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Abbotsford's homeless and marginalized citizens will stay in park to raise awareness about their needs and push for sanctioned camp
Members of 5 and 2 Ministries and Fraser Valley Atheists, Skeptics and Humanists have built a mobile sleeping unit and plan to create more
Council gives approval for projects following public hearing
Abbotsford Community Services will answer questions from the public on project that would house 20 men in the downtown core
Team of 25 riders have toured the Fraser Valley to support and raise funds for children battling cancer
Public hearing on project brings out many supporters and concerned neighbours
Abbotsford-based promotion company and record label aims to provide outlet for punk bands
An estimated 16,000 students will pass through UFV campuses this year
Three senior managers have left the city since June, but only one will receive settlement pay
Joshua House is proposing to operate two 10-bed men's supportive recovery homes at 29183 Fraser Highway.
A report from city staff last week indicated that the lofty goal of a zero per cent tax increase is achievable.
Farm bylaw would create greater restrictions on cannon use
Conservative leader says they are only party to stand against garbage incinerator
Organ donation awareness week runs April 21 to 27
John van Dongen says Liberals' financial plan isn't achievable
In an exclusive interview, finance minister Mike de Jong speaks about the new Liberal budget
Coun. John Smith and MLA John van Dongen of Abbotsford are concerned about data released by the auditor-general.
George Murray has begun his new job with the City of Abbotsford.
Second forum draw in more residents to continue debate