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MP Ed Fast (left) made his first public appearance since suffering a stroke in December to endorse Erin O'Toole (right) for leader of the Conservative Party.

In first appearance since stroke, Ed Fast makes Conservative leadership endorsement

Erin O'Toole is the right man for the job, Fast says

MP Ed Fast (left) made his first public appearance since suffering a stroke in December to endorse Erin O'Toole (right) for leader of the Conservative Party.
Dozens of people packed into the basement of the Abbotsford Heritage Sikh Temple on South Fraser Way in response to the recent spread of racist pamphlets.

VIDEO: Dozens rally against racism in Abbotsford

Community members from all backgrounds came together in response to KKK pamphlets

Dozens of people packed into the basement of the Abbotsford Heritage Sikh Temple on South Fraser Way in response to the recent spread of racist pamphlets.
FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals

Experts highlight the importance of helping kids move forward after tragedy

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals
FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Questioning school safety measures

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Questioning school safety measures

Abbotsford school district reviewing protocols in wake of stabbing

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Questioning school safety measures
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Burned kittens rescued from fire recovering in hospital, awaiting adoption

Two of three cats caught in last week's house fire survived and are being treated at a local pet hospital

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FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Pros and cons of heightened school security

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Pros and cons of heightened school security

One students says too much change could rob school of ‘homey environment’

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Pros and cons of heightened school security
Politicians in Ottawa paid their respects Monday to the shooting victims of La Loche

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: How La Loche recovered from its own tragedy

Leaders in the rural Saskatchewan community offer advice to Abbotsford on healing, following the 2016 school shooting.

Politicians in Ottawa paid their respects Monday to the shooting victims of La Loche
Sir Ken Robinson soke at Gateway Community Church on Friday Jan. 13.

‘Dance is as important as math’: Sir Ken Robinson on a creative education

Internationally renowned speaker came to Abbotsford to talk to teachers

Sir Ken Robinson soke at Gateway Community Church on Friday Jan. 13.
A rally against racism and bigotry is planned to take place in the parking lot of the Abbotsford Heritage Sikh Temple on Sunday.

‘Rally against racism and bigotry’ planned in response to KKK pamphlets

Sunday afternoon in parking lot of local Sikh Temple

A rally against racism and bigotry is planned to take place in the parking lot of the Abbotsford Heritage Sikh Temple on Sunday.
The Abbotsford School District plans to hire 40 new teachers for the remainder of the current school year.

40 teachers to be hired in Abbotsford for remainder of school year

$1.7 million to be spent as part of $50 million provincial deal

The Abbotsford School District plans to hire 40 new teachers for the remainder of the current school year.
Margaret Trudeau gave a lecture at the Abbotsford campus of the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday

‘I’m still standing and I’m still smiling’: Margaret Trudeau speaks at UFV

Former wife of past prime minister and mother of current prime minister talks pot, personal story, mental illness

Margaret Trudeau gave a lecture at the Abbotsford campus of the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday
Margaret Trudeau gave a speech at the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday. She spoke about the importance of seeking professional help for mental illness.

Margaret Trudeau talks mental health at UFV

Mother of prime minister, who has spent years in the spotlight, talks openly about struggles with depression

Margaret Trudeau gave a speech at the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday. She spoke about the importance of seeking professional help for mental illness.
A hockey player scores a top-shelf goal while playing on the pond at Abbotsford's Williband Creek Park.

VIDEO: Pond hockey played in Abbotsford for first time in years

Cold weather has created an outdoor rink at Willband Creek Park

A hockey player scores a top-shelf goal while playing on the pond at Abbotsford's Williband Creek Park.
A bylaw states that Abbotsford residents must clear the sidewalk in front of their homes of snow by noon

Abbotsford residents who refuse to clear sidewalks of snow could be fined

City has been plowing streets 24/7 since New Year's Day

A bylaw states that Abbotsford residents must clear the sidewalk in front of their homes of snow by noon
Karen holds a stuffed toy belonging to her daughter Kayla (not their real names).

‘How is our cry of desperation not good enough?’

In the absence of laws forcing treatment, mothers of addicts forced standby and watch as daughters self-destruct, they say

Karen holds a stuffed toy belonging to her daughter Kayla (not their real names).
Questionnaires were sent to residents in Abbotsford from MP Ed Fast's constituency office.

Local MPs disagree on need for electoral reform referendum

Conservatives calling for vote, while Liberals say its not necessary

Questionnaires were sent to residents in Abbotsford from MP Ed Fast's constituency office.
This map shows how individual schools tested in a recent drinking water investigation.

MAP: Abbotsford schools with lead in drinking water and mitigation plans

Some schools have failed tests and district has $840,000 plan to deal with them

This map shows how individual schools tested in a recent drinking water investigation.
A Costa Rican child receives a shoebox from Operation Christmas Child.

Abbotsford school stops charity giving due to religious concerns

Operation Christmas Child, which gives gifts to poor children, contravenes School Act: district

A Costa Rican child receives a shoebox from Operation Christmas Child.
A box of newborn ducklings was found on the side of the road in Abbotsford on Nov. 11.

194 ducklings rescued from Abbotsford roadside

'Little handfuls of fuzz' temporarily on foster farm need new homes

A box of newborn ducklings was found on the side of the road in Abbotsford on Nov. 11.
Shirley Hardman

‘Indigenizing’ the University of the Fraser Valley

Reconciliation efforts underway at local University

Shirley Hardman