Neil Corbett

A survivor of a homicidal attack herself

Misty Cockerill assisting support group for those impacted by homicide

Shelby Bernard became obsessed with the disappearance of her common-law husband Wesley Foulds. Convinced he was murdered, she has spent many days at the Hayward Lake Recreation Area, searching for clues police might have missed. She eventually passed through the worst part of the emotional hell, but two years later the first and last thing she thinks about each day, is her missing man.

A survivor of a homicidal attack herself

Gasguy shows how to get out of expensive contracts

Natural gas prices dropped again this month, but those who locked into contracts with gas marketing companies three years ago won’t be enjoying the savings.
Since the gas industry was deregulated four years ago, private firms have been allowed to sell natural gas on five-year contracts, although Tera

Report illegal dumping to police or Abbotsford city workers

An Abbotsford woman believes she may have seen some large-scale illegal dumping into Abbotsford’s storm sewer system.
On Sunday night, at about midnight, Sandra Nieman heard the sound of equipment running outside her townhome on Bourquin Crescent, near Ware Street.

Asbestos dredging will continue in Sumas River this year

The City of Abbotsford will have to continue dredging asbestos out of the Sumas River in 2011.

Liberal leadership hopeful George Abbott (left) chats with MLA John van Dongen and Coun. Patricia Ross during a luncheon in Abbotsford.

George Abbott meets Abby Liberals

Would-be premier George Abbott told Abbotsford Liberals that the leadership race is about rebuilding British Columbians’ faith in the party and connecting with the grassroots of the province.

Liberal leadership hopeful George Abbott (left) chats with MLA John van Dongen and Coun. Patricia Ross during a luncheon in Abbotsford.
Randy White

Veteran MP Randy White back to politicking

Randy White will be back politicking in Abbotsford this Saturday.
The Abbotsford MP of 13 years is promoting the B.C. Conservative Party in the riding that was the longtime turf for the “Reform Party Pit Bull,” as he was dubbed in the national media.

Randy White
Quantum Properties CEO Diane Delves (left) receives a thank-you from Canuck Place CEO Filomena Nalewajek

$272,000 commitment to Canuck Place hospice in Abbotsford

The developer of Abbotsford's tallest building has made a financial commitment to its most high profile charity project.

Quantum Properties CEO Diane Delves (left) receives a thank-you from Canuck Place CEO Filomena Nalewajek
Elizabeth Strecker

MP assists grandmother’s airport complaint

Abbotsford MP Ed Fast met with local grandmother Elizabeth Strecker to review…

Elizabeth Strecker
The Fraser Valley Regional District covers 14

Save $2 million by quitting the FVRD, says Abbotsford chamber

Abbotsford should get out of the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD), and save almost $2 million per year.

The Fraser Valley Regional District covers 14
Wesley Foulds

Missing man’s wife files complaint

It has been almost two years since Wesley Foulds went missing, and…

Wesley Foulds
Elizabeth Strecker

Abbotsford grandmother humiliated by airport security

Elizabeth Strecker's phone has been ringing steadily ever since the Abbotsford grandmother made headlines as the victim of "humiliating" treatment at the hands of airport screeners in Calgary.

Elizabeth Strecker

Japanese speed skaters to train in Abbotsford

The Japanese Olympic speed skating team has confirmed that it will be…

Abby the pre-Olympic home for Russian figure skaters

Representing the most successful figure skating team in the history of the…