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Robert Bateman students create recycled art
There is a dress made from trash bags and pieces of a cut-up exercise ball.
Making a wish come true for Abbotsford girl
A 12-year-old Abbotsford girl would like to go to Maui, and the Make-A-Wish Foundation is hoping to grant her wish, with the support of a restaurant chain.
Column: Prepare for spring colour in gardens
I’ve never seen a year that has stayed so cold and wet…
Many changes in the Sikh community in the 1920s
This article is part of community-wide centennial celebrations honouring the building of…
Column: Ten ways to help wildlife
by Lorie ChortykThe BC SPCA is declaring April Wildlife Awareness month and…
Auction raises $115,000 for Sudan relief efforts
The recent Make a Difference Sale in Abbotsford raised more than $115,000 for the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Slice of Life: April 7 to 13
FLOWER SHOWThe 83rd annual Bradner Flower Show starts Friday, April 8 and…
SPCA salutes volunteers
They are the unsung heroes of homeless and abused animals in B.C. – the 4,000 volunteers who help the B.C. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) care for nearly 34,000 animals in need every year.
Bringing people together
Abbotsford will host to the 35th Annual Elder Gathering, scheduled for July…
United Way presents annual Spirit Awards
The United Way of the Fraser Valley announced the recipients of its annual Spirit Awards during a reception on March 30 at Garden Park Tower in Abbotsford.
Girl raises funds for summer camp
Ten-year-old Kaitlyn Reist loves summer camp.
Call to Action for youth
The Abbotsford Youth Commission commemorates the National Victims of Crime Awareness Week (April 10 to 16) with a Call to Action event on Friday, April 15.
COLUMN: Facebook: Friend or foe?
by Kirsten TongeYou have likely read about, heard of or even personally…
Bradner Flower Show begins April 8
The 83rd annual Bradner Flower Show takes place in Abbotsford from April 8 to 10.
Horseman rides to ‘rescue’ of BlackBerry
Abbotsford horseman Jonathan Field was recently featured in two BlackBerry commercials as…
Fashion forward: UFV student wins at Montreal Fashion Week
A University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) student has been turning heads on the runway.
Slice of Life: April 1 to 18
SENIORS' CLINICThe Seniors’ Clinic at Abbotsford Regional Hospital holds a series of…
Nominations wanted for UFV distinguished alumni award
That teacher helping your kid to shine; the nurse who was by your side in emergency; the accountant who finds deductions at tax time; the social worker who helped your neighbour; the childcare worker who’s with your kids all day – University of the Fraser Valley alumni are everywhere.
Alumni who are now playing key roles in our communities are both the UFV’s greatest product and greatest ambassadors.
Balding for a cause
The Abbotsford Heat are trading in their skates for razors.
Saving the helpless
Take out your cell phone and hold it in your hands.
It weighs about 500 grams – the same as a premature or malnourished infant at the Baby Watoto care facility in Uganda, Africa.