Alex Butler

Majority of Abby police officers earned over $75,000 in 2014

Majority of Abby police officers earned over $75,000 in 2014

Abbotsford Police Department has budget of $44 million

Majority of Abby police officers earned over $75,000 in 2014
Dave Loewen

Changes may come to rezoning practice at Abbotsford council

Coun. Dave Loewen questions practice of putting off decisions

Dave Loewen

Large banquet hall proposed for west Abbotsford

Project near Marshall and Clearbrook roads will go to public hearing in the fall

Region has largest gender wage gap: CCPA report

Abbotsford-Mission ranks well in leadership rankings

City staff are monitoring homes that may be disobeying sprinkling ban.

Hundreds of water warnings issued

City hands out 262 notices, 12 letters but no fines

City staff are monitoring homes that may be disobeying sprinkling ban.
Lane Spyksma asked council to consider reducing the number of garbage bags picked up bi-weekly.

City ponders trash pick-up maximum

Proposal for reduction from three to two bags

Lane Spyksma asked council to consider reducing the number of garbage bags picked up bi-weekly.

City to look at misuse of agricultural land

Rezoning requested to legitimize truck parking

Cost-neutral changes are coming to the Central Fraser Valley transit system.

Cost-neutral changes coming to Abbotsford’s bus system

Changes aim to address late and unreliable buses

Cost-neutral changes are coming to the Central Fraser Valley transit system.
Council did not consider a request to reverse its decision on raising the pride flag.

Decision holds on pride flag

Council won’t pull support for LGBTQ flag raising

Council did not consider a request to reverse its decision on raising the pride flag.
The pride flag will fly to Abbotsford to coincide with pride celebrations at Trethewey House.

Pride flag to fly in Abbotsford

Some unhappy about council decision

The pride flag will fly to Abbotsford to coincide with pride celebrations at Trethewey House.
Abbotsford MP and Minister of International Trade Ed Fast speaks at Westberry Farms on Wednesday about a new agreement to trade fresh blueberries with China.

Fresh B.C. blueberries will soon head to China

Abbotsford MP Ed Fast announces that deal between China and Canada has been initialed

Abbotsford MP and Minister of International Trade Ed Fast speaks at Westberry Farms on Wednesday about a new agreement to trade fresh blueberries with China.
The aftermath of a flash flood in Cache Creek shows the mud and debris that was left behind.

Village of Cache Creek begins to recover from flood

Money raised through BlackPress4Good will assist those affected by flood

The aftermath of a flash flood in Cache Creek shows the mud and debris that was left behind.

Decibels limits may be added to noise bylaw

The city will consider incorporating maximum decibel levels into its noise regulation bylaw

Henry Braun

Cycling accident has mayor pondering bicycle lanes

Bike to Work Week ran May 25 to 29

Henry Braun
Rocks have been placed under a Highway 1 overpass in Abbotsford at Riverside Road. The area had formerly been the site of a homeless camp.

Overpass clean-up cost $40,000

Rocks placed on site where a homeless camp used to be

Rocks have been placed under a Highway 1 overpass in Abbotsford at Riverside Road. The area had formerly been the site of a homeless camp.
Council gave third reading to a proposal that would include a Cabela's.

McCallum Road development moves forward

Project is set to include Cabela's outfitter as anchor tenant

Council gave third reading to a proposal that would include a Cabela's.
The BCNU is calling for a reopening of the adolescent psychiatric unit at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital.

Reopen youth psychiatric unit: Nurses’ union

Adolescents being placed in adult wards

The BCNU is calling for a reopening of the adolescent psychiatric unit at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital.
Dawn-Lynn Prediger sits in the living room of the newly renovated home that provides support services for refugee claimants in Canada.

A home for refugees in Abbotsford

Local couple creates space for refugee claimants who need a place to live

Dawn-Lynn Prediger sits in the living room of the newly renovated home that provides support services for refugee claimants in Canada.
Stan Kuperis

Child and youth mental health beds in Surrey will serve Abbotsford kids

Abbotsford hospital sees 128 kids admitted per year for mental health issues

Stan Kuperis
Ed Fast announces funding for new homeless initiative.

Federal funds for homelessness initiative in Abbotsford

Money will go towards an intake and referral system for those who are homeless

Ed Fast announces funding for new homeless initiative.