Editorial

EDITORIAL: Rethink recycling program

The soon to become government-mandated program is going to penalize some unfairly, including citizens...

EDITORIAL: Decision results in inaction

With any controversial development or project, it seems inevitable that some opponents will complain of not being informed earlier...

EDITORIAL: Spell of the Games

As the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia heads into its second week, the narrative is sounding awfully familiar.

EDITORIAL: Get tougher on cell use

Texting and talking on cell phones is still a widespread practice in this city and across B.C.

EDITORIAL: Time to shine again

Crucial social service agencies in Abbotsford are still a long way from achieving their Christmas fund-raising goals...

EDITORIAL: End occupation of park

A “protest” camp established in Jubilee Park more than a month ago has gone beyond its initial claim of raising awareness...

EDITORIAL: ALR position on record

A story in the Globe and Mail last week, based on leaked documents, caused quite a stir...

EDITORIAL: Delaying a viable plan

Abbotsford has thrown a public transit initiative under the bus – at least temporarily...

Mission resident Clayton Pierce is wanted by RCMP.

Mounties looking for Mission man

Police need the public's help in locating Clayton Pierce

Mission resident Clayton Pierce is wanted by RCMP.
Mission's Kenny Hess will be performing at the annual Christmas at the Clarke benefit concert.

Hess returns to Christmas at the Clarke

Annual Christmas fundraiser benefits MCS Christmas Bureau and emergency housing shelter

Mission's Kenny Hess will be performing at the annual Christmas at the Clarke benefit concert.

Fire destroys Maple Ridge mill

Maple Ridge and Mission firefighters battled a blaze at Waldun Group

Growth requires some level of risk

The AESC has indeed seen a significant decrease in revenue compared to its management’s predictions.

EDITORIAL: Fighting crime

Abbotsford is in the public spotlight for the right reasons. After a decade that saw gang violence, frequent shootings, targeted killings and this city labelled with the dubious moniker “murder capital of Canada” in the national press, the city had a reputation in need of repair.