Kelvin Gawley

The NDP announced two Abbotsford candidates today: Jasleen Arora (left) running in Abbotsford South and Andrew Christie running in Abbotsford Mission.

NDP announces candidates in two Abbotsford ridings

Green Party also reveal nominee for May 9 provincial election

The NDP announced two Abbotsford candidates today: Jasleen Arora (left) running in Abbotsford South and Andrew Christie running in Abbotsford Mission.
Uli Reimer holds a photo of his daughter Letisha

Letisha’s Well: Run for Water aims to bring teen’s smile to thousands

Teen killed in random stabbing in Abbotsford last fall remembered through water project

Uli Reimer holds a photo of his daughter Letisha
School board trustee Preet Rai is running for the NDP in Abbotsford West in the provincial election this May.

NDP, Greens missing candidates to run against Abbotsford MLAs

BC Liberal incumbents have little to worry about, according to one political scientist

School board trustee Preet Rai is running for the NDP in Abbotsford West in the provincial election this May.
FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals

Experts highlight the importance of helping kids move forward after tragedy

FEELING WHOLE AGAIN: Abby Senior slowly heals
Margaret Trudeau gave a lecture at the Abbotsford campus of the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday

‘I’m still standing and I’m still smiling’: Margaret Trudeau speaks at UFV

Former wife of past prime minister and mother of current prime minister talks pot, personal story, mental illness

Margaret Trudeau gave a lecture at the Abbotsford campus of the University of the Fraser Valley on Tuesday
A Costa Rican child receives a shoebox from Operation Christmas Child.

Abbotsford school stops charity giving due to religious concerns

Operation Christmas Child, which gives gifts to poor children, contravenes School Act: district

A Costa Rican child receives a shoebox from Operation Christmas Child.
A box of newborn ducklings was found on the side of the road in Abbotsford on Nov. 11.

194 ducklings rescued from Abbotsford roadside

'Little handfuls of fuzz' temporarily on foster farm need new homes

A box of newborn ducklings was found on the side of the road in Abbotsford on Nov. 11.
Letisha Reimer's friends say she was a vivacious girl with a contagious laugh and a generous spirit.

‘She was in it for the people’: Letisha Reimer remembered

Friends reflect on a 13-year-old who they say had an irresistibly contagious laugh

Letisha Reimer's friends say she was a vivacious girl with a contagious laugh and a generous spirit.
The housing market is continuing to slow in Abbotsford and other areas of the Fraser Valley.

Housing market continues slow-down in Fraser Valley

September statistics suggest a cooling market as prices remain unchanged in Abbotsford and adjacent areas

The housing market is continuing to slow in Abbotsford and other areas of the Fraser Valley.
UFV will begin training students to use naloxone

Life-saving naloxone training coming for UFV students

Abbotsford post-secondary School will teach students to use opiate-blocking medication

UFV will begin training students to use naloxone
Rental ads restricting against particular groups are contrary to the province's Human Rights Code.

Some rental ads in Abbotsford ‘blatantly discriminating against people’

Specifying against income assistance recipients, religious groups

Rental ads restricting against particular groups are contrary to the province's Human Rights Code.
Cathy Press (left)

Helicopter pilot program landing at UFV

School partnering with Chinook Helicopters to develop new aviation program

Cathy Press (left)
Zajac Ranch campers are encouraged to challenged themselves to the limits they choose.

Zajac Ranch welcomes hundreds of campers each year, but wants more

Camp for sick children is always happy to receive donations of all types

Zajac Ranch campers are encouraged to challenged themselves to the limits they choose.
Some attendees at a panel on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Exapansion project expressed opposition.

Government panel hears anti-pipeline message in Abbotsford

Majority of speakers expressed opposition to Kinder Morgan project

Some attendees at a panel on the Trans Mountain Pipeline Exapansion project expressed opposition.
Richard's Racers are always a crowd pleaser and there is still lots of time to see them at Agrifair on Sunday.

(Videos) Check out these moments from this year’s Agrifair

Animals, rides, food and more bring crowd to Abbotsford

Richard's Racers are always a crowd pleaser and there is still lots of time to see them at Agrifair on Sunday.
UPDATED: Walmsley Lake closed for at least two more days due to E. coli concerns

UPDATED: Walmsley Lake closed for at least two more days due to E. coli concerns

Water at Albert Dyck Park has tested over acceptable levels

UPDATED: Walmsley Lake closed for at least two more days due to E. coli concerns
MLA Mike de Jong blows out the torch at the Abbotsford BC Games closing ceremonies.

BC Summer Games close with an energetic bang

Athletes, supporters, officials and volunteers all recognized in big finale

MLA Mike de Jong blows out the torch at the Abbotsford BC Games closing ceremonies.