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Asbestos violator may be jailed for contempt
Court orders contractor arrested for endangering workers
‘I’m just the enforcer,’ Jarrod Bacon told police agent
Jarrod Bacon referred to himself as "the enforcer" and his co-accused Wayne Scott as "the middle man"...
Community living crisis recognized
Heather McPherson feels some relief that the community living crisis in B.C. is being acknowledged by politicians.
Interim CEO defends disabled care
As the opposition kept up the political pressure on the B.C. Liberal government to halt the closure of group homes for developmentally disabled people, the interim CEO of the agency responsible held a rare news conference at the B.C. legislature Wednesday.
Three Abby rioters turn themselves in
Three Abbotsford residents are among the 79 Stanley Cup rioters who have turned themselves in to police...
South Surrey incinerator pitched
Campbell Heights regional waste incinerator 'has definitely been discussed by council,' Bose says.
Water redundancy needed
The need for redundancy is one of several reasons put forth by the City of Abbotsford when discussing why the Stave Lake water project needs to move forward.
BC Hydro CEO quits for new job
Seventeen months after moving from the Vancouver Olympics to CEO of BC Hydro, Dave Cobb is leaving the utility at the end of November.
Garbage incinerator for Metro an election issue
Waste could be turned into energy at potential sites in Surrey, Burnaby, New Westminster and TFN land.
Former Black Press VP Jim Ainsley passes at age 64
A long-time employee of Black Press in Abbotsford who was actively involved in the community died Sunday at the age of 64.
New Abbotsford fire hall taking shape
Construction of Abbotsford's newest fire hall will be completed on time and on budget, according to Fire Chief Don Beer.
Hero saved badly beaten nurse
Carlton Leith still hears the nurse's screams in his nightmares.
On March 18, at Abbotsford Regional Hospital...
Package of drugs found on Abbotsford prison property
A package of drugs and other contraband, valued at more than $21,000, was seized Monday morning at Matsqui Institution in Abbotsford.
Pressure grows for disability support
A B.C. Liberal MLA has joined opposition calls for an overhaul of services to developmentally disabled people.
Annual flu shot season begins
Doctors' offices, clinics and pharmacies have begun the annual influenza vaccination program, which is free for seniors and children between six and 23 months old.
New drinking driving law unfair, judge rules
An Abbotsford resident who says she was injured by an “aggressive” Langley officer during a drinking driving check stop wins court victory
Virus deadly to farmed salmon detected in wild sockeye
Finding sparks fresh calls to close fish farms on B.C. coast
New drinking driving law unfair: Judge
An Abbotsford resident who says she was injured by an “aggressive” Langley RCMP officer during a drinking driving stop has won a victory in B.C. Supreme Court.
Police agent testifies at Bacon drug conspiracy trial
Jarrod Bacon was interested in purchasing cocaine from a Mexican supplier because of a shortage of high-quality product in the Fraser Valley, and an opening in the market created by divisions in the UN Gang, an agent for the police testified Monday.
Abbotsford police officer to be charged with obstruction
Abbotsford Police Const. Nathan Brown will be charged with obstruction of justice,…