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Lower Mainland’s first pet hospice will comfort animals in their final chapter

First of its kind in the region will open in Abbotsford

Aboriginal art welcomes patients at Abbotsford Cancer Centre

Metis artists Savanna Todd hopes to add to healing atmosphere

NDP announces candidates in two Abbotsford ridings

Green Party also reveal nominee for May 9 provincial election

VIDEO: ‘It’s a perfect match’ – Abbotsford’s homeless move into long-awaited supportive housing

Hearthstone Place officially opened to house the most vulnerable in Abbotsford

‘Outrageous’ new rules leave drone flyers with nowhere to go

Hobbyists must follow a series of restrictive new regulations

Letisha’s Well: Run for Water aims to bring teen’s smile to thousands

Teen killed in random stabbing in Abbotsford last fall remembered through water project

NDP, Greens missing candidates to run against Abbotsford MLAs

BC Liberal incumbents have little to worry about, according to one political scientist

Holey ground: Abbotsford streets pocked with potholes

City of Abbotsford says its crews work as fast as possible to patch holes

Crowded schools prompt new registration policies

District making it harder to attend out-of-catchment schools

VIDEO: Dozens rally against racism in Abbotsford

Community members from all backgrounds came together in response to KKK pamphlets

‘Rally against racism and bigotry’ planned in response to KKK pamphlets

Sunday afternoon in parking lot of local Sikh Temple

‘I’m still standing and I’m still smiling’: Margaret Trudeau speaks at UFV

Former wife of past prime minister and mother of current prime minister talks pot, personal story, mental illness

194 ducklings rescued from Abbotsford roadside

'Little handfuls of fuzz' temporarily on foster farm need new homes

‘She was in it for the people’: Letisha Reimer remembered

Friends reflect on a 13-year-old who they say had an irresistibly contagious laugh

Abbotsford death toll rises as overdose crisis rages on

Three more people died from illicit drugs last month

Little person raises awareness

New Abbotsford resident Riley Windeler spreads awareness of dwarfism

Abbotsford seen as beautiful but unsafe: survey

Vital Signs Report shows how locals see the community they live in

LONG ROAD HOME: A family starts fresh after a turbulent decade

Stateless refugees settle in Abbotsford after a chaotic life across several countries

No criminal record or jail for nurse attacker

Ryan Stard sentenced to conditonal discharge, three-year probation for 2015 attack

Housing market continues slow-down in Fraser Valley

September statistics suggest a cooling market as prices remain unchanged in Abbotsford and adjacent areas