Tyler Olsen

COVID-19 has left a glut of small eggs, so farmers are giving thousands to Abbotsford’s food bank

‘We’re still employed, so how can we help our community?”

Another COVID case at Abbotsford care facility

Fraser Health says a second patient at Worthington Pavilion in Abbotsford has tested positive

Abbotsford Farmers Market can open in May

Only food sales allowed at farmers markets, which have been declared an essential service by province

COLUMN: We can all do more – until we can’t. Thank you for doing what you can.

Stressed? Anxious? Laid off? Working? Unhappy? Bored? Thanks for carrying on.

Hog-farm protesters should face criminal charges, Abbotsford mayor says

Braun said children of owners were ‘terrified,’ but activists say protest was peaceful and necessary

Abbotsford mayor decries ‘revolving door’ for property criminals, says prosecutors need resources

Mayor Henry Braun says property criminals often don’t face charges because prosecutors lack time

Abbotsford extends deadline for pot-shop applications

Two-month window had been set to close in early April

Abbotsford to finally get ongoing federal homelessness funding

City will get close to $3 million over five years to try to cut chronic homelessness rate in ahlf

Abbotsford holds public hearing with an audience – and the province’s blessing

Hearing may be B.C.’s first socially distanced hearing with public present

Abbotsford scales back tax hike

City plans tax revenue increase of 2.12% rather than 2.97%

Largest April snowpack in decades poses high flood risk to Fraser Valley

Snow packs at highest point in last 20 years; spring weather will determine if flooding occurs

Fraser Valley transit system can survive lack of bus fare revenue, mayor says

Fares normally bring in about $300,000 a month. Now Abbotsford and Mission must pick up the slack.

Huge WorkSafeBC fine came after Abbotsford ignored orders for chlorine safety plan

Mayor says Abbotsford has improved safety record since 2017 incident that prompted $300k fine

COLUMN: If you had cancer, would you stop chemotherapy as soon as a doctor said it was working?

The success of social distancing shows its necessity to stop COVID-19, not the reverse

Mayor says Abbotsford has enough cash – and banks already have many residents’ tax money

Mayor Henry Braun says banks have already collected many residents’ property tax

Abbotsford looks to hold in-person public hearings, with audience size limited

Restricting attendance in 350-seat hall will allow two-metre distance to be maintained, mayor says

Central Abbotsford apartment to proceed to a public hearing – eventually

Six-storey apartment building would have extensive rooftop recreation area

Price tag grows for first phase of Fraser Highway expansion in Abbotsford

Projected cost of first phase rises from $7 million to $9.3 million

COLUMN: The other graph that shows B.C. can beat COVID-19

Is the curve being flattened? data on hospitalizations provides a crucial answer.

COVID-19 case diagnosed at Abbotsford rehabilitation residence

First Abbotsford care home to have confirmed COVID-19 case