The week in pictures

The pictures of the week in Abbotsford came from the following news events:

  • Mar. 25, 2012 11:00 a.m.



The pictures of the week in Abbotsford came from the following news events:

  • On the evening of March 18 a poultry barn on Ross Road burned, as 18,000 birds were lost, and the damage was $500,000.
  • On March 20 Abbotsford Police Chief Bob Rich received an exemplary service medal recognizing his career of more than 30 years of policing excellence.
  • APD recommends a charge of driving without due care and attention against Chilliwack RCMP officer involved in fatal crash.
  • Action at the Canadian Seniors Curling Championship continues through this weekend, with men’s and women’s finals set for Sunday at 11 a.m.
  • The Abbotsford Police Department gang suppression unit executed a search warrant in the 2100 block of Beaver Street in Abbotsford, finding crack cocaine and a shotgun, and taking two into custody.
  • Alistair Hart has covered his work truck with Stop Kony posters, inspired by a viral YouTube video about the African warlord.
  • The Peters family of Abbotsford is competing in the Family Cook Off, airing on the Food Network.
  • The Yale Lions and W.J. Mouat Hawks competed at the B.C. High School boys basketball provincials, and showed promise for next season.
  • The B.C. Lions took on the Saint John Brebeuf Bears in a charity basketball game, to benefit an SJB boy battling cancer.
  • The Abbotsford Pilots beat the Aldergrove Kodiaks in a best-of-seven playoff series, and will not take on the Delta Ice Hawks in the PIJHL championship.
  • The Fraser Valley Indo Canadian Business Association is looking back on 25 years.

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