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Recover costs from guilty staff, B.C. told
The B.C. government should try to recover legal fees paid on behalf of employees found guilty of crimes, a review recommends.
Abbotsford Police announce Operation Vigilance
In an effort to bring more eyes and ears into the job of keeping the community safe, the Abbotsford Police launched Operation Vigilance...
Abbotsford board of education candidates discuss spring break, other issues
Trustee hopefuls respond to questions on parental input and visions for ideal schools.
Salmon inquiry final debate targets farms
Don't wait for scientific proof of aquaculture risk to wild sockeye, Cohen commission urged
No sign of virus in tested salmon: CFIA
Federal lab contradicts previous findings of Infectious Salmon Anemia
Bomb goes off in man’s hands
A Mission man detonated a pipe bomb in his hands by accident
UPDATED: Abbotsford council candidates debate issues
A standing room only crowd greeted the 21 council hopefuls Tuesday night at the all-candidates meeting
Border jumpers caught in Abbotsford
Abbotsford Police have four border jumpers in custody, after apprehending them on Monday night near Gladwin Road and Zero Avenue.
Abbotsford PD embraces Movember
It's the month of Movember, when men across Canada sprout moustaches to raise funds and awareness for men's health...
Bell apologizes for ‘gay tourism’ error
Jobs Minister Pat Bell has asked his staff to investigate how a ministry brochure erroneously warned against promoting gay tourism in China.
B.C. joins lineup at China’s door
Premier Christy Clark and senior B.C. cabinet ministers are seeing plenty of competition as they visit China this week.
Occupy Fraser Valley?
The Occupy movement is coming to the Fraser Valley
Abbotsford votes to leave FVRD
Abbotsford council has decided to leave the Fraser Valley Regional District.
APD trio honoured
Const. Davin Turner and Const. Mark Zawadsky worked together with the APD Youth Squad, and were honoured for their work in defusing a serious rivalry between two groups of youth.
No Metro Vancouver mayors sign tax-control pledges
City council challengers more likely than incumbents to sign 'contract' to limit property taxes
School district announces ESL funding
The Abbotsford school district has announced how it will spend $150,000 for English as a Second Language (ESL) programming.
Charge dropped in road rage trial
Langley man accused of deliberately running down Abbotsford resident still faces trial on four other counts
UPDATE: Review underway after Abbotsford Police officer fires gun at fleeing truck
Abbotsford Police are reviewing the circumstances that led to an officer firing his gun at a truck being driven by a fleeing suspect.
Salmon inquiry to reopen hearings into virus reports
Fish farms, critics trade shots over initial ISA test results
Abbotsford Chamber launches Wake Up the Vote campaign
The Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce launched its Wake Up the Vote campaign last week.