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Hydro smart meter fears aired at UBCM
Province will ignore any call for a moratorium
Hahn announces exit from BC Ferries
BC Ferries CEO David Hahn is leaving his post at the end of the year, part of a cost-cutting move that freezes salaries and reduces other executive salaries as the province's ferry service endures a slowdown in traffic.
Governor General honours B.C. sheriffs
Governor General David Johnston began his first official visit to B.C. Monday, carrying on an 800-year tradition by presenting a new coat of arms and flag to the B.C. Sheriff Service.
Abbotsford Police and Fire Rescue join forces for Youth at Risk
Abbotsford Fire Rescue Service (AFRS) and the Abbotsford Police Department (APD) are entering a competition that they hope will result in $100,000 in winnings to develop a program they have dubbed Youth at Risk.
Cops for Cancer tours the Valley
A team of 21 riders will cover more than 800 kilometres in nine days (Sept.22-30) as the Cops for Cancer Tour de Valley takes place.
Abbotsford Police look at policy for use of in-car cameras
The Abbotsford Police Department is developing a policy for its use of in-car digital video cameras.
Clark shuffles cabinet for fall session
Premier Christy Clark has shuffled her cabinet lineup before the legislature reopens next week, replacing Burnaby-Lougheed MLA Harry Bloy with Surrey-Panorama MLA Stephanie Cadieux as social development minister.
Winds hitting 70 km/h expected on Monday
Autumn arrived with a vengeance on Sunday as high winds and torrential rain hit the Fraser Valley. Wind, gusting up to 60 km/h, knocked down trees and left thousands of Abbotsford and Mission residents without power throughout the day.
Two airlifted to hospital after three-car crash on Highway 1 in Abbotsford
A three-car crash on Highway 1 in Abbotsford resulted in two people being airlifted to Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster with serious injuries early Sunday morning.
Abbotsford Police believe two simultaneous bank robberies are linked
Abbotsford Police believe that two simultaneous bank robberies on Saturday afternoon were committed by two men working together.
Woman treated for smoke inhalation after rescuing animals from Abbotsford barn fire
Chickens, goats and potbellied pigs were rescued from an Abbotsford barn that went up in flames on Friday night.
Metro Vancouver bans on smoking in regional parks
Designated smoke pits to be set up in high-use areas
Abbotsford teens skipping school get ‘bright’ idea
A day of skipping school ended with three Abbotsford teens getting rides home in a police car.
Use and sale of doda attracts attention of Abbotsford Police
A drug derived from the same poppy plant that produces heroin and opium and is primarily used among the South Asian population has attracted the attention of the Abbotsford Police.
Country acts Big and Rich and Gretchen Wilson entertain Abbotsford crowds
Big and Rich and Gretchen Wilson had Abbotsford country fans dancing in the aisles on Thursday night at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.
Accolades for Abbotsford Police Sgt. Mike Novakowski
Abbotsford Police Sgt. Mike Novakowski will receive the third Meritorious Service Award of his career in November during Police Honours Night in Victoria.
Subway restaurant robber strikes a third time in Abbotsford
A third armed robbery of a Subway restaurant in Abbotsford took place Wednesday night, and police believe it is the same suspect involved in the previous two incidents.
Vedder Mountain project going back to public hearing
The public will get a second say on a 31-lot single family development being proposed on the northwest slope of Vedder Mountain.
Council has given first reading to proposed zoning changes that would allow Hayes Creek Valley Enterprises, owned by Anthony Penner, to subdivide the properties located at the 41100 to 41300 block of Old Yale Road.
Body of Abbotsford’s Christopher Vang recovered from river
The body of Abbotsford's Christopher Vang has been recovered by RCMP and Chilliwack Search and Rescue.
The local mechanic was swept away in the current while fishing on the Fraser River at the Peg Leg area near McSween Road in Chilliwack on Sept. 12.
Lynne Harris will not run for Abbotsford Council, but Simon Gibson will
There will be at least one new face on Abbotsford council next year.
Lynne Harris has confirmed she will not seek re-election in the Nov. 19 municipal election.
“I do not intend, at this time, to file my papers for re-election,” she said, adding that something “significant” would have to happen in order to change her mind.