Vancouver Giants prospects battle it out at the Ladner Leisure Centre. (Katya Slepian/Black Press) Vancouver Giants prospects battle it out at the Ladner Leisure Centre. (Katya Slepian/Black Press)

5 to start your day

A successful marine rescue by BC Ferries, shots fired in Surrey and more

1. Vancouver Giants prospects battle it out in Legends Cup

The Vancouver Giants prospects did themselves proud at the Legends Cup prospect game at the Ladner Leisure Centre on Sunday. See more >

2. Car fire in Abbotsford berry field

A 1998 brown Mazda Protege went up in flames Saturday night. See more >

3. Wildfire burning east of Squamish

The two hectare blaze 13 kilometres east of the municipality was discovered on Sunday. See more >

4. BC Ferries rescues six people after boats capsize

Six boaters are lucky to be just a little waterlogged after their vessels capsized in the Georgia Strait Sunday morning. See more >

5. Shots fired in Port Kells

Surrey RCMP are investigating after shots were fired in the 18700 block of Surrey early Sunday morning. See more >


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