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$313,000 in ICBC road investment

Most Abbotsford and Mission residents have seen the corridor-widening improvements along Old Yale Road from Marshall Road to Dina Place. Those are among the 12 road improvement projects ICBC invested in for Abbotsford and Mission in 2010.

More awards for The News

The Abbotsford News has won five Suburban Newspaper of America (SNA) editorial awards, and is also nominated for a Canadian Community Newspaper honour.

WestJet president shares five success secrets

Gregg Saretsky wants to let you in on a few secrets, five to be precise. Saretsky, president and CEO of WestJet, will be speaking on the topic of Engaging Employees: WestJet’s 5 Secrets to Success when he visits Abbotsford on Wednesday, March 23. Saretsky is the second speaker in UFV president Mark Evered’s Leadership Lecture Series.

Valley chambers host showcase in Abbotsford

The Fraser Valley Chambers of Commerce business showcase is back for a fourth year on April 6 from 2 to 7 p.m. at the Tradex. Event organizers expect more than 1,000 people to attend the tradeshow and almost 200 businesses to exhibit.
Soaring jobless rate seen as sign of optimism

Soaring jobless rate seen as sign of optimism

Economist maintains outlook for improving B.C. economy
Arab revolts drive pain at the pumps

Arab revolts drive pain at the pumps

$1.30 a litre gas arrives again in Metro Vancouver
Home prices jump with more gains forecast

Home prices jump with more gains forecast

Sales up as last buyers sign on to beat deadline for 35-year terms

Real estate board selects team of officers

Members of the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board elected a new team of officers and directors at an annual general meeting held Feb. 16, at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre in Langley.

Building permit values rising in Abbotsford

Tourism groups join forces for 'Handpicked in the Valley'

Tourism Abbotsford has entered into a partnership with Tourism Langley and Tourism Chilliwack, to leverage their destination marketing funds to target their common markets. The destination marketing organizations work independently to target their identified markets; however, the communities recognize that by combining resources, their efforts will be more effective and efficient.