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Kinder Morgan refutes report that expanded pipeline would cost city millions, but Coun. Patricia Ross says issues remain.
Local farmers say concessions sought by the United States would upend their industries.
Warmer summers and milder winters could help local farmers grow new crops.
Despite treating 5,000 more children, B.C.'s Child and Youth Mental Health agency employs fewer psychologists than it did seven years ago.
Parents of children with mental illnesses struggle to find government support and understanding.
Fraser Valley farms affected by winter bird flu outbreak to receive government compensation
$100 hike for regular riders, but those attending schools of choice will see fees fall
Expanded highway is included among the priorities for expanding freeway capacity and reliability in the Lower Mainland.
Taxpayers subsidizing more than 75 per cent of local transit –
the least efficient in the region
Rate dips below six per cent for first time in nearly five years, but labour force lags behind population growth
Despite avian flu outbreak, Fraser Valley farmers raised $92,700 – $20,000 more than the previous year – for charity.
Abbotsford school graduation rates remain above provincial average
Cleaning of barns underway at several sites where highly pathogenic virus was discovered.
The provincial government will provide capital costs as well as annual operating costs for the Abbotsford project
Virus has been detected in wild birds in Washington State
More than 150,000 birds now affected by "highly virulent" H5N2 bird flu strain.
Avian influenza has now been found at four Abbotsford poultry farms, plus one in Chilliwack.
Concerns raised over property crime and rural location
Several small structures were built by homeless advocates before being removed from Gladys camp.
Initial counts suggest enrolment is down by an additional 120 students on top of an already expected 100-student decline.