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Abbotsford News
Abbotsford and Chillwack students collect shoes for the needydistributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key
Abbotsford and Chillwack students collect shoes for the needy
Abbotsford News / Posted 12 minutes ago
distributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key Clubs from Yale, Mouat, Bateman, Abbotsford Traditional, MEI, Rick Hansen, and Abbotsford Senior in Abbotsford and GW Graham in Chilliwack were involved in the camp... Read more
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BC Local News
Abbotsford and Chillwack students collect shoes for the needydistributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key
Abbotsford and Chillwack students collect shoes for the needy
BC Local News / Posted 14 minutes ago
distributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key Clubs from Yale, Mouat, Bateman, Abbotsford Traditional, MEI, Rick Hansen, and Abbotsford Senior in Abbotsford and GW Graham in Chilliwack were involved in the camp... Read more
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BC Local News
Ghost Ridge is no more in Maple Ridgelarger backdrops and decorations were donated to an agricultural-based non-prof
Ghost Ridge is no more in Maple Ridge
BC Local News / Posted 14 minutes ago
larger backdrops and decorations were donated to an agricultural-based non-profit operating Fantasy Farm each Halloween in Chilliwack. “It seemed fitting,” said Bates, who like the idea that the funds raised by the Halloween project in the Valley... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Abbotsford student collect shoes for the needydistributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key
Abbotsford student collect shoes for the needy
Abbotsford News / Posted an hour ago
distributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key Clubs from Yale, Mouat, Bateman, Abbotsford Traditional, MEI, Rick Hansen, and Abbotsford Senior in Abbotsford and GW Graham in Chilliwack were involved in the camp... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Abbotsford student collect shoes for the needydistributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key
Abbotsford student collect shoes for the needy
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted an hour ago
distributed over 26 million shoes around the world since 2006. High school Key Clubs from Yale, Mouat, Bateman, Abbotsford Traditional, MEI, Rick Hansen, and Abbotsford Senior in Abbotsford and GW Graham in Chilliwack were involved in the camp... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Most refugee families in Abbotsford now housedcity earlier this year are now living in their own spaces. Those housed include
Most refugee families in Abbotsford now housed
Abbotsford News / Posted 2 hours ago
city earlier this year are now living in their own spaces. Those housed include two families that have moved to Mission and Chilliwack. Of the remaining six, one is expected to move into a home in May, while three will be moving to Surrey.... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Veggie farm run by Chilliwack students for CSA this summerlearning farming techniques first hand, which is really important especially in
Veggie farm run by Chilliwack students for CSA this summer
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 2 hours ago
learning farming techniques first hand, which is really important especially in an agricultural community like Chilliwack. I also think it's really important for students to know where their food comes from and how to grow it." It's... Read more
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BC Local News
Veggie farm run by Chilliwack students for CSA this summerlearning farming techniques first hand, which is really important especially in
Veggie farm run by Chilliwack students for CSA this summer
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
learning farming techniques first hand, which is really important especially in an agricultural community like Chilliwack. I also think it's really important for students to know where their food comes from and how to grow it." It's... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack woman who told judge she turned her life around arrested for theftin 2014, who claimed to the court she had turned her life around, was arrested
Chilliwack woman who told judge she turned her life around arrested for theft
BC Local News / Posted 3 hours ago
in 2014, who claimed to the court she had turned her life around, was arrested this week after weeks on the lam. Chilliwack RCMP announced Michelle Lee Lachapelle, 37, has been taken into custody. She was wanted since April 8 on British... Read more
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BC Local News
Bears invading Chilliwack football field this weekendThere will be plenty of Bears roaming the fields in Chilliwack this weekend. F
Bears invading Chilliwack football field this weekend
BC Local News / Posted 4 hours ago
There will be plenty of Bears roaming the fields in Chilliwack this weekend. Forty-one members of the North Langley Bears football program have been selected to play in the Vancouver Community Football League's Star Bowl tomorrow (Saturday) at... Read more
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Langley Times
Bears invading Chilliwack football field this weekendThere will be plenty of Bears roaming the fields in Chilliwack this weekend. F
Bears invading Chilliwack football field this weekend
Langley Times / Posted 4 hours ago
There will be plenty of Bears roaming the fields in Chilliwack this weekend. Forty-one members of the North Langley Bears football program have been selected to play in the Vancouver Community Football League's Star Bowl tomorrow (Saturday) at... Read more
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BC Local News
Create 'Raku in the Valley' on May 28The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites everyone to become one with natur
Create 'Raku in the Valley' on May 28
BC Local News / Posted 5 hours ago
The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites everyone to become one with nature during the second edition of Raku in the Valley on May 28, 2016. This unique pottery glazing and firing event, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Thompson Regional Park... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Warriors battle for a better worldA Chilliwack mother and daughter are gearing up to race, jump, climb and crawl
Warriors battle for a better world
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 5 hours ago
A Chilliwack mother and daughter are gearing up to race, jump, climb and crawl to thank the charitable organization that's supported them over the years. Daena Van Agteren and her 14-year old daughter Rebecca will be taking part Woman2Warrior, a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Create 'Raku in the Valley' on May 28The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites everyone to become one with natur
Create 'Raku in the Valley' on May 28
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 5 hours ago
The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites everyone to become one with nature during the second edition of Raku in the Valley on May 28, 2016. This unique pottery glazing and firing event, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Thompson Regional Park... Read more
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BC Local News
Mission football players heading to all-star gamefive-team league is represented locally by the Mission Niners. The big game oc
Mission football players heading to all-star game
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
five-team league is represented locally by the Mission Niners. The big game occurs on April 30 at Exhibition Stadium on Chilliwack, with Pee Wee division players kicking off at 10 a.m., Junior Bantam at 2 p.m., and Bantam at 4 p.m. The event is... Read more
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BC Local News
Inaugural graduates of First Nations mental health programwere graduating from the Strengthening Families Together: First Nation edition
Inaugural graduates of First Nations mental health program
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
were graduating from the Strengthening Families Together: First Nation edition program held at Shxwha:y Village Hall in Chilliwack. The ten-week program is a B.C. Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) initiative that provides information, tools and... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Inaugural graduates of First Nations mental health programwere graduating from the Strengthening Families Together: First Nation edition
Inaugural graduates of First Nations mental health program
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 6 hours ago
were graduating from the Strengthening Families Together: First Nation edition program held at Shxwha:y Village Hall in Chilliwack. The ten-week program is a B.C. Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) initiative that provides information, tools and... Read more
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Mission City Record
Mission football players heading to all-star gamefive-team league is represented locally by the Mission Niners. The big game oc
Mission football players heading to all-star game
Mission City Record / Posted 6 hours ago
five-team league is represented locally by the Mission Niners. The big game occurs on April 30 at Exhibition Stadium on Chilliwack, with Pee Wee division players kicking off at 10 a.m., Junior Bantam at 2 p.m., and Bantam at 4 p.m. The event is... Read more
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BC Local News
Housing First researcher at Chilliwack health forumbetween public health and public safety will be discussed a special public foru
Housing First researcher at Chilliwack health forum
BC Local News / Posted 7 hours ago
between public health and public safety will be discussed a special public forum on mental health and addictions May 26 in Chilliwack. Chilliwack Healthier Community is getting ready for its Annual Public Forum, with this year’s theme, Mental... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
VIDEO: Chilliwack students bring pups to park for SPCAof Mt. Slesse Middle School’s ‘Do Something’ day on Apr. 27, teacher Patsy Hart
VIDEO: Chilliwack students bring pups to park for SPCA
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 7 hours ago
of Mt. Slesse Middle School’s ‘Do Something’ day on Apr. 27, teacher Patsy Hartman ran a Paws for Cause fundraiser for the Chilliwack SPCA. They collected $535 in cash donations, a large pet food donation from Oly’s Pet Connection, and a car load... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Housing First researcher at Chilliwack health forumbetween public health and public safety will be discussed a special public foru
Housing First researcher at Chilliwack health forum
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 7 hours ago
between public health and public safety will be discussed a special public forum on mental health and addictions May 26 in Chilliwack. Chilliwack Healthier Community is getting ready for its Annual Public Forum, with this year’s theme, Mental... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Is the cage-free egg trend really just a shell game?images to millions. The costs of such campaigns has been real. Companies depic
Is the cage-free egg trend really just a shell game?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
images to millions. The costs of such campaigns has been real. Companies depicted allegedly abusing animals – such as Chilliwack Cattle Sales, one of Canada’s largest dairy farms, charged last month after being featured in a 2014 Mercy For... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP bust 800-plant marijuana grow-op in YarrowChilliwack RCMP busted an 800-plant marijuana grow operation in a barn and gree
Chilliwack RCMP bust 800-plant marijuana grow-op in Yarrow
BC Local News / Posted 8 hours ago
Chilliwack RCMP busted an 800-plant marijuana grow operation in a barn and greenhouse on Boundary Road in Yarrow earlier this month. No charges have been laid and no one is in custody, but an investigation by officers of the Chilliwack Crime... Read more
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BC Local News
‘Never seen such sadness’trying to contain a mix of emotions – sadness, anger, fear and anticipation. T
‘Never seen such sadness’
BC Local News / Posted 9 hours ago
trying to contain a mix of emotions – sadness, anger, fear and anticipation. They were in the B.C. Supreme courtroom in Chilliwack, hoping for justice and perhaps some closure. Just over a year ago, their lives violently changed forever, when... Read more
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Mission City Record
‘Never seen such sadness’trying to contain a mix of emotions – sadness, anger, fear and anticipation. T
‘Never seen such sadness’
Mission City Record / Posted 9 hours ago
trying to contain a mix of emotions – sadness, anger, fear and anticipation. They were in the B.C. Supreme courtroom in Chilliwack, hoping for justice and perhaps some closure. Just over a year ago, their lives violently changed forever, when... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Column: Sad end to solid season for Chilliwack ChiefsWhile the way the Chilliwack Chiefs 2015-16 season ended, two wins short of a B
Column: Sad end to solid season for Chilliwack Chiefs
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 10 hours ago
While the way the Chilliwack Chiefs 2015-16 season ended, two wins short of a BCHL championship, was disappointing it can only be looked at as a success. For the second straight year they took home both the regular season and playoff Mainland... Read more
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BC Local News
RCMP sniff out grow op in YarrowChilliwack RCMP are continuing to investigate what they’re calling a “sophistic
RCMP sniff out grow op in Yarrow
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Chilliwack RCMP are continuing to investigate what they’re calling a “sophisticated indoor marihauna grow operation” in Yarrow. Two weeks ago police seized over 800 marihuana plants from a property in the 4400 block of Boundary Road. The Chilliwack... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Reach Gallery Museum holds three 'coffee talk' sessionsfacilitates workshops at local libraries, teaches a beginners’ genealogy class
Reach Gallery Museum holds three 'coffee talk' sessions
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
facilitates workshops at local libraries, teaches a beginners’ genealogy class at UFV and is genealogist for the Chilliwack branch of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada. On May 11, Mike and Judy Campbell will share the... Read more
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BC Local News
Reach Gallery Museum holds three 'coffee talk' sessionsfacilitates workshops at local libraries, teaches a beginners’ genealogy class
Reach Gallery Museum holds three 'coffee talk' sessions
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
facilitates workshops at local libraries, teaches a beginners’ genealogy class at UFV and is genealogist for the Chilliwack branch of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada. On May 11, Mike and Judy Campbell will share the... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
RCMP sniff out grow op in YarrowChilliwack RCMP are continuing to investigate what they’re calling a “sophistic
RCMP sniff out grow op in Yarrow
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
Chilliwack RCMP are continuing to investigate what they’re calling a “sophisticated indoor marihauna grow operation” in Yarrow. Two weeks ago police seized over 800 marihuana plants from a property in the 4400 block of Boundary Road. The Chilliwack... Read more
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BC Local News
WeeMedical appeals to Chilliwack council for business licenceWeeMedical Dispensary Society is taking another run at getting a business licen
WeeMedical appeals to Chilliwack council for business licence
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
WeeMedical Dispensary Society is taking another run at getting a business licence from the City of Chilliwack. A reconsideration hearing is set for 3 p.m. on May 3 in council chambers. Business owner May Joan Liu applied for an appeal of the... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP need help looking for missing 16-year-old Austin KarduxChilliwack RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance to locate a missing teen, A
Chilliwack RCMP need help looking for missing 16-year-old Austin Kardux
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Chilliwack RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance to locate a missing teen, Austin William Kardux, 16, of Chilliwack. Kardux was last seen on the afternoon of April 10, 2016 by a caregiver in the 46000 block of Chilliwack Central Road. Kardux is... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP concerned for missing Aboriginal womanChilliwack RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natali
Chilliwack RCMP concerned for missing Aboriginal woman
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Chilliwack RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natalie Charlie, 52, of Chilliwack. Charlie has not been heard from since speaking to a friend by telephone on April 25, 2016. She is described as an Aboriginal female... Read more
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BC Local News
Growing pains voiced at Chilliwack hearing for Webster Planin the Eastern portion of the Webster Road Area Plan. The growth being planned
Growing pains voiced at Chilliwack hearing for Webster Plan
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
in the Eastern portion of the Webster Road Area Plan. The growth being planned makes it the most concentrated area in Chilliwack for development in recent years. The public hearing held last Tuesday saw neighbours speaking about increased... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
WeeMedical appeals to Chilliwack council for business licenceWeeMedical Dispensary Society is taking another run at getting a business licen
WeeMedical appeals to Chilliwack council for business licence
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
WeeMedical Dispensary Society is taking another run at getting a business licence from the City of Chilliwack. A reconsideration hearing is set for 3 p.m. on May 3 in council chambers. Business owner May Joan Liu applied for an appeal of the... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Growing pains voiced at Chilliwack hearing for Webster Planin the Eastern portion of the Webster Road Area Plan. The growth being planned
Growing pains voiced at Chilliwack hearing for Webster Plan
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
in the Eastern portion of the Webster Road Area Plan. The growth being planned makes it the most concentrated area in Chilliwack for development in recent years. The public hearing held last Tuesday saw neighbours speaking about increased... Read more
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Mission City Record
Mission man shares his artistic giftstay unfinished. Years ago, Alfred used to watch his neighbour, Clara, make la
Mission man shares his artistic gift
Mission City Record / Posted yesterday
stay unfinished. Years ago, Alfred used to watch his neighbour, Clara, make lampshades when he lived in Slesse Park in Chilliwack. She drove around in a loud red Jeep and always wore a mini-skirt. Clara and Alfred became political protestors,... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack RCMP seek info on missing womanRCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natalie Charlie,
Chilliwack RCMP seek info on missing woman
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natalie Charlie, 52, of Chilliwack. Charlie has not been heard from since speaking to a friend by telephone on April 25. Charlie is described as: • Aboriginal female • Height 168 cm... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack RCMP seek info on missing womanRCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natalie Charlie,
Chilliwack RCMP seek info on missing woman
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance in locating Sandra Natalie Charlie, 52, of Chilliwack. Charlie has not been heard from since speaking to a friend by telephone on April 25. Charlie is described as: • Aboriginal female • Height 168 cm... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack Chiefs coach Jason Tatarnic turns attention to 2016-17 BCHL seasonIt doesn’t take long for Chilliwack Chiefs head coach Jason Tatarnic to move on
Chilliwack Chiefs coach Jason Tatarnic turns attention to 2016-17 BCHL season
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
It doesn’t take long for Chilliwack Chiefs head coach Jason Tatarnic to move on from a playoff loss. It can’t. The rest of the junior A world doesn’t stop moving, so neither can he. This is the time of year when Tatarnic puts on his general manager... Read more
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BC Local News
Soowahlie land code vote could be nail in coffin for unwanted housing developmentA local Sto:lo band’s recent land code ratification should spell the end for a
Soowahlie land code vote could be nail in coffin for unwanted housing development
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
A local Sto:lo band’s recent land code ratification should spell the end for a proposed housing project by a Chilliwack developer opposed by the vast majority of band members. At least that’s the way one Soowahlie leader sees it. Over three dates... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack among communities hoping to nab new Molson breweryChilliwack is currently home to one successful craft brewery currently getting
Chilliwack among communities hoping to nab new Molson brewery
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Chilliwack is currently home to one successful craft brewery currently getting settled in a new location, with another one set to open next month. But could the city one day be the western home of Molson Canadian? Rumours have swirled for weeks... Read more
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BC Local News
Downtown Chilliwack intersection called 'ground zero' for crimeWhen Paul and Deborah Murrin decided to invest in a building on Nowell Street i
Downtown Chilliwack intersection called 'ground zero' for crime
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
When Paul and Deborah Murrin decided to invest in a building on Nowell Street in downtown Chilliwack, they knew it was a problem area. That was in March 2005. It was a gamble, but it was an investment, not only for themselves but for the whole... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Sunflower fundraiser in Chillwack brings hope to Africafor their grandchildren orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The local chapter, a group of ‘gr
Sunflower fundraiser in Chillwack brings hope to Africa
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
for their grandchildren orphaned by HIV/AIDS. The local chapter, a group of ‘grandmothers and grand-others’ dubbed the Chilliwacky GoGos, is sponsoring the event. “It’s a very simple way to help,” said Erin Coulter, one of the event’s... Read more
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BC Local News
Kris Schulz at Tractorgrease Cafe May 5Guitarist Kris Schulz stops in Chilliwack on May 5 as he tours his debut solo a
Kris Schulz at Tractorgrease Cafe May 5
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Guitarist Kris Schulz stops in Chilliwack on May 5 as he tours his debut solo album across Canada. This Vancouver-based artist takes a virtuosic approach to composing, utilizing every aspect of the acoustic guitar to create a full-band sound with... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Opinion: The price of popularityuntil recently, allowed vehicular traffic. A gate that’s been there for years
Opinion: The price of popularity
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
until recently, allowed vehicular traffic. A gate that’s been there for years was finally closed recently as the City of Chilliwack responded to ongoing concerns about garbage, illegal camping and environmental damage. The move has sparked a... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Kris Schulz at Tractorgrease Cafe May 5Guitarist Kris Schulz stops in Chilliwack on May 5 as he tours his debut solo a
Kris Schulz at Tractorgrease Cafe May 5
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
Guitarist Kris Schulz stops in Chilliwack on May 5 as he tours his debut solo album across Canada. This Vancouver-based artist takes a virtuosic approach to composing, utilizing every aspect of the acoustic guitar to create a full-band sound with... Read more
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Aldergrove Star
Aldergrove Star Calendar of EventsSociety of B.C. fundraiser, May 1, 1 p.m. registration, walk at 2 p.m., at Land
Aldergrove Star Calendar of Events
Aldergrove Star / Posted 2 days ago
Society of B.C. fundraiser, May 1, 1 p.m. registration, walk at 2 p.m., at Landing Sports Centre, 45530 Spadina Avenue, Chilliwack. Info: www.walkforalzheimers.ca. Save on Foods Garage Sale - 13th annual benefit for BC Children’s Hospital,... Read more
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BC Local News
Out-of-town Chilliwack apartment owner where homicide occurred evicting bad tenantsThe relatively new owner of a Chilliwack building where a homicide occurred las
Out-of-town Chilliwack apartment owner where homicide occurred evicting bad tenants
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
The relatively new owner of a Chilliwack building where a homicide occurred last week said he’s doing his best to clean up the bad elements. Surrey lawyer and Vancouver resident Paul Mann told the Times he issued an eviction notice on April 11 for... Read more
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BC Local News
Rezoning in Chilliwack had special request from familyAmong the rezoning bylaws passed in Chilliwack last week, one included a specia
Rezoning in Chilliwack had special request from family
BC Local News / Posted 2 days ago
Among the rezoning bylaws passed in Chilliwack last week, one included a special request from the family of a 100-year-old Chilliwack resident. It had to do with an agricultural property that was the subject of a rezoning last Tuesday, for 44490... Read more
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