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Riot website seeks to identify suspects
Vancouver police on defensive over delays
Japanese delegation tours Abbotsford’s historic downtown
A delegation from Abbotsford’s Japanese sister city, Fukagawa, visits about every two years, and on this occasion, the visitors are interested in the urban renewal underway in the city’s historic downtown.
Mayors to push for TransLink container tax
Port, goods movers expected to fight the proposal
Abbotsford Police officer assaulted after responding to hit-and-run call
A 66-year-old man who allegedly punched an Abbotsford Police officer and attempted to take his Taser on Tuesday night is facing possible assault charges.
Sockeye probe reports split on aquaculture risk
Disease, not sea lice, main threat from salmon farms: inquiry researcher
Massive hydro line project gains backing of key aboriginal opponents
Deal puts huge Merritt-to-Coquitlam transmission project closer to launch
Road reality out of step with distracted driving beliefs
Tickets rise despite poll showing most convinced of risk
TransLink feeling its own pain at the pumps
Gas tax slump offset by higher transit revenue
Police test drone to take over some helicopter work
Unmanned aerial vehicle to be used for crash, crime scene imagery, not surveillance
Oppal denies pre-judging missing women findings
Inquiry head releases statements to Attorney-General
Abbotsford brothers face an estimated 20 property-crime charges
Two brothers from Abbotsford have been arrested by Surrey RCMP and face an estimated 20 property-crime offences in the Lower Mainland.
Four-year-old in carseat escapes injury in Abbotsford freeway crash
A four-year-old girl escaped serious injury in a car accident Sunday night in Abbotsford because she was strapped into an approved car seat, according to police and fire officials.
Restaurant food PST-free, but food producers pay?
Perhaps the biggest irony of the referendum defeat of the HST in B.C. is that the "working poor" of this province will still not be able to afford to dine out once the former PST exemption is restored to restaurant tabs. Yet B.C.'s agricultural industry, which provides nutritious, locally-grown food to the public free of any taxes, will be forced once again to hand over $15- to $20 million a year in PST to the provincial treasury.
Changes coming to B.C. carbon offsets
The B.C. government's carbon neutrality program is working, but it needs changes, Environment Minister Terry Lake says. School and hospital funds are being diverted to carbon reduction projects at energy, cement and forest companies.
Port Mann Bridge passes half-way mark
Milestone for what will be B.C.'s biggest bridge, tolls now less than 18 months away.
‘Prolific’ thieves charged
Brothers accused of robbing Surrey home of Langley bistro owner
Abbotsford Police seek two men who assisted at Agassiz crash scene
The Abbotsford Police Department (APD) is wanting to hear from two men who assisted at the scene of a fatal collision in Agassiz on July 12.
Man airlifted after explosion in Abbotsford
An man was airlifted to hospital after the vehicle he was working on exploded.
PM and premier join Abbotsford Gur Sikh Temple celebration
Thousands of Abbotsford Sikhs were joined by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Premier Christy Clark, Mayor George Peary and many other high profile guests in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Gur Sikh Temple on Sunday morning.
Harper in Abbotsford for temple celebration
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Christy Clark have both confirmed their attendance for Sunday's Centennial Anniversary Celebration of the Gur Sikh Temple.