De Jong should run for BC Liberal leader: Gibson

Gibson hails Abbotsford colleague’s speaking ability

Jobs open as dozens of teachers leave Abbotsford

Local instructors leaving for positions in other districts

Chilliwack farmer has high hopes for hazelnuts

Field day held Saturday in Chilliwack was to showcase resurgence of the hazelnut industry

Vancouver driver nabbed twice in 10 minutes for distracted driving

September is distracted driving awareness month across B.C.

Girl still trapped in collapsed Mexico school

Her wiggling fingers became a symbol of hope after the devastating earthquake struck Mexico City

Arctic cruise tourism comes of age

Arctic cruise tourism has come a long way from its early days, but tourists still ask the same odd questions

Week in Review for Sept. 16


    Head on crash kills one and sends another to hospital


      Third robbery in the last few days


        Rising incomes in Abbotsford


          Puerto Rico seeks to rebuild after Hurricane Maria

          “The storm didn’t bother me, It’s the devastation. I get goosebumps. It’s going to take us a long time.”

          Bike lanes, slower speeds considered for McKee Road

          Crosswalks and more parking also part of project, which still needs Abbotsford council approval

          Are homeless flocking to Fraser Valley from Vancouver? Report finally has answer

          Homeless men and women were asked where they lived previously, how long they’d been without shelter

          MP Nathan Cullen endorses Singh in NDP bid

          Nathen Cullen not worried about Jagmeet Singh’s lack of seat in the House of Commons.

          Pushing ahead with First Nation treaty negotiations

          British Columbia Treaty Commission moves forward on 14 negotiations involving 32 First Nations.

          B.C. calls for input on restored Human Rights Commission

          Commission to focus on education to prevent racism, sexism

          Surge in asylum seekers at B.C. borders: stats

          Each claim costs the government $12,900 to $20,000 according to the Immigration Department

          Families walk Highway of Tears to honour missing, murdered Indigenous women

          The annual journey will span five days this year and cover 350 kilometres between Prince Rupert and Smithers

          Privacy czar chides B.C. government over shoddy access to information practices

          Drew McArthur says he is disappointed in the provincial government’s poor response rate

          Vancouver Island company faces backlash to “fat-shaming” picture

          Owner of Fresh Coast Victoria apologizes for posting photo of large man with caption “Get this guy some @freshcoastvic”

          Chilliwack vigilante tracks down garbage-dumper

          Truckload of garbage found last Sunday tossed down a steep embankment over Slesse Creek

          B.C. women cut off life-changing medication

          Changes in health insurance coverage devastate Okanagan and Victoria women battling cystic fibrosis

          Police looking for fast food restaurant robber

          Three incidents last week in Abbotsford believed to be connected