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Abbotsford can expect only limited growth in the coming year, that's according to Helmut Pastrick, of Central 1 Credit Union.
Jan. 14 marks the Ukrainian New Year and an evening of dancing, entertainment and food has been planned to celebrate the event.
The public can expect to take a bigger hit to their wallets in 2012.
B.C. Health Minister and MLA for Abbotsford West, Michael de Jong looks at recent issues and upcoming challenges.
A new low-rise apartment complex that will provide micro-suites for seniors in the downtown area was given swift approval by council
Tradex has a total economic impact of $84.6 million, that's according to a study performed for the local trade and exhibition centre.
Medical transcription staff in the Lower Mainland are facing an uncertain future. A proposal could displace 131 full- and part-time workers.
Incumbent George Peary loses seat as P3 proposal soundly rejected
Abbotsford ranks number four on a list of top cities and towns in B.C. for real estate investment. The result was released by REIN
As voters consider the City of Abbotsford’s referendum question on the Stave Lake water project, a common question is
When the public casts their ballots on Nov. 19, the choices made will shape the future of Abbotsford for the next three years.
Abbotsford chiropractor Dr. Bruce Banman has declared his candidacy for mayor.
Politicians, dignitaries and travellers came together Friday afternoon to celebrate the completion of the Abbotsford International Airport expansion project.
The $30-million overhaul, financed equally by the federal and provincial governments, as well as the Abbotsford Airport Authority, was finished on time and on budget, according to the media release.
A proposed new, 10,000 square foot army cadet building took a small step forward on Monday. Council gave its approval in principle to a plan to construct the new facility in Abbotsford's Grant Park (31800 Madiera Place).
Abbotsford’s MLAs are united on at least one major issue, none of them believe incineration should be allowed to damage the Fraser Valley’s sensitive air shed.
Lois Jackson has issued a verbal and written apology for comments she made about Fraser Valley Regional District chair Patricia Ross.
Jackson, chair of Metro Vancouver and Mayor of Delta, was speaking on a Vancouver radio show last week.
Abbotsford South MLA John van Dongen doesn’t believe incineration is the answer to the Lower Mainland’s garbage problem.
Despite the decision by Minister of Environment Terry Lake to endorse Metro Vancouver’s regional waste plan – which includes incineration – van Dongen maintains his stand.
That’s the one word Patricia Ross keeps saying when asked about Monday’s decision to allow the burning of garbage.
The chair of the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) is a vocal advocate against incineration. When she heard the waste management plan for Metro Vancouver – that includes waste-to-energy incineration – was approved by the B.C. Environment Minister, she was shocked.
The MSA Museum Society presented its vision of the future to council on Monday.
The group is proposing the creation of a discovery centre which will encompass much of the Mill Lake area.
The proposed site would feature a 7,000 square foot discovery centre and a 3,000 square foot outdoor covered staging area to compliment the current Trethewey House location.
The Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre (AESC) generated an economic impact of $24.3 million in 2010 according to figures released Friday.
The economic impact study, which was presented to council Monday afternoon, was written by the consulting company Grant Thornton International.