Scene from outside a North Delta elementary school where a woman and off-duty police officer was stabbed. (Shane MacKichan)

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Here are Black Press Media’s top stories for Thursday, Feb. 21.

1. Woman, off-duty police officer stabbed outside North Delta elementary school

Delta police say both are in critical condition, and one suspect is in custody. See more >

2. B.C. child killer denied mandatory outings from psychiatric hospital

Allan Schoenborn will not be allowed mandatory escorted outings into the community from his medium-security unit at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Coquitlam. See more >

3. Missing Surrey snowshoer found dead on Mt. Seymour

Remi Michalowski, 39, had been missing since Monday, when an avalanche hit him and a friend while out on an overnight trip. See more >

4. Chilliwack’s Wark faces do-or-die match at Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Sarah Wark and Team B.C. are 4-3 at the 2019 Scotties Tournament of Hearts after an 8-6 loss to Ontario Wednesday morning. See more >

5. $10-a-day child care not in 2019 budget, but advocate not irked

Sharon Gregson with the Coalition of Child Care Advocates of B.C. called Tuesday’s budget “a funding envelope” that supports a move to $10-a-day care. See more >

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