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Ocean warming may be factor in sockeye decline
Study ties salmon productivity drop to 'shared mechanisms'
Flooding concerns alleviated
The level of the Fraser River has dropped, and it is expected to continue to recede.
Some city managers receive pay hikes as high as 20 per cent
Financial statements released by the City of Abbotsford show that many of the top earners received increases in 2011
Two named Citizens of the Year
The City of Abbotsford selected from among five Order of Abbotsford honorees to name two to the title
Fireworks conclude Canada Day in Abbotsford
The spectacular display entertained thousands gathered at Rotary Stadium
Thousands take in Canada Day events in Abbotsford
Parades, entertainment and activities abound as Canada Day celebrated in city
150m wide corridor is expropriation zone for pipeline: Stewart
If approved, 150-metre-wide corridor for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will be a "potential expropriation zone," says Burnaby NDP MP.
One sent to hospital after three-vehicle crash in Abbotsford
At about 4 p.m. the three vehicles were all driving eastbound on Townshipline Road, close to Lefeuvre Road.
Federal riding proposal would see Mission merge with northern Abby
The proposed new federal electoral boundaries are now out for public comment
Oil pipeline application opens attack window for critics
Kinder Morgan seeks approval of tolls for its customers, triggers early hearings
Abbotsford Police traffic blitz sees six cars impounded for excessive speeding
The latest traffic enforcement blitz by Abbotsford Police resulted in six cars impounded for going 40 km/h or more over the speed limit
Metro ‘crazy’ to name WTE sites ahead of technology
Region kicks off informal search for garbage incinerator locations, partners
Abbotsford seeking new ideas for Ledgeview
Wants input, investors, to discover if city-owned golf course could become self-sufficient.
Prince George murder victim had connections in Abbotsford, Mission
Jordan Christian Reno, 22, had criminal and social connections in the Fraser Valley.
Two suffer serious injuries in separate crashes
Emergency responders were busy in Abbotsford late Wednesday afternoon and evening.
Flood watch: Another evacuation unlikely
The threat of flooding in Abbotsford's Glen Valley has been downgraded by the BC River Forecast Centre.
Carbon tax lift unlikely to bring record pump pain
CTF urges B.C. to eliminate levy on carbon-based fuels
Two injured in head-on crash in Abbotsford
Honda Civic and mini man collide on South Fraser Way near West Railway Street
Flood risk remains as weekend looms
Flood response plan kicks in once water levels reach six metres
BCGEU mulls strike after breakdown in talks
Liquor stores, distribution among potential targets for job action