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Farmland values rise

Canadian farmland values have risen steadily during the last decade.

Animal disease secrecy questioned

The risk of farmers protecting their operations by hiding sick animals is behind new regulations on the handling of animal disease reports.

Police chief to speak to Abbotsford Chamber

A police officer since 1980, Rich became chief in July of 2008 and oversees more than 200 police officers and 70 civilian members.
Aldergrove Credit Union to open third Abbotsford branch

Aldergrove Credit Union to open third Abbotsford branch

The 20,000 square foot steel-frame building is expected to be complete by early 2013 at 2600 Gladys Ave. in Abbotsford.
Cross-border shopping may rise with higher limits

Cross-border shopping may rise with higher limits

Merchants want federal reforms to fight flow of cash south

List of Target stores include eight in Lower Mainland

Eighteen Target stores will open in B.C. in early 2013 when the U.S.-based retailer takes over former Zellers stores.

Christian business leaders to form Abbotsford chapter

Response to create an Abbotsford chapter of the Canadian Christian Business Federation (CCBF) has been “most encouraging”...
Businessman Bentall will speak to Abbotsford Chamber

Businessman Bentall will speak to Abbotsford Chamber

Vancouver businessman comes to Abbotsford on May 17.
Housing bubble fears just hot air: Economist

Housing bubble fears just hot air: Economist

Global risks linger but real estate not likely to 'tank'

Edible gardens cooking demonstration features Abbotsford chef

Executive Chef Jeff Massey from Restaurant 62 in Abbotsford will present a one-hour seminar.