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The BC Nurses Union has long been calling on the province to do more to keep nurses safe in the hospitals.
The man accused of murdering two children in the 1970′s made a brief court appearance by video in Abbotsford on Monday to set his next court date.
(Submitted by Mike Lloyd) Left-lane hogs beware!
Police could soon be getting more powers to ticket people who drive slowly and hold up traffic in the passing lane.
Part of the freeway was closed for almost 3 hours earlier this morning after a serious 2 vehicle crash.
Today is the last day to make a contribution to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) for the 2014 tax year.
Some financial institutions will be open later than usual to help get those contributions in before the midnight cut-off.
According to a recent poll from CIBC, one third of Canadians plan to contribute to an RRSP for the latest tax year. Of those, about half say they wait until the last minute to file.
Financial advisers suggest just putting your money into an RRSP account account and worry about where to invest later. Advisers say making hasty decisions about where to put your last-minute RRSP contribution is not the way to go, since this is all about getting the tax refund.
The RRSP account is just a basket account where the money goes. Canadians still have to figure out what investments the money will go into.
After two years away from the airshow game, the US Air Force is sending a contingent to the Abbotsford Airshow, including its newest jet, the F-22 Raptor.
The UFV Cascades men’s basketball team gets its post season underway at home tonight against the University of Calgary Dinos.
Rick Hansen Secondary in Abbotsford will be transforming into a science and business focused school, giving senior students an option to focus on one of those two fields.
On Wednesday mayor Henry Braun issued an apology for an incident in which a city volunteer posted a sign at a homeless person’s campsite telling them to move on.
The Fraser Valley Regional District homeless count report shows an alarming stat: 18% of the homeless surveyed were age 19 and under, an age group that makes up only 7.5% of the general population.
Homeless count coordinator Ron Van Wyk says there seem to be an especially large number of homeless youth in Chilliwack.