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Two arrested after fatal overnight shooting in Surrey

Two men have been arrested after a man was shot dead in Surrey early Friday morning. Shortly after midnight Thursday, Surrey RCMP were called out to a fight in the 1600-block of 160 street. (The Province)

B.C. men among those charged in massive cross-border drug ring

Several Metro Vancouver men are among the 13 arrested in Canada and the United States for their alleged role in an international drug smuggling operation that moved ecstasy into the U.S. in exchange for cocaine and methamphetamine. (The Province)

About 80% of Nova Scotia without power after Dorian slams Atlantic Canada

More than 400,000 Nova Scotia Power customers were left without electricity as Dorian swept through the region. As of 12:39 a.m., the power utility reported there were 402,103 customers without electricity — roughly 80 per cent of the province. Most of the outages were caused by high winds that downed trees and heavy rain, something that was expected to continue through the night after the storm made landfall shortly after 7 p.m. (CBC)
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‘Too many bodies’: Thousands try to flee Dorian devastated Bahamas

NASSAU - Hundreds of people fled the Bahamas island of Great Abaco by boat and plane on Friday and thousands more lined up to get on a cruise ship leaving neighboring Grand Bahama to escape the catastrophic aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. (Toronto Sun)

Suspected B.C. drug trafficker missing in Mexico

A Metro Vancouver man missing in Mexico has been identified as a target in an investigation linked to the E-Pirate money laundering case. Postmedia has learned that Rachid Ali Jalifi, 36, was reported missing to police after disappearing on a trip to Guadalajara, Mexico in late July. (Vancouver Sun)

Atlantic Canada braces for Dorian

As Hurricane Dorian moves from the U.S. and heads for Atlantic Canada, special measures are being put in place to help reduce its impact on the coastal provinces.  Dorian hit North Carolina's Outer Banks on Friday after devastating the Bahamas, and is expected to spin into the Maritimes this weekend as either a Category 1 hurricane or a strong tropical storm, churning out sustained winds up to 130 km/h. (CBC)
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    On Labour Day, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau tried to join the annual parade in Hamilton. His path was blocked by a small group of unionists who wanted nothing to do with him. In the video you can hear them chanting “Hey, hey, ho, ho, Justin Trudeau’s got to go.” (True North News)
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    Attorney General and former minister trade barbs over racecourse corruption allegations

    Liberal MLA Mike de Jong is accusing Attorney General David Eby of misleading the public by saying he raised concerns about impropriety in horse racing while still in opposition, but no action was taken by the then Liberal government. (Vancouver Sun)

    IHIT called in for overnight shooting in Surrey

    VANCOUVER - Homicide detectives have been called in to investigate after one person was shot dead in Surrey early Friday morning. Shortly after midnight Thursday, Surrey Mounties were called out to a fight in the 1600-block of 160 street. (The Province)

    Deadly Assault: Man killed in Downsview fight

    TORONTO -A man was killed in a bloody fight near a Downsview gas station Wednesday night. Toronto Police say the deadly incident occurred on Wilson Ave. just east of Jane St. around 9 p.m. (Toronto Sun)