November 14, 2018 in Health, Life

Abbotsford Woman Receives Prestigious Award from the MS Society

Abbotsford – For 34 years, Abbotsford resident Joanne Craven has lived with multiple sclerosis (MS). Instead of letting her diagnosis…
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November 13, 2018 in Health, Life

No One in Abbotsford Should Have to Face the Dementia Journey Alone

Alzheimer's disease and other dementias affect thousands of British Columbians, but asking for or receiving the diagnosis can be challenging…
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November 12, 2018 in Life, Travel

Destination BC Tourism Marketing Committee: Call for Applications

November 5, 2018—Vancouver, BC—Destination BC is seeking applicants for its Tourism Marketing Committee (TMC) for terms beginning January 1, 2019.…
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September 15, 2018 in Life, Pets

Lameness First Aid Considerations

By Dr. I. Elizabeth Borgmann. We have already talked about lameness involving trauma to the feet. In this article we…
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May 28, 2018 in Technology

NASA’s building new tools to manage water as climate dangers grow

After years of measuring California’s Sierra snowpack from the air, the agency is now developing similar systems for space. Source:…
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May 25, 2018 in Technology

Yes, Alexa is recording mundane details of your life, and it’s creepy as hell

I’m not kicking our smart speaker out of the house just yet, but the consequences of having it in my…
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May 24, 2018 in Technology

How to get blockchains to talk to each other

If blockchains are really going to give us the internet of money, they’ll need to work together. Source: MIT
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May 24, 2018 in Technology

California is throttling back record levels of solar—and that’s bad news for climate goals

Without big changes, the oversupply of renewables will stall efforts to overhaul the power sector. Source: MIT
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May 23, 2018 in Technology

The US military is funding an effort to catch deepfakes and other AI trickery

But DARPA’s technologists admit that it might be a losing battle. Source: MIT
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November 27, 2017 in Health, Life

How To Safely Dispose Of Unused Or Expired Drugs

PHARMASAVE SAFELY DISPOSES OF YOUR UNUSED OR EXPIRED DRUGS  Ensure that unwanted prescriptions don’t pose a risk to you and…
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October 10, 2017 in Health, Life

Pharmasave And UBC Aim To Reduce Medication Use In Diabetics

Submitted.  Starting immediately, 13 Pharmasave stores across British Columbia are taking part in a pharmacist-led clinical trial which utilizes a…
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October 10, 2017 in Health, Life

Speaking Our Truth: A Journey Of Reconciliation

FVRL hosts acclaimed Indigenous author Monique Gray Smith at free event in Langley. Submitted.  Join acclaimed Indigenous author Monique Gray…
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October 26, 2015 in Life, Pets

Mission Animal Welfare and Pending Shelter

Editors Note: The letter below was sent to Abbotsford Today and it included the referenced presentation to Council as an…
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October 21, 2015 in Homelessness, Life

BC Supreme Court rules homeless have right to public spaces

Vancouver, B.C. —The B.C. Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a group of homeless people challenging municipal bylaws that…
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