A motorcyclist has been killed in an accident on the Mission bridge on Saturday night. / File Photo

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A fire in Delta, money raised for clean water and more you need to know

1. Motorcyclist killed on Mission Bridge

A motorcyclist has died after losing control and hitting another car on the Mission bridge on Saturday night. See more >

2. Crews fight large fire in North Delta

Delta Fire crews were at the scene of a large fire in North Delta overnight on May 27, after a blaze broke out in an industrial area across the river from Annacis Island. See more >

3. One man dead after crashing into Cloverdale hydro pole

A driver is dead after his vehicle careened off the road and hit a hydro pole in the 18000 block of Hwy. 10 in Cloverdale on Sunday morning. See more >

4. Three new supervised consumption sites approved in B.C.

Two sites will open in Surrey, through Fraser Health, and one will open in Vancouver, led by Vancouver Coastal Health. See more >

5. Run for Water raises $450,000 for Letisha’s Wells

Wells built with this year’s money will be named after Letisha Reimer, the 14-year-old girl who was stabbed to death in a random attack last fall. See more >


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