Housing, News, Your city

June 24, 2022

When is a tower too tall?

The housing-crisis and the scarcity of land is moving cities to green-light high-density communities across the region. But are people ready?

Housing   News   Your city

June 24, 2022

When is a tower too tall?

The housing-crisis and the scarcity of land is moving cities to green-light high-density communities across the region. But are people ready?

News

June 23, 2022

Half of non-emergency calls abandoned in Abbotsford

Of 9,176 calls to Abbotsford’s non-emergency phone service between January and March, 4,208 were abandoned

History   Your city

June 22, 2022

A tale of two Langleys

How a dispute 70 years ago divided Langley residents and split the city in two.

Environment

June 21, 2022

‘I never thought I would rescue bear cubs’

Lydia Koot, founder of the Hope Mountain Black Bear Committee, shares what she has learned about the Fraser Valley's bears in the last decade and what is needed to keep people and animals peacefully coexisting.

Community Profile

June 20, 2022

My dad, the predator

How do you deal with having a family member who did a horrible, unforgivable thing?

Environment   News

June 17, 2022

A partnership, and vault, to preserve memories of climate disaster

The Fraser Valley Current has partnered with the Climate Disaster Project to commemorate the anniversary of the flooding by telling first-hand accounts of last November's flood.

Agriculture   Environment   News

June 17, 2022

‘Like a waterfall’: A first-person account of living through a flood

An exclusive look at the first Fraser Valley story to be entered into a new “memory vault” collecting the stories of the survivors of climate disasters around the world.

Environment   News

June 16, 2022

Funding caps leave BC’s forests full of fuel

BC government will fund a maximum of 44 hectares of fuel treatments each year in rural parts of the Fraser Valley, where more than 5,000 hectares of forest have an ‘extreme’ long-term risk of fire.

Lifestyle

June 15, 2022

School of skate

In Chilliwack, students get marks for skateboarding

News   Politics

June 13, 2022

Abbotsford Mayor Henry Braun won’t seek re-election

‘I think it’s probably time for me to pass the torch to someone else,’ Braun says after declaring he won‘t seek third term

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