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FVRD compiling mini Indigenous library

FVRD compiling mini Indigenous library

Literature will educate public servants, aid reconciliation, says report

FVRD compiling mini Indigenous library
‘Very minor incident’ led to late-night shooting

‘Very minor incident’ led to late-night shooting

One man in custody, another in hospital following Monday incident

‘Very minor incident’ led to late-night shooting
Police investigating central Abbotsford shooting

Police investigating central Abbotsford shooting

Monday evening incident occured on Hawthorne Avenue

Police investigating central Abbotsford shooting
RV explosion sends one to hospital

RV explosion sends one to hospital

Blast likely caused by propane tank

RV explosion sends one to hospital
UPDATE: Highway 1 collision cleared; traffic still backed up westbound
UPDATE: Highway 1 collision cleared; traffic still backed up westbound
Three parents of soon-to-be kindergarten students addressed the Abbotsford school board last week.

Abbotsford parents upset their kids can’t attend local school

Two dozen kindergarten students will have to bus or be driven to school outside their neighbourhood

Three parents of soon-to-be kindergarten students addressed the Abbotsford school board last week.
VIDEO: Week in Review – July 1

VIDEO: Week in Review – July 1

Weekly highlights from the Abbotsford News

VIDEO: Week in Review – July 1
Abbotsford cop dragged by car fleeing traffic stop

Abbotsford cop dragged by car fleeing traffic stop

High-speed pursuit, followed by later arrest

Abbotsford cop dragged by car fleeing traffic stop
VIDEO: Artifacts of Abbotsford past unsealed from time capsule

VIDEO: Artifacts of Abbotsford past unsealed from time capsule

25-year-old capsule dug up at Sevenoaks

VIDEO: Artifacts of Abbotsford past unsealed from time capsule
A map from the Sto:lo Coast Salish World Atlas shows the spread of Halkomelem’s three dialects. Halkomelem Dialiects in Keith Carlson et al, A Stó:lō Coast Salish Historical Atlas, 2001

‘Expressive and picturesque’: The Sto:lo worldview found in Halq’emeylem

The complex indigenous language resembles a cathedral: linguist

A map from the Sto:lo Coast Salish World Atlas shows the spread of Halkomelem’s three dialects. Halkomelem Dialiects in Keith Carlson et al, A Stó:lō Coast Salish Historical Atlas, 2001
Meá:ylexw: Reviving an indigenous language on the brink of extinction

Meá:ylexw: Reviving an indigenous language on the brink of extinction

Abbotsford school district program teaches an ancient language to young students

Meá:ylexw: Reviving an indigenous language on the brink of extinction
‘Bear and Coyote’: Hear a Sto:lo story read in Halq’eméylem

‘Bear and Coyote’: Hear a Sto:lo story read in Halq’eméylem

Elder Elizabeth Phillips reads the story on camera

‘Bear and Coyote’: Hear a Sto:lo story read in Halq’eméylem
Pickup truck grazed by train, as driver rushes to help fallen senior

Pickup truck grazed by train, as driver rushes to help fallen senior

Nobody injured in Wednesday afternoon incident

Pickup truck grazed by train, as driver rushes to help fallen senior
Building evacuated, as high-voltage power lines spark fire in ivy-covered power pole

Building evacuated, as high-voltage power lines spark fire in ivy-covered power pole

A section of Old Yale Road in central Abbotsford was shut down Saturday evening

Building evacuated, as high-voltage power lines spark fire in ivy-covered power pole
VIDEO: Abbotsford News Week in Review – June 24

VIDEO: Abbotsford News Week in Review – June 24

We look back at some of the news highlights from the past week

VIDEO: Abbotsford News Week in Review – June 24
School stabbing report finds strengths and weaknesses in crisis response

School stabbing report finds strengths and weaknesses in crisis response

Review makes recommendations for making Abbotsford schools safer

School stabbing report finds strengths and weaknesses in crisis response
VIDEO: The News Week in Review – June 17, 2017

VIDEO: The News Week in Review – June 17, 2017

We look back at some of the news highlights from the past week

VIDEO: The News Week in Review – June 17, 2017
‘Why is there not someone with her?’: Parents say special needs students are under-supported in Abbotsford schools

‘Why is there not someone with her?’: Parents say special needs students are under-supported in Abbotsford schools

Abbotsford school district needs to do more to include designated children in classrooms, some say

‘Why is there not someone with her?’: Parents say special needs students are under-supported in Abbotsford schools
The Abbotsford school district is laying off 11 support staff.

School district axing 11 support staff jobs

Layoff notices likely not issued yet

The Abbotsford school district is laying off 11 support staff.
Parking rules changing to allow more portable classrooms

Parking rules changing to allow more portable classrooms

School district has 11 portables on order

Parking rules changing to allow more portable classrooms