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Fraser Valley Regional District looks to partner with University of the Fraser Valley on incinerator work.
Bakerview EcoDairy is set to transform into Fraser Valley's agricultural Science World.
FVRD is sending an extensive list of questions to the company on its Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Abbotsford's annual Education and Career Fair sees 2,500–3,000 visitors from all over the Fraser Valley.
Strategies by local Sensible BC campaign organizers have faced criticism.
Second annual Abbotsford City of Character Youth Forum took place Friday.
Peter Fassbender reiterated support for independent schools during a tour of the Mennonite Educational Institute.
A University of the Fraser Valley counsellor has brought the therapeutic benefits of a loving dog to the university's stressed students.
A kiwi farmer in Abbotsford finds early success in other warm climate fruit.
Business association remains opposed to recovery home in the downtown.
Additional $1.3 million would be coming to city, according to company president Ian Anderson.
A single mom recovering from a serious car accident was informed that her benefits were overpaid.
When TransLink rolls out Compass Cards on the West Coast Express next month, some passengers will be forced to pay extra to ride the rail
Abbotsford resident aims to reconcile faith and science in new book.
The Abbotsford school district received approval for a large order of eight new school buses, expected to start running in spring 2014.
New data from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation predicts the future of the Abbotsford and Mission real estate market.
The government announced a budget review of Fraser Health as nurses in Mission, Abbotsford, and other cities warn of dangerous congestion.
The Mission Search and Rescue team is increasingly busy as calls flood in from Mission and the Fraser Valley
Residents in some Fraser Valley Regional District areas may soon have somewhere to call when reporting aggressive dogs.
An Abbotsford businessman's young company barely escaped the dragons on the popular CBC television show Dragons' Den.