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TransLink fare increases, a hiker rescued in Golden Ears and more you need to know

1. TransLink fare increase coming July 1

Riders taking TransLink around Metro Vancouver will see a five to 10 cent increase in fare prices starting on July 1. See more >

2. Fire destroys Marshall Road home in Abbotsford

The occupants of the home escaped uninjured, but the family’s cat was still missing as crews brought the blaze under control. See more >

3. Hiker rescued in Golden Ears park

Ridge Meadows Search and Rescue responded to a call for an injured hiker in Golden Ears Provincial Park at around 5 p.m. Monday. See more >

4. Two-week delay granted in Maple Ridge court action on camp

The camp opened in May on St. Anne Avenue on land the city wants to build a local park on. See more >

5. Two-vehicle collision in Langley

A collision between a pickup truck and a small SUV in Langley left both vehicles in the ditch early this morning. See more >


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