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Power outages, oil terminals and more you need to know

1. Drive-by shooting in Surrey

Police say there was a drive-by shooting near 75th Avenue and 140th Street around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. See more >

2. 8,207 people without power in Lower Mainland

According to Environment Canada, winds reached up to 70 kilometres per hour across the region. See more >

3. Long weekend garbage left at Chilliwack’s outdoor getaway spots

As the warmer weather hits the region, Lower Mainland sun-seekers flock to getaway spots such as Chilliwack Lake, the Vedder and Fraser rivers and, of course, Cultus Lake. See more >

4. No oil terminal on Tsawwassen First Nation territory

There are no plans to construct an oil terminal anywhere on Tsawwassen First Nation lands, according to Chief Bryce Williams. See more >

5. National honours for South Surrey science students

Semiahmoo Secondary’s Charles Wang and Elgin Park Secondary’s Spencer Zezulka claimed one of four Youth Can Innovate awards. See more >


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