F-35A to debut in Canada at Abbotsford International Airshow

See the F-35A on display at Abbotsford International Airshow – August 12-14, 2016.

Abbotsford Airshow: Heroes of the Skies

The Abbotsford International Airshow takes place Aug. 12-14 and includes US Navy Super Hornets and the Breitling Jet Team

June 7 was Tax Freedom Day: Fraser Institute

This means if you paid all your taxes up front, you would have given every dollar you earned this year to government.

Judge to rule on charter challenge

B.C. Supreme Court judge to determine whether Reinbrecht’s right to a fair trial under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms was compromised.

Early days of Skmana Lakes ski club

Part 1 of a two-part feature. Skmana Lakes 14 kilometres from the Village of Chase or eight off the Adams Lake Road.

Fest provides bluegrass bliss

If you’re a fan of bluegrass, then be sure not to miss the NimbleFingers Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival

Dr. Smith: Understanding self-harm

Why is my child doing this? What is going on with youth.

Part II: Fear Not – There is Help for Children and Youth with Anxiety

Everyone has times of feeling anxious, scared or fearful. Without it, we would never have survived as humans, writes Dr. David Smith.

More than just Jack-O’-Lanterns

October is the month for pumpkins and there are many uses for these versatile and hardy gourds

Amateur photographers can enter the Your Best Shot contest

Contest open to participants across the province. Deadline to enter amateur photo contest is July 4. Time is running out. Enter today.

Buying a Used Car? Protect Yourself

When buying a used vehicle, you should do your homework, says CarProof. 150,000 British Columbians buy from a private seller each year.

Edith Nee’s family, friends appealing for kidney donor

Nee, former chair of the B.C. Press Council, was diagnosed with kidney failure two years ago.

Lazar heads to Ottawa

Salmon Arm minor hockey product Curtis Lazar is now property of the Ottawa Senators.

Voting for change may hurt B.C.

I’m concerned that many British Columbians are more focused on “change” for the sake of change

Future of post office facing threats

Times are changing, there’s no doubt. But adapting to change shouldn’t mean throwing out the baby with the bath water

Thinking at 100 km/h

“Driving is such a part of North American culture. We just consider it part of our routine …

Students having buckets of fun

Students in Jennifer Jones’ classroom at Chase elementary are carrying buckets around with them.

When sorry seems silly

I’m thinking I deserve an apology from the government of the United States. At the very least, a regret.

It’s salsa season

This time of year tomatoes are in abundance, and one of my favourite ways to use them is in salsa.

Bear attack prompts outrage

The Neskonlith Indian Band is investigating a gruesome alleged attack on a bear cub at a provincial campground.