Brad Paisley is the latest country star to join the Rolling Stones on stage on their 50th anniversary tour. Despite one idiot yelling that Brad should take his hat off it was a pretty cool performance.
RCMP are hunting a violent offender who may be in the Mission area.
A blue vapor cloud was spotted coming out of a building at the Matsqui Transer Station around 1 PM Tuesday afternoon.
Vancity has taken the steps to become the first Fraser Valley business to be certified as a living wage employer.
That means that all employees and contracted workers will earn at least what has been calculated as the minimum adults need to support a family of four with two earners.
Living Wage Fraser Valley chair Wayne Green says when more people earn the living wage it benefits the whole community.
I know Russell Brand is not everybody’s cup of tea, people tend to love him or hate him. Say what you want about him he’s a very intelligent guy and writing him off because of his image is a mistake.
The Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner has been asked by Abbotsford police chief Bob Rich to investigate some allegations made against his department.
A local advocacy group says some officers damaged some tents belonging to homeless people and pepper sprayed a camp site.
Constable Ian MacDonald says the department wants the public to know they take these allegations very seriously.
He says the police department doesn’t have any set policy regarding homeless people.
Abbotsford School Superintendent Kevin Godden says he thinks getting rid of the letter grade system isn’t just a pipe dream.
He says a better system would be to go over with parents how well a student has mastered learning outcomes and where they need to improve.
Godden says there’s no reason post secondary institutions couldn’t adapt admission practices to a system like that.
Sibling rivalries are often overlooked, but could have dangerous consequences…according to US researchers.
You can’t pick your brother or sister, but picking ON them can be really bad for their mental health. Anything from name calling, to toy stealing, to physical assault, can cause depression, anxiety and anger in kids and teens.
Corinna Jenkins Tucker with the University of New Hampshire says it can be just as bad as dealing with a school-yard bully.