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The recent cold snap allowed for a perfect outdoor B.C. hockey game.
Don't let panic prevail in wake of tragic double-stabbing in Abbotsford.
Joy for the Journey will be aired on Joy TV this fall
Guns, explosion rock quiet rural neighbourhood near Agassiz
Many parents were probably hopeful that last week’s B.C. Court of Appeal decision...
There are no doubt many taxpayers who hoped the abrupt axing of the Abbotsford Heat hockey contract last year...
For the second time in three months, a small fire erupted in the midst of the homeless camp on Gladys Avenue...
Failure to pay their bridge tolls is resulting in ICBC blocking them from driver’s licence or vehicle insurance renewals
The Abbotsford Food Bank is setting a 15-year record – a very unfortunate and disconcerting one...
Many Canadians heading down to the U.S. to take advantage of Black Friday sales probably think it’s no big deal...
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that city hall is now in possession of a petition opposing the creation of a so-called “dignity village”
When it comes to dealing with blueberry cannons, Abbotsford council is a dud...
Canada celebrated its 147th birthday yesterday. This country now has a lengthy history as an independent nation.
The outcome of a vote by B.C. teachers on a full-scale strike next week was expected to be tallied last night...
Attracting 4,500 runners and raising $250,000, last weekend’s Run for Water event was another resounding success...
B.C. has some reasonably tough fines and penalties in effect for excessive speeding and driving without due care and attention...
Abbotsford’s ill-fated initiative to bring profession hockey to this city is over to the relief of many taxpayers...
The task force on homelessness recently created by Abbotsford city hall should be paying close attention...
Today, the first meeting of a new Abbotsford homelessness task force will be held...
Measles cases in the Fraser Health region have now apparently doubled from the 100 reported last week...