Morning Headlines- January 10th

Darya Zargar / January 10, 2019

Teen seriously injured after crash, RCMP say it may involve road rage .
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Teen in critical condition after collision and shooting in Surrey

An 17 year-old is seriously injured and a 22 year-old man is under arrest after a shooting last night.

Gun shots were first heard around 11 o’clock at Prince Charles Blvd near 96 ave.

Mounties say that this shooting is targeted but doesn’t seem to be linked to any of the ongoing Lower Mainland gang conflict.

Anyone with information can contact Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

Scott Brison resigns from federal cabinet, not seeking re-election

Scott Brison, Treasury Board President, after 22 years with the federal cabinet Brison and representing the Nova Scotia riding of King-Hants.

He made history by being the first openly gay federal cabinet minister in Canada.

Brison says he wants to spend more time with his spouse, Maxime St. Pierre,  and his two twin daughters.

Scott Brison says he wants to leave the government while he’s “on-top”.

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In October LNG Canada announced to move forward with the pipeline.
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LNG project reaches an agreement with Wet’suwet’en First Nations

The Wet’suwet’en First Nations group and RCMP have finally come to an agreement about access to a pipeline by TransCanada in Dawson Creek, Kitimat, B.C.

On Monday RCMP arrested 14 people after protesters blocked their entrance. Many protests followed the arrests, including three in Vancouver, where about 1,150 people held up signs and show support to the Northern First Nation group.