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Recent immigrants Poonam Singh (left) from India and Michaela Enzmann (right) from Germany struggled to find jobs until they found assistance through Pat Christie, coordinator of the Employment Mentors’ Program.

New arrivals find success with networking program

The Employment Mentors' Program in Abbotsford helps immigrants prepare for work in their new country.

Recent immigrants Poonam Singh (left) from India and Michaela Enzmann (right) from Germany struggled to find jobs until they found assistance through Pat Christie, coordinator of the Employment Mentors’ Program.
Ecstasy gained popularity as a sensory-enhancing drug used at raves, or large dance parties. It is now used as a recreational drug in lower-key settings.

ECSTASY: From the underground to the mainstream

Lethal party drug is underestimated by new demographic of users.

Ecstasy gained popularity as a sensory-enhancing drug used at raves, or large dance parties. It is now used as a recreational drug in lower-key settings.
Chef Jeff Massey displays Restaurant 62's beef tenderloin filet, one of the aphrodisiac dishes on his Valentine's Day menu

Romance à la Carte

Restaurant 62 in Abbotsford plans to get diners in the mood with aphrodisiac-themed menu

Chef Jeff Massey displays Restaurant 62's beef tenderloin filet, one of the aphrodisiac dishes on his Valentine's Day menu
Karyn Guenther in her role as a pill-popping actress in TWU’s Bride on Credit.

A first in fine arts

Karyn Guenther of Abbotsford is the first to graduate with a bachelor of fine arts in acting from Trinity Western University.

Karyn Guenther in her role as a pill-popping actress in TWU’s Bride on Credit.
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