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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP seek man missing from Lindell Beach areaPolice officers and Chilliwack Search and Rescue members were at the south end
Chilliwack RCMP seek man missing from Lindell Beach area
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
Police officers and Chilliwack Search and Rescue members were at the south end of Cultus Lake Thursday looking for a missing 83-year-old man. Chilliwack RCMP is asking for help from the public in locating Melville Donald McLean, 83, of Lindell... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Last chance to check out Nature Re-ImaginedThe Nature Reimagined: Form and Place exhibit is open at the O'Connor Group Art
Last chance to check out Nature Re-Imagined
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 3 hours ago
The Nature Reimagined: Form and Place exhibit is open at the O'Connor Group Art Gallery until Feb. 13. Artists Maggie Manning, Paul McCarl and Mary-Lee Merz re-imagine the natural world through sculpture, painting and printmaking. See the exhibit... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Housewarming shower to welcome Syrian families in Chilliwack SaturdayA community-wide housewarming shower is set for Saturday as a way to welcome th
Housewarming shower to welcome Syrian families in Chilliwack Saturday
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 3 hours ago
A community-wide housewarming shower is set for Saturday as a way to welcome the various refugee families being sponsored by Chilliwack groups and churches. "Please join us in a welcoming celebration, as we collect the necessities for our sponsored... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
JOCK TALK: Hockey playoff runs heating up on West ShoreThe Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League’s Westshore Wolves return to the ice
JOCK TALK: Hockey playoff runs heating up on West Shore
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
The Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League’s Westshore Wolves return to the ice this week with their final two games of the regular season. On Friday (Feb. 12), the Wolves head to Panorama Rec Centre to take on the Peninsula Panthers for a 7:30 p.m.... Read more
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BC Local News
Last chance to check out Nature Re-ImaginedThe Nature Reimagined: Form and Place exhibit is open at the O'Connor Group Art
Last chance to check out Nature Re-Imagined
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
The Nature Reimagined: Form and Place exhibit is open at the O'Connor Group Art Gallery until Feb. 13. Artists Maggie Manning, Paul McCarl and Mary-Lee Merz re-imagine the natural world through sculpture, painting and printmaking. See the exhibit... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Invitation to unique musical journeyIt's one thing to hear an evening's worth of beautiful harp playing and vocals.
Invitation to unique musical journey
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 4 hours ago
It's one thing to hear an evening's worth of beautiful harp playing and vocals. It's another to hear the stories that lie within the music. That's precisely what Mary Murphy will share on Feb. 13. Mary is an accomplished harpist and a gifted... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Raccoon Deathmatch at TractorgreaseIt's a band name that's more literal than you'd think. This collective of Vanc
Raccoon Deathmatch at Tractorgrease
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 4 hours ago
It's a band name that's more literal than you'd think. This collective of Vancouver musicians lays down a hootenanny, kitchen party style of music. Vocalist and guitarist Kevin Gau chatted with The Progress to break down this smorgasbord of up to... Read more
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BC Local News
Police search for missing manThe RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald
Police search for missing man
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
The RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald McLean. The Lindell Beach resident was last seen at 11:45 a.m. on Feb. 10. A family member saw him in the 1900 block of Columbia Valley Road. He is described as a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Police search for missing manThe RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald
Police search for missing man
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 5 hours ago
The RCMP is asking for the public's help to find in 83 year old Melville Donald McLean. The Lindell Beach resident was last seen at 11:45 a.m. on Feb. 10. A family member saw him in the 1900 block of Columbia Valley Road. He is described as a... Read more
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Langley Times
A frustrating Family Day game for Langley RivermenThe Langley Rivermen were unable to overcome an early scoring lead by the Chill
A frustrating Family Day game for Langley Rivermen
Langley Times / Posted 7 hours ago
The Langley Rivermen were unable to overcome an early scoring lead by the Chilliwack Chiefs Monday (Feb. 8). The Rivermen hosted the Chiefs at a special Family Day game at the Langley Events Centre. Coming into the contest, the Chiefs led the... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack fundraiser for family of sick newborn babyA fundraiser is planned Friday for the family of a three-week-old Chilliwack ba
Chilliwack fundraiser for family of sick newborn baby
BC Local News / Posted 8 hours ago
A fundraiser is planned Friday for the family of a three-week-old Chilliwack baby suffering from meningitis. The Rubio family brought home healthy baby Mason from the Chilliwack hospital on Jan. 20, but soon he had to be airlifted to BC Children's... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
Grizzlies look to halt BCHL losing skidHaving lost five straight since peeling off a seven-game win streak to start 20
Grizzlies look to halt BCHL losing skid
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted 8 hours ago
Having lost five straight since peeling off a seven-game win streak to start 2016, the Victoria Grizzlies are anxious to get back on the winning track with eight games left on their B.C. Hockey League schedule. Coming off a 4-1 loss to the Kings in... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Wave swimmers find podium in NanaimoA dozen swimmers from the White Rock Wave masters swim club helped the team to
Wave swimmers find podium in Nanaimo
Peace Arch News / Posted 9 hours ago
A dozen swimmers from the White Rock Wave masters swim club helped the team to a podium finish on Vancouver Island late last month. Competing at a meet in Nanaimo alongside 19 other teams – from as far away as Oregon, Ontario and Alberta – the Wave... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Man arrested for theft in PopkumA local area man was arrested last week after he was allegedly caught stealing
Man arrested for theft in Popkum
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 21 hours ago
A local area man was arrested last week after he was allegedly caught stealing from a work truck while the maintenance crew were only a few feet away. Thirty-eight-year-old Brody James Douglas was arrested at the scene of the Popkum convenience... Read more
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BC Local News
Man arrested for theft in PopkumA local area man was arrested last week after he was allegedly caught stealing
Man arrested for theft in Popkum
BC Local News / Posted 21 hours ago
A local area man was arrested last week after he was allegedly caught stealing from a work truck while the maintenance crew were only a few feet away. Thirty-eight-year-old Brody James Douglas was arrested at the scene of the Popkum convenience... Read more
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BC Local News
Young Chilliwack rape victim tells her story“Exhausting.” That’s how a local teenage rape victim described her feeling aft
Young Chilliwack rape victim tells her story
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
“Exhausting.” That’s how a local teenage rape victim described her feeling after dozens of court appearances over more than four years leading up to her assailant’s sentencing. “It’s just been exhausting,” K.W. said immediately outside the BC... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack real estate listings at 10-year lowDespite years of residential development in Chilliwack, supply is not keeping u
Chilliwack real estate listings at 10-year low
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Despite years of residential development in Chilliwack, supply is not keeping up with demand as real estate listings are at the lowest rate in a decade. And that scarcity of homes on the market is helping to drive up prices. With just 926 homes... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack man convicted of manslaughter handed long-term supervision orderA BC Supreme Court justice declined to hand a dangerous offender designation la
Chilliwack man convicted of manslaughter handed long-term supervision order
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
A BC Supreme Court justice declined to hand a dangerous offender designation last Thursday to a deaf man with an extensive violent criminal past, which culminated in the killing of a transgendered person in Chilliwack five years ago. Steven... Read more
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BC Local News
Fashionably funnyAn all-out assault of side-splitting comedy, exhilarating action, and outrageou
Fashionably funny
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
An all-out assault of side-splitting comedy, exhilarating action, and outrageous entertainment will hit the stage at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on Feb.19 and 20, when the award-winning Monster Theatre returns with No Tweed Too Tight. Fast,... Read more
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BC Local News
CHAMBER VOICE: And the winners are . . .The Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce celebrated the excellence of our local busin
CHAMBER VOICE: And the winners are . . .
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
The Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce celebrated the excellence of our local businesses at the 21st Annual Business Excellence Awards “Rat Pack in the Wack Gala” held at Tzeachten Hall Jan. 23. It was a packed house with 360 people in attendance. The... Read more
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BC Local News
Slide show in Chilliwack offers window on Syrian crisisIt's a way to get the broader perspective on the Syrian crisis — from someone w
Slide show in Chilliwack offers window on Syrian crisis
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
It's a way to get the broader perspective on the Syrian crisis — from someone who's actually been there. Dr. Osama Ebesh of Chilliwack is set to make a presentation on Feb. 16 at the Sardis library. He's made the trek to Jordan twice, treating... Read more
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BC Local News
Helping hands of Chilliwack needed to put up tunnel fencingThere is already a chorus of support from Chilliwack to help ensure the surviva
Helping hands of Chilliwack needed to put up tunnel fencing
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
There is already a chorus of support from Chilliwack to help ensure the survival of toads and frogs of Ryder Lake. The toad crossing tunnel on Elk View Road is proof, and the structure has already started reducing mortalities from vehicles... Read more
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BC Local News
Buyers eyeing up Chilliwack UFV north campusChange is afoot on the long-vacant University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) north
Buyers eyeing up Chilliwack UFV north campus
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Change is afoot on the long-vacant University of the Fraser Valley (UFV) north campus in Chilliwack. Money still needs to be raised and some rezoning is in order but two buyers have eyed up two different portions of the 27-acre property, one for a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Helping hands of Chilliwack needed to put up tunnel fencingThere is already a chorus of support from Chilliwack to help ensure the surviva
Helping hands of Chilliwack needed to put up tunnel fencing
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
There is already a chorus of support from Chilliwack to help ensure the survival of toads and frogs of Ryder Lake. The toad crossing tunnel on Elk View Road is proof, and the structure has already started reducing mortalities from vehicles... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Slide show in Chilliwack offers window on Syrian crisisIt's a way to get the broader perspective on the Syrian crisis — from someone w
Slide show in Chilliwack offers window on Syrian crisis
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
It's a way to get the broader perspective on the Syrian crisis — from someone who's actually been there. Dr. Osama Ebesh of Chilliwack is set to make a presentation on Feb. 16 at the Sardis library. He's made the trek to Jordan twice, treating... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Start of llfelong love of tennis for local youthIt's could be the start of a lifelong love of tennis for local Métis and Soowah
Start of llfelong love of tennis for local youth
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
It's could be the start of a lifelong love of tennis for local Métis and Soowahlie youth. The group of about a dozen kids are learning the finer points of tennis for the next five Fridays at the Chilliwack Landing Sports Centre, under the guidance... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser ValleyDogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser Valley
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
Dogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a mugshot. This is a sweeping change in municipalities from Abbotsford to Harrison Hot Springs, and most points in between. The Fraser Valley Regional Board voted... Read more
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BC Local News
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser ValleyDogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser Valley
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Dogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a mugshot. This is a sweeping change in municipalities from Abbotsford to Harrison Hot Springs, and most points in between. The Fraser Valley Regional Board voted... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser ValleyDogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a
Dangerous dogs require photo ID in Fraser Valley
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
Dogs who are deemed dangerous in the Fraser Valley will now need to pose for a mugshot. This is a sweeping change in municipalities from Abbotsford to Harrison Hot Springs, and most points in between. The Fraser Valley Regional Board voted... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Cascades sweep Heat to keep playoff dream aliveThe University of the Fraser Valley women’s hoopsters did their best collective
Cascades sweep Heat to keep playoff dream alive
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
The University of the Fraser Valley women’s hoopsters did their best collective impression of a flame emoji on Saturday evening, turning in a red-hot shooting performance in a 90-44 blowout win over the UBC Okanagan Heat in Kelowna. The Heat came... Read more
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BC Local News
UFV site could be answer to Cascade's prayersPlans are reportedly under way to turn the old UFV campus into a new residentia
UFV site could be answer to Cascade's prayers
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Plans are reportedly under way to turn the old UFV campus into a new residential neighbourhood. And a local private school is hoping the new development will be the answer to their prayers. Parents at Cascade Christian School were recently advised... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
UFV site could be answer to Cascade's prayersPlans are reportedly under way to turn the old UFV campus into a new residentia
UFV site could be answer to Cascade's prayers
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
Plans are reportedly under way to turn the old UFV campus into a new residential neighbourhood. And a local private school is hoping the new development will be the answer to their prayers. Parents at Cascade Christian School were recently advised... Read more
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BC Local News
Open house for search and rescue recruitmentIt’s recruitment time for Chilliwack Search and Rescue. The volunteer-based te
Open house for search and rescue recruitment
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
It’s recruitment time for Chilliwack Search and Rescue. The volunteer-based team is hosting an Open House on Saturday, February 27 at 10 a.m. in Chilliwack Council Chambers at City Hall. Prospective applicants will watch a presentation, meet team... Read more
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BC Local News
New firefighter training centre in the works for ChilliwackIt will make a big difference once the Chilliwack Fire Department has its own d
New firefighter training centre in the works for Chilliwack
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
It will make a big difference once the Chilliwack Fire Department has its own dedicated space for training. Construction of a new training centre should begin some time later this year on Wolfe Road, said Chilliwack Fire Chief Ian Josephson, of the... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
New firefighter training centre in the works for ChilliwackIt will make a big difference once the Chilliwack Fire Department has its own d
New firefighter training centre in the works for Chilliwack
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
It will make a big difference once the Chilliwack Fire Department has its own dedicated space for training. Construction of a new training centre should begin some time later this year on Wolfe Road, said Chilliwack Fire Chief Ian Josephson, of the... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Open house for search and rescue recruitmentIt’s recruitment time for Chilliwack Search and Rescue. The volunteer-based te
Open house for search and rescue recruitment
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
It’s recruitment time for Chilliwack Search and Rescue. The volunteer-based team is hosting an Open House on Saturday, February 27 at 10 a.m. in Chilliwack Council Chambers at City Hall. Prospective applicants will watch a presentation, meet team... Read more
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Surrey Leader
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Surrey Leader / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Abbotsford News / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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BC Local News
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Peace Arch News
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Peace Arch News / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack bidding for Royal Bank CupTourism Chilliwack is preparing a bid to host the 2018 Royal Bank Cup, the nati
Chilliwack bidding for Royal Bank Cup
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
Tourism Chilliwack is preparing a bid to host the 2018 Royal Bank Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. Scott Beare is TC’s business development coordinator and Allison Colthorp is TC’s executive director. They are putting... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chiefs put up nine in Express winA pair of one-sided weekend wins have moved the Chilliwack Chiefs a lot closer
Chiefs put up nine in Express win
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
A pair of one-sided weekend wins have moved the Chilliwack Chiefs a lot closer to clinching first place in the Mainland division standings. The Chiefs went into Coquitlam Friday night and whumped the Express 9-1. Vimal Sukumaran led the slaughter... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
TEDx makes its Chilliwack debutIdeas worth spreading. That’s what makes a TED talk, a TED talk. What many peo
TEDx makes its Chilliwack debut
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 days ago
Ideas worth spreading. That’s what makes a TED talk, a TED talk. What many people might not know is that TEDx events do the same thing, but on a smaller scale. And if you haven’t already heard the buzz, a TEDx event is coming to Chilliwack this... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Aldergrove Star / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Langley Times
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Langley Times / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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Mission City Record
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart TelethonMayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety W
Two live concerts as part of Variety Heart Telethon
Mission City Record / Posted 2 days ago
Mayors and councils of 45 B.C. communities have declared Feb. 8 to 12 Variety Week. In addition, as the Variety Show of Hearts Telethon is going live again to celebrate its 50th anniversary with two live concerts, the shows are open to anyone and... Read more
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BC Local News
LukeFest honours young musician who died in fireFor Maurice and Terry Rachwalski, the first annual LukeFest music festival is s
LukeFest honours young musician who died in fire
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
For Maurice and Terry Rachwalski, the first annual LukeFest music festival is shedding light on just how many musicians and bands are based in the capital region. Their eldest son Luke was 22 when he moved to Montreal in 2014 with his band of Gordon... Read more
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