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China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

China passes U.S. as B.C. lumber buyer

Chinese buyers purchased $122 million worth of B.C. lumber in May, surpassing the value of lumber shipments to the United States for the first time ever.

RCMP request help in locating missing person

Princeton resident, Wanda Foss missing for approximately three weeks.

Fraser water worries wane

Fraser Health aims to divert elderly back home from hospitals

Fraser Health aims to divert elderly back home from hospitals

Officials pledge community supports are ready to handle planned shift
Serious flooding not anticipated in Abbotsford

Serious flooding not anticipated in Abbotsford

The Abbotsford Police Department has posted a notice on its website assuring residents that while the water levels are currently above average in the lower Fraser Valley, "there is no threat to the community."

Condition has not improved for two crash survivors

A 20-year-old driver from Mission and his 19-year-old passenger are still in critical and serious condition in hospital today following a collision Tuesday night with a Chilliwack RCMP cruiser in Agassiz.
Pipe bomb discovered in Hollister Place home

Pipe bomb discovered in Hollister Place home

Abbotsford businessman to fight civil forfeiture

An Abbotsford restaurant owner whose home and property have become the subject of a civil forfeiture claim said he will fight the matter in court.
Tories seize on TransLink gas tax issue

Tories seize on TransLink gas tax issue

NDP transporation critic coy on support for two-cent solution for transit

No light on Whatcom after council reverses previous decision

An amber flashing light will not be installed on Whatcom Road. On Monday, council reversed its earlier decision, in April, to install the warning light on the southbound “intersection ahead” sign just before Mountain Drive.