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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.
Abbotsford senior avoids jail time for killing a flagger while driving without a licence
More than 3,000 talking on phones or using other hand-held devices
Police in Abbotsford are among those who will benefit from the arrival this week of an armoured rescue vehicle (ARV).
A second piece of public art has been commissioned under Abbotsford’s new policy.
Peace River South MLA Blair Lekstrom has been welcomed back to the…
The big blast of wind that swept through the Lower Mainland on Wednesday morning played havoc with power service, as downed trees fell on hydro lines and interrupted service.
Premier-designate Christy Clark chaired her first caucus meeting in Vancouver Wednesday afternoon,…
A group of disgruntled Abbotsford taxpayers is hoping to tap into similar public sentiment during the civic elections this November.
Pot growers will get six months in jail if they have a grow-op with six or more plants, if the federal Conservatives can pass a tough-on-crime bill, says Abbotsford MP Ed Fast.
Southwestern B.C. is bracing for what forecasters warn will be an extraordinary windstorm this morning that could bring significant power outages and downed trees.
Royal Columbian incident latest case of chronic congestion
VICTORIA – The B.C. government is considering an appeal period for drivers…