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Metro to add new services to wring cash from parks

Metro to add new services to wring cash from parks

Dog obedience training, tent rentals among first offerings

Abbotsford council, employee wages released

Nine more employees of the City of Abbotsford passed the $75,000 salary level in 2010. According to the year-end financial report examined by council yesterday afternoon, 178 municipal employees (excluding police) earned more than $75,000. In 2009, 169 reached that level.
Vancouver riot review gets underway

Vancouver riot review gets underway

Former Vancouver Olympic boss John Furlong and former Nova Scotia deputy attorney general Doug Keefe have been appointed co-chairs of a review into the June 15 Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver.
Rude, discourteous driving on upswing: Poll

Rude, discourteous driving on upswing: Poll

Bad behaviour brings higher risk of crashes and road rage, warns ICBC

Mission mayor says mistakes were made

Five years for 2008 Abbotsford killing

Five years for 2008 Abbotsford killing

Shavinder "Shevy" Brar sentenced in Harmin "Harvey" Hans stabbing
40 roads washed out in northeast B.C.

40 roads washed out in northeast B.C.

It will take weeks to repair multiple road and highway washouts caused by a once-in-40-years rainstorm in northeast B.C.
Abbotsford Police seek seven heroic citizens

Abbotsford Police seek seven heroic citizens

An Abbotsford Police officer who was alone and facing a menacing crowd during Vancouver's Stanley Cup riot wants to meet and personally thank the members of the public who put themselves in harm's way to assist him.
Blaze lights up Mission home

Blaze lights up Mission home

Mission firefighters knocked down flames as a structure fire burned on Sunday night.
Cars offered to riot victim

Cars offered to riot victim

Crystal Ratvay’s riot-wrecked car will be replaced. In the June 15 Stanley Cup riots in Vancouver, Ratvay’s 1990 Chevy Cavalier was among dozens of vehicles that were flipped and smashed.