4. VIDEO: Cloverdale Rodeo kicks off Friday

All you need to know about the upcoming Cloverdale Rodeo during Victoria Day long weekend. See more >

5. Civic intervenor status at Fraser Surrey Docks hearing ‘is a win’: thermal-coal critics

Community groups opposing a Fraser Surrey Docks permit that would increase the amount of thermal coal being transported through White Rock and South Surrey began presenting their case in Federal Court Wednesday. See more >

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