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BC Ferries reports record-breaking traffic for first quarter

Vehicle traffic was the highest it’s ever been, and passenger traffic is the highest it’s been in over 20 years for the months of April, May and June.

Three new judges appointed in B.C., two senior judges reappointed

Senior judges will serve B.C.-wide, new judges head to Penticton, Kelowna and Kamloops

Abbotsford artist wins big in condom wrapper design contest

Mouat grad Cassidy Luteijn’s pair of designs earn high grades from judges

RCMP book four during CannaFest

Despite event cooperation, there were some liquor issues at CannaFest.

B.C. highway sees snow in summer

Weeks of hot and dry weather ended by a hailstorm in Little Fort

Cannings saddles up to ride across the riding

South Okanagan-West Kootenay MP will ride his bicycle across the riding from Aug. 22 to Aug. 30.

  • Aug 14th, 2017
Thousands gather with messages of love, resistance at anti-racism rally
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Abbotsford International Air Show Wrap-up


    Witness recounts ‘Deadpool 2’ crash which killed stunt driver


      Taking flight at the Abbotsford Airshow


        Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

        More than 17,000 festival goers have been at the music festival since Friday.

        UPDATED: Evacuation order issued for Nelway, alert issued for Shambhala Festival

        The McCormick Creek wildfire has jumped the Salmo River and is moving east

        • Aug 12th, 2017

        CannaFest gets underway Thursday

        CannaFest 2017 is officially up and running at James Donaldson Park

        Prominent hunter fined $3,000 for illegal elk kill in Kootenays

        Derek Sward was heavily involved with the hunting community in the South Okanagan and Similkameen

        City postpones Whispers of Hope closure

        The organizations will vacate the riverfront property within six months.

        NDP eliminate tuition for adult education, will end interest on student loans

        Government says this will open door for tens of thousands of people to upgrade their skills and save money.

        UPDATE: Wildfire closes Highway 1 east of Cache Creek

        Strong winds from the north have pushed the fire toward the former mushroom compost facility.

        Whispers defies cease notice

        The organization said it will continue to operate until the city gets an injuction.

        City removes trees in front of library

        The trees were reportedly a “hazard.”

        Justin Trudeau visits Revelstoke to encourage donations to Red Cross

        Prime minister urges others to help those affected by the B.C. wildfires

        Crawford Creek body believed to be missing Nelson teacher

        Alvin Dunic went missing near Crawford Bay on May 29

        Habitat begins work on new homes

        The new Habitat build on 72nd is well underway.

        Council approves transition house development permit

        The Boundary Women’s Coalition presented the form and character designs for the new transition house.

        VIDEO: Entangled sea lion rescued near Tofino

        An adult female Steller sea lion was facing a potentially painful and slow death on Cleland Island.