Kelvin Gawley

White Christmas likely for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland

White Christmas likely for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland

Environment Canada has release a special weather statement

White Christmas likely for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland
People have left stuffed animals and flowers at the intersection where a nine-year-old girl was struck by a bus Friday morning. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News

Girl killed after being struck by a bus was a recently resettled Syrian refugee

Hala Albarhoum and her family fled a war-torn country and resettled in Abbotsford

People have left stuffed animals and flowers at the intersection where a nine-year-old girl was struck by a bus Friday morning. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
Ken Poole stands by his car with a decal for a three-day insurance policy he said he was forced to buy due to ICBC software that didn’t know the number of days in February (he blocked his licence plate number to protect his privacy).                                Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News

VIDEO: Non-existent date forces Abbotsford man to purchase extra car insurance

Software that scheduled policy end on Feb. 29 caused headache for Ken Poole

Ken Poole stands by his car with a decal for a three-day insurance policy he said he was forced to buy due to ICBC software that didn’t know the number of days in February (he blocked his licence plate number to protect his privacy).                                Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
Man dies after coming into contact with unknown blue substance

Man dies after coming into contact with unknown blue substance

Incident occured at ‘problem residence’ in Abbotsford

Man dies after coming into contact with unknown blue substance
Security guard stabbed by woman at Abbotsford mall

Security guard stabbed by woman at Abbotsford mall

Suspect still at large, as 25-year-old recovers in hospital

Security guard stabbed by woman at Abbotsford mall
Liberal and NDP MLAs stand together in support of SOGI education

Liberal and NDP MLAs stand together in support of SOGI education

Bipartisan support for materials that teach about sexual orientation and gender identity

Liberal and NDP MLAs stand together in support of SOGI education
Parents rally to support LGBT education in Abbotsford schools

Parents rally to support LGBT education in Abbotsford schools

Small demonstration held in the rain to counter anti-SOGI rhetoric

Parents rally to support LGBT education in Abbotsford schools
PHOTOS: Procession and funeral for Const. John Davidson

PHOTOS: Procession and funeral for Const. John Davidson

Thousands attended celebration of life for Abbotsford police officer

PHOTOS: Procession and funeral for Const. John Davidson
Abbotsford citizens tackle bank robber

Abbotsford citizens tackle bank robber

37-year-old in custody after trying to get away with cash

Abbotsford citizens tackle bank robber
Slain Abbotsford police officer used ‘first person in, goes’ tactics

Slain Abbotsford police officer used ‘first person in, goes’ tactics

Police protocols to active shooter situations changed after Columbine

Slain Abbotsford police officer used ‘first person in, goes’ tactics
Nimrat Gill, 3, died at Abbotsford Regional Hospital on Feb. 7, 2017.

No wrongdoing found in death of three-year-old Abbotsford girl

Coroner’s report makes no recommendations following death of Nimrat Gill

Nimrat Gill, 3, died at Abbotsford Regional Hospital on Feb. 7, 2017.
Candles spelled out “RIP” and APD” with a heart in between the two at a vigil held for a fallen officer at the Abbotsford Police Department. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News                                Candles spelled out “RIP” and APD” with a heart in between the two at a vigil held for a fallen officer at the Abbotsford Police Department. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News

‘There are no words’: Abbotsford community holds quiet vigil for fallen police officer

A few dozen residents laid flowers and lit candles at the Abbotsford Police Department’s door

Candles spelled out “RIP” and APD” with a heart in between the two at a vigil held for a fallen officer at the Abbotsford Police Department. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News                                Candles spelled out “RIP” and APD” with a heart in between the two at a vigil held for a fallen officer at the Abbotsford Police Department. Kelvin Gawley/Abbotsford News
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Skinning rabbits at Abbotsford high school called ‘inappropriate’

Making Métis rabbit stew part of foods course

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VIDEO: Woman rams Abbotsford cop car with sedan

VIDEO: Woman rams Abbotsford cop car with sedan

Charges pending against the 36-year-old

VIDEO: Woman rams Abbotsford cop car with sedan
UPDATE: Hacker threatens to release UFV student information if not paid ransom

UPDATE: Hacker threatens to release UFV student information if not paid ransom

Threats to release students’ personal information

UPDATE: Hacker threatens to release UFV student information if not paid ransom
Canada Jetlines plans to begin flying to and from Abbotsford next summer.

New ultra-low-cost airline coming to Abbotsford

Canada Jetlines set to begin flying next summer

Canada Jetlines plans to begin flying to and from Abbotsford next summer.
UPDATE: Suspect still at large following brazen daylight shooting in Abbotsford

UPDATE: Suspect still at large following brazen daylight shooting in Abbotsford

Victim in his 30s in stable condition in hospital

UPDATE: Suspect still at large following brazen daylight shooting in Abbotsford
Mission man invents amphibious golf cart

Mission man invents amphibious golf cart

He says the Golfish will take you on a round of golf and a fishing trip

Mission man invents amphibious golf cart
Ultra-low-cost airline set to Swoop into B.C.

Ultra-low-cost airline set to Swoop into B.C.

New WestJet subsidiary will take off in 2018

Ultra-low-cost airline set to Swoop into B.C.
Tristan Readman, of the Canadian Coast Guard, speaks with prospective employees at the Black Press Extreme Career Fair Thursday at the Kelowna Curling Rink. (Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star)

How will the minimum wage increase affect your chances of getting a job?

The next Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair is set for Sept. 28 at the Cloverdale Agriplex

Tristan Readman, of the Canadian Coast Guard, speaks with prospective employees at the Black Press Extreme Career Fair Thursday at the Kelowna Curling Rink. (Lisa VanderVelde/Morning Star)