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Restaurant has winning wine

Restaurant 62 in Abbotsford has earned a “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator magazine.
Abbotsford Chrysler purchased by Trotman brothers of Abbotsford

Abbotsford Chrysler purchased by Trotman brothers of Abbotsford

The Trotman Auto Group didn't have to go far for its latest acquisition – just across the street.

Vedder's new LNG trucks hit the road on Oct. 1

Abbotsford's Vedder Transport will begin using the first 12 of its 50 liquefied natural gas trucks beginning on Oct. 1. A fueling station for the LNG has been constructed on the Vedder Transport property and FortisBC has received interim approval from the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) to provide fuelling services.
Business targets rising municipal costs

Business targets rising municipal costs

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Abbotsford Heat partner with Sleeeman Breweries

The Abbotsford Heat and Abbotsford Entertainment & Sports Centre have announced a major partnership with Canada’s leading premium brewer, Sleeman Breweries.
B.C. boosts venture capital tax breaks

B.C. boosts venture capital tax breaks

The B.C. government will add an extra $3 million to its small business venture capital tax credit and set up an expert panel to review business taxes in B.C., Premier Christy Clark announced Wednesday.

Local company suggests blue bags as a fundraising opportunity

Green is Blue is a new, eco-minded fundraising program which provides groups the ability to raise funds while promoting recycling. Participants sell a locally manufactured roll of 50 blue bags, conceivably a year’s supply.

Selair Pilots’ Association hosting open house

Selair Pilots’ Association in partnership with Selkirk College Aviation will be hosting an open house on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at its new facilities located at 1184 Aviator Drive at the Abbotsford International Airport.

Abbotsford's Young Leaders meet Oct. 5

When you mix Abbotsford’s young professionals with a trendy marketing company in the Fraser Valley, it’s bound to be an evening not to miss. Energetic and fun; that’s exactly what is planned for the first event of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce’s new social group – Young Leaders.

Radio hosts talks to chamber

The Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce will hear from radio host Kenny Jones at its monthly luncheon on Wednesday, Sept. 28. As a morning radio host with Country 107.1 and a weekend host for Star FM, Jones is not only entertaining but memorable. He will break down the small things everyone can do to set themselves apart and the larger strategies that businesses need to stand out.