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Lekstrom tells mayors he's open to TransLink reform

Lekstrom tells mayors he's open to TransLink reform

Minister's olive branch latest thaw in relations as key vote looms to expand transit
EAT! this weekend at Abbotsford's Tradex

EAT! this weekend at Abbotsford's Tradex

As every foody’s calendar shows, it’s time for EAT! The annual EAT! Fraser Valley returns to Tradex this weekend.
UPDATE: Suspicious container at Abbotsford Hospital was not a bomb

UPDATE: Suspicious container at Abbotsford Hospital was not a bomb

Fire rescue services and the police are on scene at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital as a suspicious container has been found.
Truck route pollution setbacks 'ridiculous'

Truck route pollution setbacks 'ridiculous'

Metro Vancouver directors call air quality development guidelines unrealistic
David Hull arrested for third time

David Hull arrested for third time

The former executive director of the Abbotsford Chamber of Commerce has been arrested for the third time. David Hull was arrested on Monday, Sept.12 for breach of his release conditions, stemming from an assault charge back in May.
Brother of accused testifies at road rage trial

Brother of accused testifies at road rage trial

Lloyd Teneycke says Brent Parent had no idea they'd run over Silas O'Brien until the next day
Day two of fatal road rage trial

Day two of fatal road rage trial

It was the second day of the road rage trial of Langley resident Brent Parent, who is charged with multiple criminal offences in the March 2008 hit-and-run that killed 21-year-old Silas O'Brien.

Four men nabbed after jumping border

Four border jumpers were picked up by the Abbotsford police on Tuesday night after the local department received a call from the U.S. Border Patrol. According to Const. Ian MacDonald, on Sept. 13 at approximately 12:15 a.m., a Lynden farmer saw four individuals jump across the ditch, which separates the two countries.
Green taxes on local government agenda

Green taxes on local government agenda

Municipal leaders are gathering for their annual convention in Vancouver at the end of September, and they'll be calling for changes to green taxes imposed by the B.C. government.
Few fires in a wild, wet summer

Few fires in a wild, wet summer

B.C. taxpayers got a break on forest fire costs this summer, but the transportation ministry is still busy with major repairs after an unseasonable number of road washouts.
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