Skip to content

News

UFV filling up, sets July 20 deadline for applications

Already, UFV is nearly full for the falll semester. Students wanting to take open studies have a deadline of July 20 to submit their applications.
Families struggle with funding for community living programs and services

Families struggle with funding for community living programs and services

When Heather McPherson’s daughter passed away 18 months ago, she took on the care of her grandson, Brent.

Coroners hindered by budget cuts: Audit

Government urged to 'step back' to ensure independence

Five rural robberies follow cat burglaries in Abbotsford

Abbotsford Police might have caught a suspected cat burglar, but now they're dealing with a series of rural robberies.
Alleged UN Gang member in Abbotsford handed 60-day jail term

Alleged UN Gang member in Abbotsford handed 60-day jail term

A man who was charged in March following the Abbotsford Police Department's first bust using the new armoured rescue vehicle has been sentenced to 60 days in jail.
Congested courts put more cases at risk

Congested courts put more cases at risk

Worsening backlog may set more accused free

Abbotsford Police nab suspected cat burglar

Abbotsford Police have caught a suspected cat burglar in connection with a series of robberies last week.
Abbotsford property subject of civil forfeiture claim

Abbotsford property subject of civil forfeiture claim

The residential property of an Abbotsford restaurant owner has become the subject of a civil forfeiture claim in B.C. Supreme Court.

Project Ding Dong targets dial-a-dopers in Abbotsford

Charges of trafficking and possession for the purpose of trafficking are being considered against four people who were arrested Friday as part of an Abbotsford Police bike squad project.
Photo: BC Elders Gathering Special Ceremony

Photo: BC Elders Gathering Special Ceremony

The 35th Annual BC Elders Gathering kicked off with a series of special ceremonies Monday night. The event will be at Abbotsford Tradex July 12-14.