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Trinity Western law school wins approval

Trinity Western law school wins approval

Federation of Law Societies of Canada decisions paves way for 2016 opening
Kids, happy hour coming to B.C. pubs

Kids, happy hour coming to B.C. pubs

The B.C. government intends to allow children in pubs and restaurants to serve drinks without food

No raises for council in 2014

Mayor to be paid $95,200, while councillors will receive $37,500

Abbotsford man convicted of manslaughter in wife's shooting death

Robert McMath went to trial on a charge of second-degree murder, but judge ruled that shooting was accidental.
CounterAttack blitz shows human cost of drunk driving

CounterAttack blitz shows human cost of drunk driving

1,700 vehicles stopped in Langley over a nine-hour period during seasonal campaign

Fraser Valley sets 'zero waste' goal

Regional district commits to aggressive waste diversion target.

Bars allowed later New Year’s hours

Abbotsford will allow some drinking establishments to stay open late on New Year's Eve
Grow-ops welcomed in some FVRD areas; shunned in others

Grow-ops welcomed in some FVRD areas; shunned in others

Big differences in how electoral areas and cities propose to regulate medical marijuana production.
No new break on Port Mann Bridge tolls for truckers, province decides

No new break on Port Mann Bridge tolls for truckers, province decides

Officials considered unlimited monthly pass for big rigs, but now rule that out

B.C. Winter Games in Mission Feb. 20-23

About 2,500 volunteers will be needed for B.C. Winter Games