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Sold-out male strip show cancelled due to Abbotsford bylaw

Pub manager said customers were upset after ‘Canadian Playboyz’ show blocked

Farmers cite contaminated soil and flooded fields in request for pipeline cash

Group of Fraser Valley landowners seeks annual payments for hassle of having pipeline running through their land.

Low dollar gives boost to local businesses

Drop in loonie's value credited for helping spur Abbotsford's economy.

School reconfiguration plan meets opposition

Petition, Facebook group launched to fight proposal to change six kindergarten-to-Grade 7 schools to K-5.

Still no agreement between landowner group and pipeline co.

Group of Fraser Valley landowners continue to seek annual payments for co-operating with Kinder Morgan Canada pipeline expansion plan.

Medal honours Second World War code-breaker

Seventy years after she helped crack Nazi codes, Abbotsford's Kathleen Wood honoured for Bletchley Park service.

Local farmers groups say trade deal acceptable

Poultry, dairy and egg producers say supply management protected, even though some market access granted.

Enrolment climbs in Abbotsford school district

There has been an increase of 80 students above projections

City needs pipeline guarantees: Abbotsford councillor

Kinder Morgan refutes report that expanded pipeline would cost city millions, but Coun. Patricia Ross says issues remain.

Poultry and dairy farmers worried about trade deal

Local farmers say concessions sought by the United States would upend their industries.

Global warming a boon and a bane for Fraser Valley farmers

Warmer summers and milder winters could help local farmers grow new crops.

KIDS IN CRISIS: Two-thirds of children with mental disorders don’t get help

Despite treating 5,000 more children, B.C.'s Child and Youth Mental Health agency employs fewer psychologists than it did seven years ago.

KIDS IN CRISIS: ‘Your son is a monster’

Parents of children with mental illnesses struggle to find government support and understanding.

Farmers prepare for next avian influenza outbreak

Fraser Valley farms affected by winter bird flu outbreak to receive government compensation

Bus fees to rise for most Abbotsford students

$100 hike for regular riders, but those attending schools of choice will see fees fall

Transportation plan calls for highway widening

Expanded highway is included among the priorities for expanding freeway capacity and reliability in the Lower Mainland.

Empty seats prompt new ideas for Abbotsford’s bus system

Taxpayers subsidizing more than 75 per cent of local transit –
the least efficient in the region

Abbotsford-Mission unemployment rate nears five-year low

Rate dips below six per cent for first time in nearly five years, but labour force lags behind population growth

Local poultry farmers come through with donations

Despite avian flu outbreak, Fraser Valley farmers raised $92,700 – $20,000 more than the previous year – for charity.

Report shows value of pre-K learning in Abbotsford

Abbotsford school graduation rates remain above provincial average