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No regrets, says de Jong

No regrets, says de Jong

Abbotsford West MLA Mike de Jong lost on the first ballot in the Liberal leadership race on Saturday night at the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Youth crime drops by 21 per cent in Abbotsford

Youth crime drops by 21 per cent in Abbotsford

Abbotsford saw a 21 per cent drop in overall youth crime from 2009 to 2010, according to the most recent figures released by the Abbotsford Police Department.
Transit hours increased: Five buses, 11,700 hours of service, starting in July

Transit hours increased: Five buses, 11,700 hours of service, starting in July

Abbotsford is beefing up its transit system by an extra 3,000 hours.
PIN mailing delay hits B.C. Liberal race

PIN mailing delay hits B.C. Liberal race

Access code numbers mailed out to B.C. Liberal members hadn't arrived in parts of B.C. by Friday, forcing the party to try reaching thousands of members by phone so they can participate in their first-ever electronic leadership vote Saturday.

Trial adjourned for Catholic school teacher

The trial of an Abbotsford Catholic school teacher accused of sending suggestive text messages to a student has been adjourned until May 24.

School uniform vote lowered to 66 per cent

The Abbotsford board of education has reduced the percentage of favourable votes that schools require to implement student uniforms.
National debt clock visits Abbotsford

National debt clock visits Abbotsford

Somewhere on the trip from Victoria to Abbotsford, the National Debt Clock ticked over from $559 billion to an even $560,000,000,000.
Other cities may get more slots if Vancouver casino blocked

Other cities may get more slots if Vancouver casino blocked

BCLC boss lists Surrey, Port Moody, Abbotsford among options
Metro passes new fees to punish dirty diesels

Metro passes new fees to punish dirty diesels

Off-road equipment targeted to reduce cancer risk

Extra day in jail for assault

An Abbotsford man has been sentenced to an additional day in jail and 18 months’ probation, while charges were stayed for his co-accused in relation to an assault on Dec. 2.