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Overdose crisis not slowing down, targeted homicide in Abbotsford and more you need to know

1. IHIT says Abbotsford murder is targeted

Investigators have confirmed that they believe the murder on Cameron Crescent in Abbotsford early Wednesday morning is targeted. See more >

2. Overheight crane strikes Golden Ears Bridge

The collision knocked down three posts and damaged roughly four metres of guardrail on the east side of the bridge. See more >

3. Flaggers brace for careless driving as summer roadwork ramps up

Roadwork projects are ramping up across the region as the weather heats up – and so is commuters’ reckless and startling behaviour as they drive through construction zones. See more >

4. 13-year-old girl assaulted on her way to school in Cloverdale

A man asked how old the girl was before groping her. See more >

5. 136 illicit drug overdose deaths in April across B.C.

That’s more than half of those who died in 2016, and more than four people dying per day across the province. See more >


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