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A standing room only crowd packed Matsqui Centennial Auditorium last night as most of the 30 Abbotsford Council candidates fielded questions from non profit groups and from the floor.
A young child had his hockey gear stolen out of his mother’s vehicle while both were at Abbotsford hospital Monday night after the boy suffered a massive asthma attack.
Abbotsford Council gave two readings to a rezoning and OCP amendment for land on Gladys road that could be used for a future supportive housing project, although Councilor Henry Braun says his vote was reluctant.
This happened in Chicago as he was voting in mid term elections. This exhange is simply hilarious. Check it out HERE.
(The Canadian Press)
Abbotsford City workers have removed some wooden structures built up at the homeless camp on Gladys road.
There was a serious accident involving a pedestrian at about 7:15 morning at the intersection of Old Yale Road and Maclure in Abbotsford.
Councilor John Smith is stepping away from politics, saying after more than 30 years on school board and city council he’s ready to move on.
Abbotsford mayor Bruce Banman is praising Environment Minister Mary Polak’s decision to shoot down a Metro Vancouver bylaw that would require all waste collected within the regional district to be taken to and processed at a Metro facility.
FVRD Area C director Wendy Bales is running for re-election, but also wants to expand her portfolio by running for mayor of Mission.