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Liberal candidates John Martin and Laurie Throness officially opened their campaign office on Luckakuck Way by handing out pulled pork sandwiches.
The Grinch was under lock and key as hundreds of thousands took in the 10th annual Rogers Santa Claus Parade in Vancouver on Sunday.
Consumer Protection BC has suspended the business licence and frozen the bank accounts of Don Antle's debt pooling business Options Credit Services Canada .
Chilliwack RCMP is warning people to use care when selling or buying items via social media websites after a man was robbed at knife point and then assaulted in front of the Yale Road Tim Hortons on Thursday night.
Anticipation has been building steadily as the number of pre-parade activities and offerings for kids of all ages have grown exponentially.
While it would impossible to identify the volunteer, every one is invited to take part in the operation close to home.
If the 100-year-old armoury building on Princess Avenue could talk, it would have some interesting stories to tell.
Environment Canada posted an Arctic outflow warning that extends into Friday, covering the Fraser Valley and the Howe Sound region, with wind chill values predicted to fall as low as minus 20 by Friday night.
A team of local filmmakers rented out a screen at Cottonwood Cinemas in Chilliwack last Thursday, to debut their first short feature film.
Sherol Cunningham's painting of a barn owl is this year's City of Chilliwack Christmas card winner.
The B.C. Boys Choir perform at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Photograph by: Photo submitted Come celebrate the 45th anniversary Christmas performance of the British Columbia Boys Choir as they raise their voices in the main theatre of the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Dec. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Rejoice in the holiday spirit with an ... (more)
Representatives from Chartwell Retirement Residences, the Salvation Army, and Safeway worked together to box up three shopping carts full of donated food on Tuesday during Chartwell Retirement Residences' Stuff the Bus campaign at the Safeway on Yale Road.
The Fraser Valley Regional District has prepared a long list of questions for Kinder Morgan to answer about the company's planned Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
A full set of seven trustees sat around the Chilliwack school board table for the first time in almost a year as newly elected trustee Dan Coulter was sworn in Tuesday.
Filed away in dozens of boxes in Rick and Brenda Davis's soon-to-beempty studio are thousands of memories.