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Stó:lō Nation prepares to host its 26th annual Children’s Festival

Stó:lō Nation prepares to host its 26th annual Children’s Festival

Titled Battle for the House Cup, this year’s event adorns a Harry Potter theme

Stó:lō Nation prepares to host its 26th annual Children’s Festival
B.C. anti-child sex trafficking advocate, Cathy Peters, visited Chilliwack to motivate the community to help put an end to what she’s calling “The new pandemic: Child sex trafficking in B.C. and how we can stop it.” (Sarah Gawdin/The Progress)

Chilliwack’s children at risk for sex trafficking says B.C. anti-trafficking advocate

Cathy Peters wants Chilliwack to be a positive example for the province

B.C. anti-child sex trafficking advocate, Cathy Peters, visited Chilliwack to motivate the community to help put an end to what she’s calling “The new pandemic: Child sex trafficking in B.C. and how we can stop it.” (Sarah Gawdin/The Progress)
Chilliwack student turns school work into business

Chilliwack student turns school work into business

Dylan Murdy has turned his grade 12 entrepreneurship project into an actual business

Chilliwack student turns school work into business
It may be ‘lights, camera, action!’ for talented Chilliwack doctor

It may be ‘lights, camera, action!’ for talented Chilliwack doctor

Rob Forde is waiting to hear if he’ll become The Basement Doctor in his own reality show

It may be ‘lights, camera, action!’ for talented Chilliwack doctor
Chilliwack Players Guild to host auditions for upcoming performance

Chilliwack Players Guild to host auditions for upcoming performance

The decades-old Guild is producing Murder on the Nile this season

Chilliwack Players Guild to host auditions for upcoming performance
SimPhoney Improv hosts an evening of giggles with their Fools Out For Summer show

SimPhoney Improv hosts an evening of giggles with their Fools Out For Summer show

Fools Out For Summer will be at the Cowork Chilliwack Theatre on June 23

SimPhoney Improv hosts an evening of giggles with their Fools Out For Summer show
MLA Laurie Throness speaks to placement of high-risk sex offender in Chilliwack neighbourhood

MLA Laurie Throness speaks to placement of high-risk sex offender in Chilliwack neighbourhood

“His place of residence is difficult to defend,” says Laurie Throness

MLA Laurie Throness speaks to placement of high-risk sex offender in Chilliwack neighbourhood
VIDEO: Dozens rally outside presumed B.C. home of repeat sex offender

VIDEO: Dozens rally outside presumed B.C. home of repeat sex offender

James Conway moved to Chilliwack in 2017, but neighbours say they recently learned of his address

VIDEO: Dozens rally outside presumed B.C. home of repeat sex offender
Christian transgender documentary to be screened at Chilliwack Cultural Centre

Christian transgender documentary to be screened at Chilliwack Cultural Centre

Belonging in the Body: Transgender Journeys of Faith was created by Generous Ministries

Christian transgender documentary to be screened at Chilliwack Cultural Centre
Life-long friends from Chilliwack write and illustrate a light children’s book full of dark materials
Life-long friends from Chilliwack write and illustrate a light children’s book full of dark materials
Let your creativity grow this summer with art classes at The Chilliwack Cultural Centre.

Get wired this summer with art classes at the Centre

Let your creativity take over during the Cultural Centre’s summer jewellery-making classes

Let your creativity grow this summer with art classes at The Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
B.C.’s Search and Rescue teams employ a variety of methods to rescue people, including a longline: a rope suspended from the bottom of a helicopter. (Contributed)

Wrong turn leaves B.C. man stranded in provincial park for almost two days

B.C.’s search and rescue teams are responsible for saving hundreds of lives every year

B.C.’s Search and Rescue teams employ a variety of methods to rescue people, including a longline: a rope suspended from the bottom of a helicopter. (Contributed)
Fraser Valley Comedy ends its year on a funny note

Fraser Valley Comedy ends its year on a funny note

Jest Ladies will be FVC’s last show until next season

Fraser Valley Comedy ends its year on a funny note
Locals fuming over cost of Chilliwack gas

Locals fuming over cost of Chilliwack gas

According to a popular comparison site, Chilliwack’s paying more than its neighbours to fuel up

Locals fuming over cost of Chilliwack gas
Fun at the YMCA on hold until January 2019

Fun at the YMCA on hold until January 2019

Construction delays have postponed the recreation centre’s re-opening

Fun at the YMCA on hold until January 2019
Provincial youth cycling program to host bike expo in Chilliwack

Provincial youth cycling program to host bike expo in Chilliwack

Learn how to safely ride your bike with iRide BC on June 10

Provincial youth cycling program to host bike expo in Chilliwack
Steve Kozak makes his Upstairs Lounge debut just in time for Father’s Day

Steve Kozak makes his Upstairs Lounge debut just in time for Father’s Day

The event is taking place on Friday, June 15, at Bozzini’s intimate Upstairs Lounge

Steve Kozak makes his Upstairs Lounge debut just in time for Father’s Day
(Photo by Travis Chomlack)

Chilliwack’s The Book Man to host a first-of-its-kind Local Author Festival

The local bookstore is inviting more than a dozen local authors to a group reading for the public

(Photo by Travis Chomlack)
Chilliwack Youth Orchestra hopes to get just deserts during season finale concert

Chilliwack Youth Orchestra hopes to get just deserts during season finale concert

The CYO is hosting a concert and silent dessert auction to raise funds for its musical endeavors

Chilliwack Youth Orchestra hopes to get just deserts during season finale concert
Students from Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham school take gold in the 46th annual MusicFest competition

Students from Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham school take gold in the 46th annual MusicFest competition

The students were welcomed to the invitation-only national event after winning gold locally

Students from Chilliwack’s G.W. Graham school take gold in the 46th annual MusicFest competition