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Cat signed up as Liberal sparks call for tighter vetting
Abbott says incident no joke as members prepare to vote
Officer recovering after saving Abbotsford teen
An RCMP officer is recovering in hospital from a crushed leg after saving a 15-year-old Abbotsford girl from being hit by a truck on Thursday.
School calendar proposal keeps two-week spring break
The Abbotsford board of education will vote next month on a school calendar for 2011-12 that maintains the two-week spring break, adds six instructional days to the year, and increases school district costs by $409,000.
Search is on for three-month-old puppy taken from Abbotsford SPCA
Animal welfare workers and the Abbotsford police are looking for a thief – and the three-month-old puppy he took from the city’s SPCA shelter.
Chanelle, a brindle cane corso/mastiff mix, was stolen between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. She is shaved around her abdomen from being recently spayed, and she has a large and prominent ID tattoo in her ear: 33ABIY.
Lawyers say Abbotsford man not criminally responsible for wife’s death
The family of a murdered Abbotsford woman wept openly in court today as the man who killed her read an apology letter.
Pair crash stolen car and are arrested
An Abbotsford man was among two culprits who fled from police in a stolen car and were arrested early Wednesday after crashing the vehicle in downtown Maple Ridge.
Kwantlen students customize U-Pass offering
Will run own inter-campus shuttle due to inadequate transit
Cohen salmon probe extension criticized
Delay affects First Nations aiming to sign treaties
Pro-Falcon group skirts leadership spending cap
Cash from biz execs not counted in campaign war chest
Hazardous waste case adjourned until Feb. 17
An Abbotsford man who is expected to plead guilty tomorrow to three hazardous waste infractions testified at a hearing in 2006 that he took some materials from a previous site that was declared an environmental emergency and moved them to a new location.
Farmers face uncertainty about reimbursement for washed-out crops
Fall rains devastated potato and vegetable crops across the Fraser Valley, and now producers face uncertainty about how much the government is going to help them.
Abbotsford Police seek hit-and-run driver after pedestrian struck
Abbotsford Police are looking for the driver of a car that struck a 73-year-old male pedestrian and then fled the scene yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon.
Inspection puts tenant in tears, no grow-op found
The controversial issue of grow-op-busting public safety inspection teams hit home for young mother Amy Keer last Thursday.
Promises abound as would-be premiers stump for support
Tax tinkering pledges surface from Dix, Abbott to woo votes
Distracted drivers: Many disobey laws banning use of handheld devices
One year after B.C.’s distracted driving ban kicked in, there’s little sign the threat of fines are helping drivers keep their eyes on the road and off their electronic gadgets.
Passes revoked for sex offender in Abbotsford
The National Parole Board (NPB) has suspended the unescorted temporary absences (UTAs) it had approved for an Abbotsford sex offender last May.
Chilliwack will take in Abbotsford dogs
Abbotsford has solved its dog pound dilemma – temporarily.
Chilliwack has agreed to board dogs, normally housed at Mainland Municipal Animal Control Services in Aldergrove, until a permanent solution can be found. The Aldergrove facility ended its business relationship with Abbotsford in January.
Clark rules out free vote on killing HST
Abbott lashes Liberal challenger for 'flip flop'
Sentenced to 4 1/2 years for drugs and weapons
An Abbotsford man who was charged with more than 20 drug and weapon offences in 2006 has been sentenced to 4 1/2 years for four of them.
Signups in Surrey raise eyebrows in Abbott camp
Are urban Liberals engineering failure of party vote reform?