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Living here 40 years or more qualifies you to attend the MSA Pioneers’ annual dinner, celebrating its 78th anniversary
Canadian Pacific Railway, which helped unite Canada, may be moving headquarters to the U.S.
Granny and Grumpa's located at 37936 Wells Line Road has what is considered the largest single stock of antiques in B.C.
Rather than while away a hot afternoon in the shade of the big cherry tree ...
Old Yale Road was instrumental in creation of the City of Abbotsford.
If there is an upside to the drought we are currently experiencing, it is that lawn mowing is almost a forgotten activity
Proud remnant of the valley’s first transit system
My introduction to federal politics in the Fraser Valley came in the spring of 1968...
There is an old adage down on the farm that says “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”
If one is to believe the polls, Metro Vancouver’s transit plebiscite is going down to defeat – or if you are on the “No” side, to victory
For someone who enjoys spending as much time outside as possible, this past weekend was as close to sterling as it gets...
It’s so warm in Prince George, during the ongoing Canada Winter Games in that city, they had to shut down the outdoor speed skating oval...
Trust my luck, the price of fuel always drops to reasonable prices just when I have no desire to drive anywhere...
In my case, I’ve had so many of them and through those years have accumulated so much stuff I don’t need anything else...
Many trees have already lost their leaves, though most in the yard are hanging on grimly to their foliage...
Hands up anyone who can visualize how much water is in an Olympic-sized swimming pool...
What began as a pleasant visit of reminiscence to a U.S. state park a little bit southeast of here turned into the road trip from hell...
At the end of the adventure, horses and gear in the trailer, we enthusiastically praised ourselves on going where few had gone before...
When I read the results of online and/or telephone surveys, my first question is always, “Who are the people being surveyed?”
It’s going to be a long, slow summer now that two-kilometre-long coal trains have begun their passage through downtown Abbotsford...