Here are Black Press Media’s top stories for Tuesday, Feb. 19.
1. It’s not over yet: More snow coming for Lower Mainland
Environment Canada said the snow will probably become mixed with rain in the afternoon for coastal and lower-lying areas. See more >
— ECCC Weather British Columbia (@ECCCWeatherBC) February 18, 2019
2. Minister says plans to fight poverty, climate change, focus of B.C. budget
B.C.’s Finance Minister says the budget will include details of the government’s poverty reduction strategy and its Clean BC program to fight climate change. See more >
3. Bad weather halts search for missing B.C. snowshoer until at least Wednesday
Challenging conditions, including the threat of further avalanches, forced suspension of the search overnight for a missing snowshoer. See more >
4. Homicide police investigate assault turned deadly in north Surrey
RCMP found an unconscious 60-year-old man with injuries “consistent with foul play” Sunday. See more >
Homicide investigators on scene near 133 street and 105 Avenue in Surrey pic.twitter.com/KyBo8lEbmz
— Aaron Hinks (@aaron_hinks) February 18, 2019
5. Plane flips over at Pitt Meadows airport
The pilot and lone occupant exited the aircraft on his own and uninjured, according to reports.