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Consumers can help by boycotting farms that permit cruelty
Other summer crops didn't fare as well in the Abbotsford area, due to an earlier growing season, when weather was poor
Not enough staff to look after patients, according to Linda Pipe of the B.C. Nurses' Union
Banman and senior staff struck a conciliatory tone as they met with mountain residents at Straiton Community Hall on Tuesday night.
Bakker released after serving time for 10 sexual offences.
Nearly 100 hive frames have been removed along with an estimated 8,000 pounds of commercial honey and approximately 500,000 bees.
Union Gospel Mission on North Railway Avenue is closing in two weeks
The proposed new federal electoral boundaries are now out for public comment
Flood response plan kicks in once water levels reach six metres
Despite a break from the cold weather on Wednesday, temperatures will dip again heading into the weekend
Early bird Folk Festival weekend passes available until June 20
The Law Enforcement Torch Run goes across B.C. to promote awareness and raise funds for the Special Olympics
A single occupant vehicle went off the road at Dewdney Trunk Road and Welch Avenue
The house post will be unveiled at noon on Saturday, May 26
Police officer pay increases were prepared for in Mission's budget
Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge-Mission boundaries may be changing
Mayor Ted Adlem discusses the new contract, and the possibilities of forming a Mission police force
Randy Hawes and Marc Dalton shared their thoughts about local and provincial matters with the Mission chamber.
The Rockin' River Festival is hoping to move part of the event to a Silverdale farm
BC Hydro says Hayward Street, between Wilson and Keystone, will also be shut for six years