A woman reported being attacked and groped by a man in the 15300-block of 21 Ave. on Jan. 12 at around 10:20 p.m. The victim screamed and pushed away the attacker, who ran from the scene. The suspect was described as 5’7″ to 5’8″ tall, wearing a grey hoodie and a grey-looking backpack. Officers later detained a man in the area with a similar description shortly after the attack. Following an investigation the man was not charged.
RCMP investigating reported sex assault in Surrey
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Close to 100 people attended a public meeting in Victoria on Tuesday night to discuss a short street with a long history. Victoria’s Trutch Street is named after Sir Joseph William Trutch, who served as B.C.’s Chief Commissioner of Land and Works before the province joined Confederation in 1871. After joining Confederation, he became B.C’s first lieutenant–governor. B.C. is home to some of Canada’s smallest First Nations land reserves because of Trutch’s role in reducing their size.
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Selecting a term
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