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BC Local News
Korea war vets honoured in ChilliwackChilliwack veterans of the Korean war received an “eyes right” march-past on Su
Korea war vets honoured in Chilliwack
BC Local News / Posted 11 hours ago
Chilliwack veterans of the Korean war received an “eyes right” march-past on Sunday, in an event commemorating the start of the conflict 66 years ago. More than 29,000 Canadians served in the war; 512 were killed. Former combat engineer Bob... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Korea war vets honoured in ChilliwackChilliwack veterans of the Korean war received an “eyes right” march-past on Su
Korea war vets honoured in Chilliwack
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 11 hours ago
Chilliwack veterans of the Korean war received an “eyes right” march-past on Sunday, in an event commemorating the start of the conflict 66 years ago. More than 29,000 Canadians served in the war; 512 were killed. Former combat engineer Bob... Read more
13h
BC Local News
Enhanced bus service in Chilliwack for Canada DayChilliwack Transit is stepping up to help residents celebrate Canada Day safely
Enhanced bus service in Chilliwack for Canada Day
BC Local News / Posted 13 hours ago
Chilliwack Transit is stepping up to help residents celebrate Canada Day safely, with additional runs on July 1 on the 2 Evans bus route, taking people to and from the festivities at Townsend Park and the Exhibition Field Green Space. Bus rides will... Read more
14h
BC Local News
Road Safety Day in Chilliwack featured tonnes of funIt was an event reminding Chilliwack drivers they need to be "in the moment" wh
Road Safety Day in Chilliwack featured tonnes of fun
BC Local News / Posted 14 hours ago
It was an event reminding Chilliwack drivers they need to be "in the moment" when behind the wheel. The fourth annual Road Safety Day from Safer City Chilliwack in Cottonwood Mall parking lot was waving a red flag to get the public's attention in a... Read more
14h
The Chilliwack Progress
Road Safety Day in Chilliwack featured tonnes of funIt was an event reminding Chilliwack drivers they need to be "in the moment" wh
Road Safety Day in Chilliwack featured tonnes of fun
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 14 hours ago
It was an event reminding Chilliwack drivers they need to be "in the moment" when behind the wheel. The fourth annual Road Safety Day from Safer City Chilliwack in Cottonwood Mall parking lot was waving a red flag to get the public's attention in a... Read more
15h
Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Chilliwack-Hope MP to host crime prevention open houseChilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is inviting the community to come out to a Chill
Chilliwack-Hope MP to host crime prevention open house
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 15 hours ago
Chilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is inviting the community to come out to a Chilliwack Crime Prevention and Public Safety Open House next July 7. "During discussions with local student Alayna Weiss, downtown business owners and other concerned... Read more
15h
BC Local News
Chilliwack-Hope MP to host crime prevention open houseChilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is inviting the community to come out to a Chill
Chilliwack-Hope MP to host crime prevention open house
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
Chilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is inviting the community to come out to a Chilliwack Crime Prevention and Public Safety Open House next July 7. "During discussions with local student Alayna Weiss, downtown business owners and other concerned... Read more
16h
BC Local News
MOTOCROSS: Family feel for Tuesday-night racing at Stetson Bowl in Cloverdalethe tent they’d put up a few hours earlier. “My wife got us involved,” said Wi
MOTOCROSS: Family feel for Tuesday-night racing at Stetson Bowl in Cloverdale
BC Local News / Posted 16 hours ago
the tent they’d put up a few hours earlier. “My wife got us involved,” said Williamson. “She took Cody to a race in Chilliwack and asked if it was something he’d like to do. He came home excited, so we got him a bike he never rode before,... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Hairbrained scheme plays fast and loosethrough high school and university, earning many accolades as she refined a pro
Hairbrained scheme plays fast and loose
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 16 hours ago
through high school and university, earning many accolades as she refined a professional career as a musician. She left Chilliwack in 2006 to take the music scene by storm. Most recently, she spent nearly seven years in Montreal-based... Read more
17h
BC Local News
Night Market starting in DT Chilliwack SaturdaysA new night market starting in downtown Chilliwack will feature authentic stree
Night Market starting in DT Chilliwack Saturdays
BC Local News / Posted 17 hours ago
A new night market starting in downtown Chilliwack will feature authentic street food, artisan items and fresh produce. The Chilliwack Night Market will be serving up the sizzle on July 2, from a fenced-in section of the old Empress parking lot, in... Read more
17h
The Chilliwack Progress
Night Market starting in DT Chilliwack SaturdaysA new night market starting in downtown Chilliwack will feature authentic stree
Night Market starting in DT Chilliwack Saturdays
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 17 hours ago
A new night market starting in downtown Chilliwack will feature authentic street food, artisan items and fresh produce. The Chilliwack Night Market will be serving up the sizzle on July 2, from a fenced-in section of the old Empress parking lot, in... Read more
18h
BC Local News
Yes We Mystic brings intensity to Tractorgreasethen took it overseas to Germany, hit up Eastern Canada and will soon be reachi
Yes We Mystic brings intensity to Tractorgrease
BC Local News / Posted 18 hours ago
then took it overseas to Germany, hit up Eastern Canada and will soon be reaching the West Coast. Yes We Mystic is in Chilliwack at the Tractorgrease Cafe on Thursday, June 30. Friends since children, Fuhr and Keegan Steele... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Province-wide theatre festival in Chilliwack this JulyExperience the spectacle of the annual Mainstage festival, hosted in Chilliwack
Province-wide theatre festival in Chilliwack this July
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 18 hours ago
Experience the spectacle of the annual Mainstage festival, hosted in Chilliwack from July 2 to July 9 at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. Showcasing the best in British Columbia community theatre, Mainstage celebrates the wealth of our province’s... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Yes We Mystic brings intensity to Tractorgreasethen took it overseas to Germany, hit up Eastern Canada and will soon be reachi
Yes We Mystic brings intensity to Tractorgrease
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted 18 hours ago
then took it overseas to Germany, hit up Eastern Canada and will soon be reaching the West Coast. Yes We Mystic is in Chilliwack at the Tractorgrease Cafe on Thursday, June 30. Friends since children, Fuhr and Keegan Steele... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwackpolice on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of w
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwack
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
police on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of wreckage and at least one person injured. Chilliwack RCMP had received a report of a vehicle speeding eastbound on Highway 1, driving erratically. The vehicle was... Read more
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Abbotsford News
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwackpolice on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of w
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwack
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
police on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of wreckage and at least one person injured. Chilliwack RCMP had received a report of a vehicle speeding eastbound on Highway 1, driving erratically. The vehicle was... Read more
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BC Local News
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwackpolice on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of w
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwack
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
police on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of wreckage and at least one person injured. Chilliwack RCMP had received a report of a vehicle speeding eastbound on Highway 1, driving erratically. The vehicle was... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwackpolice on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of w
One in custody after wild race through Chilliwack
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
police on a wild chase through the eastern Fraser valley that left a trail of wreckage and at least one person injured. Chilliwack RCMP had received a report of a vehicle speeding eastbound on Highway 1, driving erratically. The vehicle was... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack census return rate 'lower than national average'It's not too late to complete the census. It turns out Chilliwack is one of th
Chilliwack census return rate 'lower than national average'
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
It's not too late to complete the census. It turns out Chilliwack is one of the Canadian communities whose return rate is "below the national average," said Kwong Wong, assistant director for 2016 census of population for B.C./Yukon. "We have many... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack census return rate 'lower than national average'It's not too late to complete the census. It turns out Chilliwack is one of th
Chilliwack census return rate 'lower than national average'
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
It's not too late to complete the census. It turns out Chilliwack is one of the Canadian communities whose return rate is "below the national average," said Kwong Wong, assistant director for 2016 census of population for B.C./Yukon. "We have many... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Detroit Red Wings make Chief Cholowski NHL pickFrederick, and his cousin, Christian Laughland. Jason Tatarnic, Cholowski’s he
Detroit Red Wings make Chief Cholowski NHL pick
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
Frederick, and his cousin, Christian Laughland. Jason Tatarnic, Cholowski’s head coach with the B.C. Hockey League’s Chilliwack Chiefs the past two seasons, was also in attendance. At the NHL Combine earlier this month, 29 of the 30 NHL... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
Five rodeos to feature premier matchupson Kiss ‘n Kate, Preston Kafka (Goodwill, OK.) on Patches, Ricky Warren (Hudson
Five rodeos to feature premier matchups
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted yesterday
on Kiss ‘n Kate, Preston Kafka (Goodwill, OK.) on Patches, Ricky Warren (Hudson’s Hope) Broken Nose and Kaila Mussell (Chilliwack, B.C.) should all put on a good performance. “Kaila’s a lady whose ridden broncs for quite a while and this will... Read more
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BC Local News
Crash rate up where speed limit raised on Highway 1 through Chilliwackthe provincial government's experiment with increased speed limits on provincia
Crash rate up where speed limit raised on Highway 1 through Chilliwack
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
the provincial government's experiment with increased speed limits on provincial highways found the crash rate through the Chilliwack is on the rise. The stretch from Whatcom Road to Hope is one of seven sections out of 33 in the province where... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC CupHockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC Cup
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
Hockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. The RBC Cup is an annual competition played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior... Read more
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Abbotsford News
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC CupHockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC Cup
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
Hockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. The RBC Cup is an annual competition played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior... Read more
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BC Local News
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC CupHockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC Cup
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
Hockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. The RBC Cup is an annual competition played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior... Read more
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Mission City Record
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC CupHockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC Cup
Mission City Record / Posted yesterday
Hockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. The RBC Cup is an annual competition played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior... Read more
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Fernie Free Press
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Fernie Free Press / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Lake Country Calendar / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Rossland News
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Rossland News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Maple Ridge News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Maple Ridge News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Revelstoke Review
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Revelstoke Review / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Kootenay Advertiser
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Kootenay Advertiser / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Kelowna Capital News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Vernon Morning Star / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Surrey Leader
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Surrey Leader / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Alberni Valley News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Abbotsford News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Abbotsford News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Comox Valley Record
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Comox Valley Record / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Castlegar News
Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
Heavy weather events aren’t new
Castlegar News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Campbell River Mirror / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Williams Lake Tribune
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Williams Lake Tribune / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC CupHockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC
Chilliwack selected to host 2018 RBC Cup
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
Hockey Canada confirmed Tuesday morning that Chilliwack will host the 2018 RBC Cup, the national championship tournament for junior A hockey. The RBC Cup is an annual competition played under the supervision of Hockey Canada and the Canadian Junior... Read more
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Peace Arch News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Peace Arch News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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The Chilliwack Progress
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
The Chilliwack Progress / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Oak Bay News
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Oak Bay News / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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Goldstream News Gazette
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t newimmediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province
BC VIEWS: Heavy weather events aren’t new
Goldstream News Gazette / Posted yesterday
immediate aftermath of the 2011 storm, which had affected most of the province to some degree. The divided highway east of Chilliwack had just re-opened after a mudslide poured across it, trapping one vehicle whose passengers escaped unharmed. I... Read more
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