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Highway closed in both directions; no detour available
Commission concluded testimony last month, hearing from about 200 witnesses
Infection rate remains high in Northern Health region
The Abbotsford Farm Podcast set to drop weekly episodes covering the new AHL hockey team
The Abbotsford Canucks debuting in California on Saturday, home debut set for Oct. 22
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Oct. 15 is Global Handwashing Day. How much do you know about hands and hygiene?
Film features various Indigenous people talking about how the dam theatens their communities
Two local drag queens have helped pave the way for nearly 30 drag performers
Moyra Baxter says a school staff vaccine mandate should be a provincial health order, not an edict from school boards
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Stacey Chomiak’s memoir aimed at LGBTQ youth makes peace with faith community and queer community
Steve Rodgers has performed in Summerland in previous years
OPINION: The maple trees that grow here, just don’t change hues the way they do in the east
Reshaping the construction and design industries
Daniel Caiceda’s Victoria Restorations changes the ordinary to extraordinary
Mental health and substance use supports are available through Interior Health
Belinda Arpagaus farms a little bit (old) country. Arpagaus is a fifth-generation…