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The latest release from Statistics Canada notes Abbotsford and Mission has high percentage of married couples.
Civilians testifying in the trial of Jessie Blue West, will no longer be publicly identified.
City of Abbotsford votes to move forward with bylaw to govern use of audible bird scare devices.
Abbotsford councillor wants to know if a new water source could be accommodated by supply system.
One of only two companies worldwide to be approved by Lockheed Martin
Abbotsford city council will begin a consultation process in regards to a proposed industrial development in Bradner
The threat of flooding in Abbotsford's Glen Valley has been downgraded by the BC River Forecast Centre.
Report lists $15,000 surplus in $150 million general operating budget
Abbotsford residents who were issued an evacuation order have been allowed to return home – for now.
Rising river level could flood areas of Glen Valley and Walters Road.
The inaugural BC Mayors’ Caucus is scheduled for May 16-18 in Penticton.
Riverside Road improvements and YMCA proposal among the city's wish list.
Letter will be sent asking company to hold extensive meeting before expanding its pipeline
Bruce Banman does not oppose a proposal to expand the Trans Mountain Pipeline – at least not yet.
Some confusion has arisen due to a change in the Lingerie Football League's schedule in the U.S.
Abbotsford council listened as 37 people spoke on the expansion of slot machines at Chances Community Gaming Centre.
The Abbotsford Police Department's gang suppression unit executed a search warrant Beaver Street on Wednesday night.
Council gave its approval to spend $10,000, half the project’s cost, to construct what is being described as a “stylized daffodil.”
Council has granted second and third reading to a liquor license request by Chances gaming centre in Abbotsford.
Abbotsford council will now debate a possible municipal tax increase of 1.72 per cent. However, more changes could still occur.