Tyler Olsen

Angler reels in monster bass at Mill Lake Park

Jayden Kalmbach had been trying to land a prize bass for months at Abbotsford’s urban lake.

Abbotsford’s city centre and downtown plans to head for public hearing

After years of planning work, final chance for public to add opinion will come in April

Abbotsford council votes to increase their event expense limits

Increase needed in case annual conferences require significant travel, staff say

Plans redrawn for Fraser Valley Inn redevelopment

Owner of building scales back plans on inn site, adds proposal to build second low-rise

Solitary confinement gets overhaul at Abbotsford prison

‘It’s more social,’ Matsqui Institution’s citizens advisory committee chair says

Abbotsford airport raking in millions, two decades after being bought for $10

City-owned Abbotsford International Airport made $3.8 million last year

Fixing Abbotsford’s bus system means cutting some services first, council told

Planners say increasing reliability requires service cuts until new buses arrive in 2020

How will changes to Abbotsford’s bus system affect you?

Ten different routes will see changes this summer as the city’s transit system gets an overhaul

OPINION: To make case against Trudeau, Scheer also needs to do what is right

Conservative leader must try to convince his most radical supporters that Muslims aren’t to be feared

Ex-cop now preaches importance of rehabilitation at Abbotsford prison

John Glena once advocated throwing away keys for offenders; now he works to improve their lives

Proposed marijuana retail rules coming to Abbotsford council soon

As legal outlets open elsewhere, pot stores in Abbotsford operate without business licences

Highrises with 40,000 residents part of architects’ concept for Auguston

City has yet to receive application and plan would face challenges

Abbotsford council approves 3% tax hike

City to hire eight new employees, two firefighters and two police officers

Sandy Hill area needs full-time firefighters, union says

Abbotsford’s firefighters union says response times are too long in city’s northeast neighbourhoods

Eleven people paid a $10,000-plus Abbotsford tax bill in cash last year

City staff creating new policy due to money laundering concerns

MAP: Is your neighbourhood street getting speed humps?

Staff have identified six roads as warranting traffic calming measures

OPINION: Online harassment of politicians is bad, but it’s not bullying

Muddying the definition of bullying hurts efforts to help vulnerable victims

Misbehaving Abbotsford councillors can now face penalties

Rules lay out penalties short of removal for office for bad-behaving politicians

Emerson apartment gets Abbotsford council approval

Neighbours voice traffic concerns, but staff says Emerson can handle more cars

FULL HOUSE: More people, more patients, but ARH beds remain below 2013 levels

Closing beds while expanding services outside of hospital has yet to reduce crowding at ARH