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As the adage goes, a red sky at night is a sailors delight. Red sky in the morning, should serve as as sailor’s warning. Cori Padula capture this sunset from her balcony in the Maple Ridge neighbourhood of Port Haney. (Special to The News)

As the adage goes, a red sky at night is a sailors delight. Red sky in the morning, should serve as as sailor’s warning. Cori Padula capture this sunset from her balcony in the Maple Ridge neighbourhood of Port Haney. (Special to The News)

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