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The Abbotsford school board is considering a few different ways to reduce the $5 million deficit it’s facing.
(Submitted by Denise Wong) The Vancouver Canucks are still alive after pulling off a desperately-needed Game 5 win against the Flames last night at Rogers Arena.
The win had people in better spirits than they were 24 hours ago.
Abbotsford Police are after a man wanted in connection to a violent incident on April 3rd. Cbl Ian Macdonald says they’re looking for 32 yr old Nathan Wallace Aitken.
A security firm hired by the District of Mission will be in the downtown between 6 and 10 AM, encouraging homeless people sleeping in the doorways of businesses to move along.
An Aldergrove man is facing a life sentence after being found guilty for a second time of the murder of Sheryl Lynn Koroll of Langley.
The Abbotsford Drug War Survivors, made up of some of Abbotsford’s homeless population, have launched an initiative to draw more attention to the homelessness problem.
The man accused of killing a Mission woman by setting her mobile home on fire will be back in court on May 11th.
The Agri-Watch program in Greendale is looking to expand and is inviting rural residents from across the Fraser Valley to an information session Tuesday May 5th at 7:30 at Greendale Elementary.
UFV political science professor Hamish Telford says the federal budget released yesterday seems to be primarily geared towards upper middle class families.