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A woman who walked away from a drug rehabilitation centre in Abbotsford is now wanted on a Canada-wide warrant.
Canuck Place Children's Hospice in Abbotsford celebrated its official campaign kick-off yesterday (Monday) by announcing that the facility will be named Dave Lede House after its biggest donor.
The flow of traffic across the Abbotsford-Sumas border crossing may be getting faster, with the addition of proposed Nexus lanes, both north and south.
A woman serving a six-year prison term in Abbotsford has filed a notice of civil claim against the attorney general of Canada, saying she is experiencing "psychological deterioration" due to extended periods in segregation.
Irene Kelleher was the first native woman in British Columbia to be…
Bigger social questions must be examined, says brother of victim
VICTORIA – Christy Clark confirmed Monday she will be sworn in March…
James Wilson ran into his friend, Robbie Minler, on Saturday night in Abbotsford just as Minler was getting ready to catch a ride with another buddy into Langley.
The Skeetchestn Indian Band on Kamloops Lake has called off its "peaceful…
About 30 members of the BC Nurses' Union (BCNU) held a brief protest outside Abbotsford Regional Hospital (AHR) yesterday afternoon to draw attention to the issues of overcrowding and patient care.
Estate lifestyle comes at expense of food production
Abbotsford Police are hoping new information will help them solve a two-year-old missing person case.
Another charge has been stayed in court against the man who was the first arrest for the Abbotsford Police's gang suppression unit (GSU) last year.
Two local men who asked the Supreme Court of B.C. to exclude certain evidence in their fraud trail have had their application denied.
Surrey, Burnaby and Vancouver ridings flagged in leaked document
Concussion injuries in hockey and other sports are frequent, and often serious. The issue hits close to home, as Abbotsford’s Michael Funk weighs his options after four incidents in 14 months.
A strong Canadian dollar is generally considered the sign of a robust economy. But as the loonie bulks up, so too do the lineups at border crossings, as bargain-seeking Canadians take their shopping dollars south.
Pot advocate Timothy Felger remains in police custody after being arrested Wednesday night and charged with two counts of possession of marijuana for the purpose of trafficking and two counts of trafficking in Mission.