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CHARTS: Beyond Metro Vancouver, COVID-19 cases in B.C. haven’t increased much recently

CHARTS: Beyond Metro Vancouver, COVID-19 cases in B.C. haven’t increased much recently

COVID-19 case counts outside of Metro Vancouver have been level since July

CHARTS: Beyond Metro Vancouver, COVID-19 cases in B.C. haven’t increased much recently
Charges laid in Abbotsford incident that ended with police shooting suspect

Charges laid in Abbotsford incident that ended with police shooting suspect

Man shot by police is expected to survive, officer released from hospital

Charges laid in Abbotsford incident that ended with police shooting suspect
Smoke in Abbotsford hits new peak Sunday afternoon; particulate matter 7 times healthy limit

Smoke in Abbotsford hits new peak Sunday afternoon; particulate matter 7 times healthy limit

Air quality advisories in place, but smoke expected to ease soon

Smoke in Abbotsford hits new peak Sunday afternoon; particulate matter 7 times healthy limit
Stricter rules and more tree-planting is needed to reinvigorate Abbotsford’s urban forest, council will hear Monday. (Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News)

Nothing stops Abbotsford homeowners from axing large, healthy trees. That may soon change.

New tree bylaw may restrict cutting of trees larger than 50 centimetres in diameter.

Stricter rules and more tree-planting is needed to reinvigorate Abbotsford’s urban forest, council will hear Monday. (Tyler Olsen/Abbotsford News)
UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.

UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.

The smoke has prompted air-quality advisories in many areas.

UPDATED PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows spread of wildfire smoke across B.C.
PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows origin of wildfire smoke

PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows origin of wildfire smoke

The smoke has prompted air-quality advisories in many areas.

PHOTO: Satellite imagery shows origin of wildfire smoke
A new driver in Abbotsford was busted by police going 113 km/h in a school zone. Abbotsford Police photo

New driver in Abbotsford caught going 113 km/h in a school zone

Car impounded; driver handed a $483 fine

A new driver in Abbotsford was busted by police going 113 km/h in a school zone. Abbotsford Police photo
Sellers’ market: Housing prices continue to rise in Abbotsford and Mission

Sellers’ market: Housing prices continue to rise in Abbotsford and Mission

Value of a typical house in central Fraser Valley has increased by $50,000 since start of year

Sellers’ market: Housing prices continue to rise in Abbotsford and Mission
Anger and questions after teen in mental health crisis discharged at 3 a.m. from Abbotsford hospital

Anger and questions after teen in mental health crisis discharged at 3 a.m. from Abbotsford hospital

‘Had I not heard the phone ring and woken up at 3 a.m., then what?’

Anger and questions after teen in mental health crisis discharged at 3 a.m. from Abbotsford hospital
Abbotsford greenhouse grower looks to build apartment building to house up to 104 farmworkers

Abbotsford greenhouse grower looks to build apartment building to house up to 104 farmworkers

‘Innovative’ proposal set for a public hearing later this month

Abbotsford greenhouse grower looks to build apartment building to house up to 104 farmworkers
Craft brewery plans to open across from Abbotsford Centre

Craft brewery plans to open across from Abbotsford Centre

Canuck Empire Brewing seeking a lounge endorsement to allow it to sell multiple beers to patrons

Craft brewery plans to open across from Abbotsford Centre
UPDATED: Searchers discover body of Abbotsford man missing since Tuesday

UPDATED: Searchers discover body of Abbotsford man missing since Tuesday

Brook Morrison left home to go for a walk Tuesday evening

UPDATED: Searchers discover body of Abbotsford man missing since Tuesday
Can a Fraser Valley company revolutionize the grocery food chain?

Can a Fraser Valley company revolutionize the grocery food chain?

Local companies receive $1 million grant to kickstart direct farm-to-plate website

Can a Fraser Valley company revolutionize the grocery food chain?
Mission has had 158 people diagnosed with COVID-19 so far in 2020

Mission has had 158 people diagnosed with COVID-19 so far in 2020

The figure is predominantly due to the large outbreak at the federal prison

Mission has had 158 people diagnosed with COVID-19 so far in 2020
Not all parents may be told of COVID cases linked to their children’s school, health officials say

Not all parents may be told of COVID cases linked to their children’s school, health officials say

Focus will be on speaking to those ‘considered likely or potentially exposed to COVID-19’

Not all parents may be told of COVID cases linked to their children’s school, health officials say
Plainclothes Abbotsford police officer deletes cellphone video after drawing gun on innocent man

Plainclothes Abbotsford police officer deletes cellphone video after drawing gun on innocent man

‘They never asked me what I was doing there, strictly came out with guns, threatening to shoot me’

Plainclothes Abbotsford police officer deletes cellphone video after drawing gun on innocent man
Four activists face charges linked to 2019 Abbotsford hog-farm protest

Four activists face charges linked to 2019 Abbotsford hog-farm protest

Mischief and break-and-enter charges laid for incidents on four separate days prior to the protest

Four activists face charges linked to 2019 Abbotsford hog-farm protest
Nearly 60 COVID-19 cases have been tied to a Fraser Valley blueberry plant. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)

59 COVID-19 cases now tied to Abbotsford blueberry packing plant

28 new cases tied to Abbotsford fruit-packing facility

Nearly 60 COVID-19 cases have been tied to a Fraser Valley blueberry plant. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)
Vandals have damaged swing sets in playgrounds in Abbotsford five times since May. Abbotsford Police photo

Vandals targeting Abbotsford swing sets

Swings in playgrounds around central Abbotsford have been damaged on five occasions

Vandals have damaged swing sets in playgrounds in Abbotsford five times since May. Abbotsford Police photo
Mexican consulate wants answers after ‘assault’ on farmworker by police officers in Abbotsford

Mexican consulate wants answers after ‘assault’ on farmworker by police officers in Abbotsford

Consulate says farmworker injured after being punched & kicked by officer and attacked by police dog

Mexican consulate wants answers after ‘assault’ on farmworker by police officers in Abbotsford