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Abbotsford council will now debate a possible municipal tax increase of 1.72 per cent. However, more changes could still occur.
Chances Community Gaming Centre want to increase its slot machines from 125 to 300. Abbotsford council will debate it once again.
The people of Abbotsford need to forgive past mistakes and embrace the Abbotsford Heat AHL hockey team according to Mayor Bruce Banman.
A request to expand the number of slot machines in Abbotsford from 125 to up to 300 is back before council.
Abbotsford council will explore a zero per cent increase for water, sewer and garbage fees.
Producers of the controversial annual show have terminated their contract.
Lingerie football squad to play out of Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.
Former mayoral candidate Gerda Peachey took a stand Monday night against the expansion of Tradex and the annual Taboo 1sex show.
Abbotsford and Mission see population grow according to 2011 Census.
This year's city tax increase could range be 1.52 per cent and 4.33 per cent.
City council hopes to finalize a 2012 budget by the beginning of March.
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