Tyler Olsen

Marshall Road upgrades eyed after apartment approved

City staff counted 44 U-turns in one day on side street near proposed development

Outbreak at Abbotsford care home declared over

Nine cases had been linked to the site, with one death

Fraser East health region has become B.C.’s COVID-19 hotspot

Region that includes Chilliwack and Abbotsford saw more than one-third of new cases in mid-June

Expected decline in international students set to trigger teacher cuts in Abbotsford

District expects more than 270 fewer international students because of COVID-19

Abbotsford completes purchase of 10 properties near civic precinct

No immediate plans, but purchases allow precinct to grow in future, mayor says

New Hoon Park nature playground, Willband Creek connection trail now open

Willband Creek Park trails get better connection to Trans Canada Trail and Discovery Trail

Half the pot-shop applications in Abbotsford will be rejected

Staff reviewing applications before council whittles number down to four

New Abbotsford housing strategy eyes cash from developers

Newly adopted affordable housing strategy would create new fund to support projects

Recovery from COVID-19 will determine if Abbotsford council gets a pay cut

Next significant wage adjustment won’t come until after 2021 census figures released

Abbotsford’s politician pay scheme unloved by some other raise-seeking mayors, Braun says

Council votes to remove automatic review of policy linking politician pay to voters’ wages

Five-year-old Abbotsford girl reaches into piggy bank to support food-truck operator

Charlotte Charles donated $20 and made card for her favourite mini-donut-maker

You can now book Abbotsford’s sports fields

Groups must have COVID-19 safety plan in place

Wanted ‘high-risk’ offender once beat acquaintance with table leg

Kevin Pahtayken, 53, wanted by Abbotsford Police after breaching long-term supervision order

COLUMN: Why you probably agree with the Black Lives Matter slogan, even if you think you don’t

‘Systemic racism’ isn’t complicated. It means a child’s skin colour affects their likelihood to prosper.

Relief grants up to $2,500 now available for Abbotsford businesses

Grants are part of the work being done by the Abbotsford Business Community Coalition

Deepest part of Fraser River shifting course

Flood risk in Fraser Valley receding

PHOTOS: Hundreds demonstrate in Abbotsford for end to racism

Protest in city’s historic downtown was largest demonstration in recent memory

Braun says Abbotsford Police ‘first-class,’ but not perfect

Abbotsford mayor says protests ‘rooted in years of systemic racism’

$25 million Fraser Valley highway project 18 months behind schedule

Ministry says information security protocols have ‘evolved’ since construction on project wrapped up

Body cameras in, then out, of Abbotsford Police budget

Chief Mike Serr says force reflects city’s diversity