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Take a jacket, it could get cold and rain later tonight ...
How many times do people have to be told that they should expect, and be prepared for, a major emergency?
Distracted driving has the attention of the province once again, with authorities pondering whether to ratchet up fines for texting
While the great majority of residents are understanding, there are a few who think it’s their “right” to use water as they wish...
Some members of the LBGTQ community feel they haven’t achieved equality yet, and are willing to call attention to the issue...
After nearly 40 years in the journalism business, one would think I’ve “seen ‘em all"...
Those early words heralded a child’s journey in an endless accumulation of knowledge...
Perhaps it’s a greater awareness on the part of parents that some child behaviours are indicators something is seriously amiss...
Is the Canadian dream of home ownership beyond the grasp for the majority of the next generation in the Lower Mainland?
Some provinces require children to be vaccinated before they can attend public school. How long before others follow suit?
Columns heralding the new year are usually reflective of the past 12 months, or contain heartfelt, hopeful wishes for the next dozen...
How do you stop a provincial government in its tracks, and make it run for cover, and hide behind old legislation?
Let there be no illusion – this city has a serious homeless problem, with some people living in deplorable conditions
One has to wonder what the task force on homelessness is going to talk about that hasn’t already been jawed and gnawed to the bone...
Instead of actually talking to your lunch guest, you can be Tweeting your menu choice, texting your BFF, checking the weather in Bolivia...
In the frustrating, sad chess game that has developed between the homeless and city hall in Abbotsford...
Occupants of protest camp obey injunction to leave public park
Abbotsford link to couple working for agency in Beirut
If a country’s citizens are its lifeblood, Syria has been literally and figuratively bleeding people for more than two years...
Trusted and efficient, Christian churches in Jordan and Lebanon help identify civil war refugees and distribute aid