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COLUMN: Make positive change for marginalized groups, not despite them

Drug policies have a long history of at best ignoring and at worst targeting vulnerable communities

Abbotsford youth gang prevention program gets provincial funding

But just $1 million over three years is far below In It Together’s previous $1.6-million annual funds

Province pledges $25 million to build new Eagle Mountain elementary school

New school for 460 students to be completed by fall of 2022, province says

AbbotsfordFirst pres leaves to seek BC Liberal nod

Markus Delves bidding for nomination to run in Darryl Plecas’s Abbotsford South riding

Your daily commute and weather forecast: Apr. 23, 2019

Only minor congestion on the highways today. Expect a little bit of sun over the next few days

Loud jets are annoying Sumas residents, town’s mayor says

Flights out of Abbotsford airport turn over border town and annoy residents, Sumas mayor says

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Rally on National Day of Action on the Overdose Crisis
Pedestrian struck and killed on Fraser Hyw
Fire destroys home on Sumas way
Longtime Fraser Valley Gleaners volunteer turns 100

Farmland-for-industry plan not dead, Abbotsford mayor says

Council won’t ask ALC to reconsider their latest rejection of exclusion request

Fraser Highway improvements may come with speed limit reduction

Abbotsford city staff recommend cutting speed limit to 60 km/h on four-kilometre stretch

Mom wages battle to get back four kids taken from her in Egypt

Sara Lessing of Mission has help from Abbotsford law firm

Crown seeking 30 months for Abbotsford vehicle theft, flight from police, Chilliwack crash

Michael Joseph Hasell has 47 criminal convictions on his record in B.C. and Alberta

Options presented for Abbotsford students displaced by seismic upgrades

Parents say displacement to another school could permanently turn them away from traditional schools

Parts of Hazelwood Avenue in Abbotsford closed after hydro pole fire

Access to the street off of Highway 11 has been blocked as crews continue work

Man sentenced to 5.5 years for 1999 rape at Abbotsford music festival

James Redden, formerly of Nanaimo, was charged in 2015 after cold case reopened

New plans for Abbotsford’s commercial areas approved and applauded

Plans will guide future development in city centre area along South Fraser Way and historic downtown

Abbotsford residents to get slight break on 2019 tax bill

Additional revenue allows city to chop one-tenth of a per cent off of tax increase

Drug War Survivors call for ‘safe supply’ on National Day of Action

Abbotsford drug users and their allies marched to call for changes to stop the overdose crisis

Man attacked and robbed at Abbotsford skateboard park, police say

Three men arrested and face charges after incident on Monday night

Another delay occurs in case involving 2012 fatal crash in Abbotsford

Family of Eileen Kleinfelder of Chilliwack frustrated at ongoing court delays

Abbotsford man in search of living kidney donor

Chris Stanko nears dialysis as his one functioning kidney continues to decline