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Twisters athletes head to Richmond for the 2022 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics. (Submitted)

Twisters athletes from Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack head to 2022 Canadian Championships

The 2022 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics event runs from May 26 to 29 in Richmond

Twisters athletes head to Richmond for the 2022 Canadian Championships in Artistic Gymnastics. (Submitted)
Firefighters battle a blaze on a farm in the Sumas Prairie region of Abbotsford. (Curtis Kreklau photo)

VIDEO and PHOTOS: Fire destroys farm property structure on Abbotsford’s Sumas Prairie

Fire reported at 1:30 p.m., cause and full extent of damage is not yet known

Firefighters battle a blaze on a farm in the Sumas Prairie region of Abbotsford. (Curtis Kreklau photo)
Abbotsford’s Noah Juulsen had a strong year on and off the ice for the Abbotsford Canucks in 2021-22. (Abbotsford Canucks photo)

Abbotsford’s Noah Juulsen reflects on Abbotsford Canucks inaugural season

Yale Hockey Academy product, former Montreal Canadiens draft pick positive after year one

Abbotsford’s Noah Juulsen had a strong year on and off the ice for the Abbotsford Canucks in 2021-22. (Abbotsford Canucks photo)
Abbotsford’s Aman Merdha heads to Quebec later this month to compete in the Miss Canada event. (Instagram photo)

Abbotsford’s Aman Merdha competing for Miss Canada crown

UFV student, W.J. Mouat grad hoping to spread awareness of vitiligo

Abbotsford’s Aman Merdha heads to Quebec later this month to compete in the Miss Canada event. (Instagram photo)
Prospect development for the Vancouver Canucks has been a hot topic recently. Research by The News has shown that the organization’s draft picks over the last six years produced fewer NHL and AHL games than all other teams in the Pacific Division. (Black Press/Canadian Press file photos)

Vancouver Canucks draft and development and what it means for Abbotsford

Analyzing what the NHL Draft has produced for the Canucks at the AHL and NHL level

Prospect development for the Vancouver Canucks has been a hot topic recently. Research by The News has shown that the organization’s draft picks over the last six years produced fewer NHL and AHL games than all other teams in the Pacific Division. (Black Press/Canadian Press file photos)
Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains is expected to get an opportunity to show off his skills with the Abbotsford Canucks this season. (Red Deer Advocate photo)

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains chasing pro hockey dream in Abbotsford

WHL’s top scorer looking to make an impact in Canucks organization

Surrey’s Arshdeep Bains is expected to get an opportunity to show off his skills with the Abbotsford Canucks this season. (Red Deer Advocate photo)
The Robert Bateman Timberwolves hockey team captured a Tier 2 B.C. High School Hockey Championship in Coquitlam on Saturday (May 14). (BC Hockey photo)

Abbotsford’s Robert Bateman wins B.C. High School Hockey League championship

Timberwolves defeat Mission Secondary 9-4 on Saturday to capture title

The Robert Bateman Timberwolves hockey team captured a Tier 2 B.C. High School Hockey Championship in Coquitlam on Saturday (May 14). (BC Hockey photo)
A family of five bears was recently spotted in Abbotsford.

VIDEO: Momma bear and cubs caught rummaging for food in Abbotsford driveway

Mother bear, four cubs spotted on security camera in Eagle Mountain area

A family of five bears was recently spotted in Abbotsford.
The Fraser Valley Rowing Club hopes to return to the water in the coming weeks after facing destruction following the flooding in Abbotsford in November. (Submitted)

Fraser Valley Rowing Club: Back on the water after Abbotsford flood

FVRC rebuilding after November flooding destroyed clubhouse, looking for new members and support

The Fraser Valley Rowing Club hopes to return to the water in the coming weeks after facing destruction following the flooding in Abbotsford in November. (Submitted)
The Abbotsford Canucks roster will likely have some changes for 2022-23 season, with some players returning and some being shown the door. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

Abbotsford Canucks offseason outlook

Who’s returning, who could be on the way out after inaugural season

The Abbotsford Canucks roster will likely have some changes for 2022-23 season, with some players returning and some being shown the door. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
The UFV Cascades added players Nicolas Burrett, Michael Beecroft and Jackson Lau for the 2022 season. (UFV Cascades photo)

UFV Cascades men’s soccer sign trio of talents

Chilliwack’s Jackson Lau one of three new additions for 2022 team

The UFV Cascades added players Nicolas Burrett, Michael Beecroft and Jackson Lau for the 2022 season. (UFV Cascades photo)
The 2022 Provincial Mountain Bike Championships return to Abbotsford’s Glenridge Acres Farm later this month. (Photo Credit: Filip Funk Photography)

Provincial Mountain Bike Championships returning to Abbotsford later this month

Abbotsford’s Glenridge Acres Farm hosting for second straight year, events ramping up at farm

The 2022 Provincial Mountain Bike Championships return to Abbotsford’s Glenridge Acres Farm later this month. (Photo Credit: Filip Funk Photography)
Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull (left) and assistant coach Jeff Ulmer, as well as the rest of the staff, will return behind the bench for the team in 2022-23. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull reflects on inaugural season

Cull holds media availability, speaks on playoffs, Woo, Klimovich, goalies and more

Abbotsford Canucks head coach Trent Cull (left) and assistant coach Jeff Ulmer, as well as the rest of the staff, will return behind the bench for the team in 2022-23. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
Abbotsford’s Grant Abraham was deemed ineligible to participate in the Conservative Party of Canada’s leadership debate, but the Campaign Life Coalition believes he was discriminated against because of his political views. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)

Campaign Life Coalition calls Abbotsford leadership hopeful ‘cancel culture’ victim

Pro-life group claims that Grant Abraham raised enough money to compete in CPC debate

Abbotsford’s Grant Abraham was deemed ineligible to participate in the Conservative Party of Canada’s leadership debate, but the Campaign Life Coalition believes he was discriminated against because of his political views. (John Morrow/Abbotsford News)
Abbotsford Canucks general manager Ryan Johnson spoke on a variety of topics at his year-end press conference.

Abbotsford Canucks entire coaching staff returning for 2022-23

Ryan Johnson speaks on a number of topics following the end of the Abbotsford Canucks season

Abbotsford Canucks general manager Ryan Johnson spoke on a variety of topics at his year-end press conference.
The Abbotsford Canucks and the city of Abbotsford are meeting in the near future to discuss upgrade to the Abbotsford Centre. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)

City of Abbotsford, Canucks meeting about potential upgrades to Abbotsford Centre

City is open to fund improvements that are ‘above and beyond’ AHL standards

The Abbotsford Canucks and the city of Abbotsford are meeting in the near future to discuss upgrade to the Abbotsford Centre. (Ben Lypka/Abbotsford News)
The Abbotsford Canucks have bowed out in round one of the AHL playoffs after a 3-2 loss to Bakersfield on Wednesday (May 4). (Abbotsford Canucks photo)

Abbotsford Canucks swept by Bakersfield Condors

Canucks lose 3-2 on Wednesday to lose series 2-0, lack of offence sinks club

The Abbotsford Canucks have bowed out in round one of the AHL playoffs after a 3-2 loss to Bakersfield on Wednesday (May 4). (Abbotsford Canucks photo)
The Vancouver Whitecaps are holding a silent auction to help benefit flood victims in the Fraser Valley. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)<h2 class="entry-title"> </h2>

Vancouver Whitecaps launch silent auction to support flood relief in Fraser Valley

Major League Soccer team partnering with Abbotsford Community Foundation for auction

The Vancouver Whitecaps are holding a silent auction to help benefit flood victims in the Fraser Valley. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck)<h2 class="entry-title"> </h2>
(left to right) Abbotsford Canucks COO Rob Mullowney, Philanthropy Specialist Janis Mitchell, Philanthropy Manager Jennifer Wilford and Archway Executive Director Rod Santiago display the $250,000 cheque given to Archway from the Abbotsford Canucks. (Submitted)

Abbotsford Canucks support flood relief efforts at Archway

Canucks have raised over $1 million this season for local causes, $250,000 of which went to Archway

(left to right) Abbotsford Canucks COO Rob Mullowney, Philanthropy Specialist Janis Mitchell, Philanthropy Manager Jennifer Wilford and Archway Executive Director Rod Santiago display the $250,000 cheque given to Archway from the Abbotsford Canucks. (Submitted)
Abbotsford’s Kolby Steen and the Watertown Wolves captured the FPHL’s Commissioner’s Cup on Monday (May 2). (Watertown Wolves photo)

Abbotsford’s Kolby Steen wins Commissioner’s Cup with Watertown Wolves

Robert Bateman grad also captured PJHL in 2016 with Mission City Outlaws

Abbotsford’s Kolby Steen and the Watertown Wolves captured the FPHL’s Commissioner’s Cup on Monday (May 2). (Watertown Wolves photo)