Kelvin Gawley

Parents upset as Abbotsford students unable to attend neighbourhood school

New enrolment procedures make it nearly impossible to transfer from tradition school to Abbotsford Middle

Abbotsford woman co-opts KKK tactic to celebrate diversity

Bags of multi-coloured rice thrown on doorsteps

Look broadly at life experiences for transferable job skills

How to write a great resume ahead of the Black Press Career Fair on May 11

Public could peek ballots at local polling station, according to councillor

Elections BC says issue was immediately resolved

Abbotsford South candidates disagree on carbon tax, pipelines and more

All-candidates meeting showcases opposing plans for B.C.’s future

Advance voting begins Saturday for B.C. election

See where to cast your ballot before general election day May 9

Abbotsford West candidates square off in all candidates meeting

Five men exchange conflicting visions for the city and province

Candidate questionnnaire: Dave Sharkey (Libertarian Party)

Abbotsford West Libertarian candidate answers questions about local issues

One dead, two taken to hospital following early morning off-road crash

Pick-up truck went down an embankment near Straiton Road

Former pastor planning cafe where patrons pay what they want

Abby Eats Cafe aiming for 2018 opening

Candidate questionnaire: Aird Flavelle (Green Party)

Abbotsford South Green candidate Aird Flavelle answers questions about local issues

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital following collision with SUV

Crash occured at Harris and Ross roads around 9:15 p.m. Thursday

Former UFV student with $170,000 debt says B.C. government should do more

30 Drops Out of the Bucket contest rewarded students with largest debt loads

Values trump residency, say Abbotsford NDP candidates from Metro Vancouver

Nominees say where they stand is more important than where they live

Chinese delegation tours custom car shop

Consul general Liu Fei came to Abbotsford to see how 360 Fabrication makes award-winning cars

Gender-neutral bathrooms coming to UFV student union building

Urinals will be removed at a $3,000 cost

Abbotsford woman collecting menstrual products for food bank

Women often have to choose between food and tampons, organizer says

Pet hospice will comfort animals in their final chapter

First of its kind clinic will ease pain, treat terminally ill cats and dogs

Lower Mainland’s first pet hospice will comfort animals in their final chapter

First of its kind in the region will open in Abbotsford

Chinese consul general visits Abbotsford car shop

Liu Fei toured 360 Fabrications car customization facility