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Bus passengers advised to get checked for TB
BC health officials are advising that passengers on a Greyhound Bus to Kelowna Oct. 11 may have been exposed to tuberculosis.
Abbotsford’s Marijuana Enforcement Project makes first grow-op bust
The Abbotsford Police Department's new Marijuana Enforcement Project (MEP) recorded its first bust on Thursday night.
Challenge for the mayor’s chair in Abbotsford
The first debate is over, and voters are getting a better grasp on where Abbotsford’s mayoral hopefuls stand.
Abbotsford Police launch Marijuana Enforcement Project
The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) is aiming to shut down all marijuana grow operations in the city with the launch of a new project.
Stave Lake favoured over other water options
As voters consider the City of Abbotsford’s referendum question on the Stave Lake water project, a common question is
Mission co-pilot dies in Vancouver General Hospital
Co-pilot Matt Robic had suffered burns to 80 per cent of his body in plane crash.
Province orders review of BC Transit
The B.C. government is preparing an outside review the operation of BC Transit, after local elections.
NDP leads in new B.C. opinion poll
The B.C. Liberals have lost support to the B.C. Conservatives, according to an Angus Reid survey.
All-candidates meetings enter the computer age
This year’s municipal election in Abbotsford is entering the computer age.
Thaw in chilly talks to keep RCMP in B.C.
Civic rep Fassbender hopeful: 'Nobody is threatening anybody at the moment'
Abbotsford car thief stopped in his tracks by police helicopter
The driver of a vehicle stolen in Abbotsford ran from police, but stopped when he realized the police helicopter was also tracking him.
Abbotsford’s fire chief applauds fireworks ban
Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service (AFRS) says the city's ban on fireworks is making a difference.
Abbotsford Police program designed to reduce auto theft
Abbotsford Police launched a new program Wednesday designed to reduce auto theft in the community.
Surrey turfs deputy city manager
Dan Bottrill launches lawsuit claiming termination was 'unlawful'
Three candidates no longer ‘undecided’ on Abbotsford water question
Abbotsford city council candidates Henry Braun and Kevin Chapman now say they will be voting “no” on the Stave Lake water question
Metal thieves attack wired world
With copper trading at more than $3 a pound, thefts of phone wire have become a daily occurrence in B.C.
Abbotsford’s mayoral candidates debate water, crime
The future of Abbotsford’s water supply took centre stage tonight (Nov. 2) as the five mayoral candidates faced the elector
Asaph named new executive director of Abbotsford Chamber
Allan Asaph has been named the new executive director of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce.
Surrey man found dead in Mission
The man appears to have sustained critical injuries after falling from a ladder.
Hydro debt grows, B.C. deficit shrinks
Energy Minister Rich Coleman is examining BC Hydro's rapidly growing deferred expenses.