Community

Qwólts Park now officially open in Harrison

The new park by the flood pump incorporates Sts’ailes heritage into the community

Ducktona 5000 fundraiser set for Crescent Beach

Rubber duck race to benefit Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue Station 5

VIDEO: Sts’ailes, Harrison welcome first nation flag as permanent part of the village

The ceremony was a mark of positive relations, friendship between the first nation and the village

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Agassiz remembers missing, murdered Indigenous women at Sisters in Spirit vigil
Phyllis Webstad visits Kent Elementary for Orange Shirt Day
115th Agassiz Fall Fair and 71st Corn Festival
'No more papier mache dog:' Mac the Moose gets his bigger rack

Backpack program provides kids from Chilliwack to Boston Bar with tools to learn

We Got Your Back is a back-to-school program run by Honda and Staples for underprivileged kids

Terry Fox run returns to Agassiz

The 39th annual run will be taking place on Sunday, Sept. 15

Kent prison employees invited to anniversary gathering

The event will take place in Chilliwack on Oct. 5

Fetch your friends, family and canine pals for Paws for a Cause in Chilliwack

The annual SPCA fundraiser helps domestic, farm and wild animals right across the province

  • Aug 29, 2019

National Kids Cancer Ride makes stop in Agassiz

Cross-Canada cycling fundraiser ends in Halifax on Sept. 21

  • Aug 29, 2019

Agassiz RCMP welcomes new detachment commander

Sgt. Mike Sargent is ready to take on his new role with the Agassiz RCMP

Agassiz to paint the town red in memory of Dutch liberation

The Agassiz Legion will be selling tulips to support the 75th liberation anniversary

Therapists, children with disabilities learn from each other at Therapy Camp in Chilliwack

Fraser Valley Child Development Centre’s summer camp connects children with disabilities and therapists

Agassiz United Church to host 37th annual garage sale

The annual sale will take place on Saturday, Sept. 7

Archaeology uncovers buried Sts’ailes history

The second annual UBC field school saw students excavating a village on traditional Sts’ailes land

Kilby painting festival wraps up with award-winning art

Kilby Historic Site hosted 26 painters over the three day festival

Hope’s Wheeled Wild Women hit the road for cancer research

Group of friends ready for the 200-km bike trek that ends in Hope

PHOTOS: Paintings return to Kilby for fifth annual festival

The Plein Air Festival will be taking place at the historic site all weekend

VIDEO: Masterpieces begin to take shape at Hope’s chainsaw competition

More than a dozen chainsaw carvers, including one 14-year-old carver, taking part in four-day event

First sunflower festival in Abbotsford sprouts-off this weekend

Growth of Chilliwack and Richmond festivals served as inspiration for Maan Farm

Kids dive into history with Agassiz-Harrison Museum events

The final One Day Wonder will be held on Tuesday, Aug. 20