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Gene Drader, who lives in the Bradner community of Abbotsford, has been fighting with the city over problems on his property.
Why can’t the law change to allow a person to take a drug that might save his or her life – even if that drug has not yet been approved
Three months of near-perfect weather have contributed to a bumper crop, 40 per cent of which comes from Abbotsford.
Abbotsford Coun. John Smith suggests the city adopt a bylaw regulating the use of the devices
Shachi Kuri visits Abbotsford to speak at meeting of the city audit and finance committee
Update: Bradner town hall meeting – residents blast council over drainage and oppose industrial park
Some 300 rural residents turned out at Bradner Hall on Tuesday evening for a town hall meeting
Residents of rural upland areas were told they would be responsible for maintaining waterways bordering their properties.
Project along the Abbotsford-Langley border would require removing about 300 acres of farmland from the Agricultural Land Reserve.
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Kinder Morgan wants to twin the pipeline, expanding capacity from 300,000 barrels per day to 850,000.
B.C.’s climbing carbon tax may be an irritant to consumers when they pay at the pump, but to farmers it is becoming a heavy levy.
Some high-profile B.C. Lions brought the Grey Cup to Rick Hansen Secondary school on Monday morning.
Abbotsford has its first real taste of winter, with a large snowfall on Friday and more on Monday.
An Abbotsford student teacher who asked a 15-year-old female student to meet him and perform a sexual act will serve 21 days in jail
The B.C. Nurses Union is calling for more beds in the wake of a 20-year-old woman's death while in a hallway
Time for reflection: Words from Abbotsford's departing mayor
It appears Abbotsford businesses are being targeted in a telephone scam to purchase booklets that will be used by sick children.
Trees on lines blamed in major outages that affected thousands of customers in Abbotsford
Summer is continuing well into September, as the province makes up for a coolish July with a comparatively scorching fall.
Student demand for courses at the University of the Fraser Valley is outpacing the growth of the university.
Waiting lists are getting longer.