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No mountain too high for Chilliwack man

After lengthy cancer treatment, Jayden Lee explored the wilds of Gaspé National Park

Sticks and stones may break your bones and an unhappy time at Coquihalla River Park

Hope Mountain Centre calls out for volunteers for annual park clean-up party

Teen racing to raise autism awareness stops by Lower Mainland schools

Ontario’s Austin and Jason Riley stopped by West Langley Elementary School on April 1.

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Agassiz, Harrison celebrate National Pet Day
Harrison artist explains new Canadian card game
Harrison Hot Springs students bring Twelfth Night to life
Agassiz-Harrison Museum hosts first-ever Heritage Speaker Night

Chilliwack Tulip Festival begins with hyacinths and daffodils

Annual festival draws in tens of thousands of visitors, keen to enjoy floral displays

Seabird Island author wins $50K literature award

Terese Mailhot’s memoir ‘Heart Berries’ has recieved international acclaim since its publication

TEDxChilliwack readies for April 13 main event

Topics include reconciliation, healthcare, homelessness, ag tech and more

Maple Ridge student raising money for cats through school project

All money raised will be going to Katie’s Place in Maple Ridge

Popular plowing match returns to Chilliwack for 97th year

Draft horses, a mayors’ competition and antique tractors all make annual event a big draw

Software system earns duo top award at Chilliwack Hackathon

Winners awarded cash and work space to bring idea to reality following startup event

Aboriginal Genealogy Society aims to nurture closeness, history at Agassiz event

The society will be holding a cultural circle at St. Anthony’s on Thursday, April 4

Ice climbers scale Canada’s tallest waterfall on Vancouver Island

Ice climbers Chris Jensen, Will Gadd and Peter Hoang made history

Fraser-Cascade School Board votes to invest in protecting the future of its students’ hearing

Decibel monitors to be installed in secondary schools’ machine shops as a visual guide

Kent-Harrison Foundation celebrates 25 years

The foundation started in 1994 on the promise of a two-for-one donation deal

Chilliwack churns out new generation of wildfire fighters

School district partners with B.C. Wildfire Service to prep Grade 12s for careers

Bucket-list flight for Chilliwack grandmother

Hampton House resident treated to a beautiful plane ride in Moments that Matter

UFV introduces first mindfulness graduate program in Canada

Most of the University of the Fraser Valley program is offered online

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Harrison retiree leaves legacy of ‘non-stop ideas’

Ruth Altendorf is remembered as a ‘“bubbly, enthusiastic, outgoing person’

Deadline extended through April to nominate top B.C. educators

Second year of Premier John Horgan’s awards offers $3,000 bursary

Father thanks B.C. Mountie for shooting hoops with kids, ‘changing perspectives’

‘We’re just like everyone else,’ says Surrey officer who stopped to play basketball with kids

Celebrate Transit Driver Appreciation Day with BC Transit on Mar. 18

Say a little ‘thank you’ to the people who help you get where you need to be safely, like Sherry Lane