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Langley RCMP investigate after a body is found, B.C. waits for minority government agreement and more

1. Body found in Langley park

Langley RCMP are expected to release more information about the discovery of a body in Campbell Valley Park. See more >

2. BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

Details on what both John Horgan and Andrew Weaver have called a ‘four-year-deal’ are set to be released today. See more >

3. Last-minute guilty pleas for four men in Chilliwack cattle abuse case

Lloyd Blackwell, Brad Genereux, Cody Larson and Jonathan Talbot faced a 12-day trial set to run May 29 to June 15 on a total of 13 counts. See more >

4. Take a tour of a beehive for Day of the Honeybee

Kwantlen Polytechnic University commercial beekeeping instructor John Gibeau and student Alex Schellenberg gave The Reporter an afternoon tour of a local hive. See more >

5. B.C. looks to fix staffing shortages in pediatric therapy

Advocates say a $290,000 recruitment plan will be the first in years. See more >


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