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The Abbotsford school district is once again looking to go with a two week spring break for the 2015/2016 school year.
Yesterday we had a look at the impact of the falling Canadian dollar on local retailers and business, today we’ll have a look at the tourism sector.
(Courtesy RCMP Traffic Services)
There was a fatal vehicle collision on Highway #1 at Whatcom Road.
Depending on who you ask, the falling Canadian dollar is either a good thing or a bad thing locally.
A UFV Cascades player could make CIS history this weekend as 5th year basketball player Sarah Wierks is poised to become Canada West’s second all time leading rebounder.
Abbotsford police arrested a suspect in a pair of robberies Tuesday night.
The Abbotsford chamber of commerce would like the federal government bring a GST rebate program for American visitors in order to encourage more cross border shopping in our border communities.
Kerry and Anita Froese of Abbotsford are this year’s winners of the BC Yukon Outstanding Young Farmer Award.
Abbotsford police are asking people to have patience when it comes to police blocking traffic or obstructing lanes for sometimes hours at a time.
Police have been the brunt of a handful of complaints, both online and from passing drivers, and Constable Ian MacDonald says those drivers often don’t grasp the complexity of the investigation.
(The Canadian Press) The looming threat of sliding oil prices forced the Bank of Canada to drop its trend-setting interest rate Wednesday, a surprising move that shows just how much the country’s economic outlook has soured in a matter of months.