The Federal Court has ruled on the case CCFR v Canada. The Court has dismissed all claims made by the CCFR and five other applicants in this landmark case. The Applicants claimed the government lacked the regulatory authority to enact the May 2020 Order in Council that banned more than 1550 models of what [...]
This is Bowin, a 7-year-old boy who loves Pokémon, playing at the park and tacos. Bowin has been unwell and experiences recurrent episodes of hypoglycemia and lethargy. He is currently battling Adrenoleukodystrophy (also known as ALD). Recently it has been discovered that his ALD is progressing very quickly and now is the time for [...]
The Abbotsford Fish and Game Club continues to prioritize investing in wildlife management and conservation. By supporting science-based research we are better able to understand the interactions between ungulates and their predators as well as their population dynamics. Predator management is not well understood by the general public and often management decisions are made [...]
In an effort to continually improve our Club and ensure that all our members have access to our ranges, we have now installed a concrete pad to the outdoor archery range with a ramp at the door for better mobility and wheelchair accessibility.
We are pleased to announce that our new Seacan washrooms located by the Clubhouse are now open and available to use by all Members! Access to the washrooms are the same as the ones located near Range 4, where you simply tap your Membership card to gain access.
Our new “temporary” seacan bathrooms have arrived by the main clubhouse. The BOD decided we needed something to fill the gap while we are still waiting on reconstruction of the clubhouse, that was better than porta potties. We still need to get electrical, security and plumbing done on the bathrooms, but once that is [...]
Attention Members, Please note there will be DAYTIME WEEKDAY range closures from 8am - 5pm of ALL RANGES from August 31 - September 9 to complete the remediation of the dirt and gravel that had come down the mountain during our flood and subsequent rain events. Ranges will be OPEN AFTER 5PM ON THE WEEKDAYS and ALL [...]
PROPOSED PREFERRED OPTION Following public engagement with Abbotsford residents, farmers and business owners, City of Abbotsford staff will be presenting a preferred flood risk reduction and mitigation option to Abbotsford City Council for their consideration on June 13, 2022. Once Council has approved the recommendation to support a flood mitigation option, the City will [...]
A Guest Fee FREE Weekend to Celebrate National Range Day! AFGC is pleased to announced that we will be participating in National Range Day on June 4th and 5th. As we are unable to hold an Open House this year, we would like to invite our members to bring family and friends to the [...]
We are pleased to announce that Range 2 will be open to members on Monday May 9th! As there is still much remediation to take care of, please be careful when out at the 100 meter line as there are a lot of rocks to trip on. Thanks!
In November 2021, Abbotsford experienced one of Canada’s largest flooding disasters when the Nooksack River overflowed and breached its dyke and floodwater headed straight to Abbotsford, flooding Sumas Prairie. Recovery work is underway and more information can be found on the City of Abbotsford website(External link). The City of Abbotsford is working with engineering [...]
Members, please note we have received the following notice from FortisBC regarding gas line work on the Lakemount Bridge. April 13, 2022 RE: Lakemount Bridge Temporary Closure Dear resident/business owner, this letter is to advise you of planned gas line work on the Lakemount Bridge. The work is scheduled for [...]