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UBC Thunderbirds, Grindstone foundation celebrate World Girls’ Hockey Weekend

Event assists foundation, which ensures no girl is left on the sidelines due to financial barriers.

  • Oct 2, 2018

Agassiz Harrison students honour residential school survivors with Orange Shirt Day

Seabird, Sts’ailes, Kent, Harrison students come to school in orange shirts

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Lights on the Lake in Harrison Hot Springs
Fraser River Safari
Edge Walk - AESS Amazing Race Canada
Trail Pipe Band Tribute to WWI

Better late than never: time for the 96th annual Chilliwack Plowing Match

Typically held in April, the event was delayed until now due to spring weather issues

PHOTOS: United Church hosts pet blessing ceremony

Animals of all shapes and sizes were blessed at Dogwood Park

Chilliwack couple grow giant surprise in small backyard

Although they didn’t plant it, the Rosses grew a towering sunflower in their backyard garden

Agassiz’s new playground more accessible for different ages, abilities

Schep Park Playground’s ‘friendship swing’ and additional small playground improve accessibility

Harrison on track to become a winter wonderland this Christmas

Tourism Harrison focusing on holiday season with light displays, events and Christmas trees

Agassiz girl walks tall while battling rare birth defect

Joelle VanLaar, 3, doesn’t let fibular hemimelia slow her down

Guardian of B.C. war memorial to get memorial of his own

The late Dave Manson spent 10 years looking after First World War memorial without pay

Chilliwack and Yarrow libraries in need of reading buddies

The Reading Buddy program helps students in grades one to four develop a love of reading

B.C. teen with autism a talented guitarist

Farley Mifsud is gaining fans with every performance

Chilliwack firefighter seeking to reunite Rosedale VFD’s old auxiliary fire pump with antique engine

It’s been four decades, but Pat Liebault is hoping to reunite Rosedale’s auxiliary pump and engine

B.C. couple plans sustainable, zero-waste life in the Shuswap

Plan includes building a tiny house before the snow flies

Another successful year for Chilliwack’s ‘We Got Your Back’ backpack program

Sponsored by local businesses, program stocks backpacks with school supplies for students in need

New ‘meowyoral’ race featuring felines announced by Chilliwack animal shelter

Organizers hope the cat election will generate attention for both the shelter and municipal election

Good Samaritans rescue feline family from under Agassiz Rosedale bridge

A special mewment for the kittens, soon to be sent to Chilliwack Animal Safe Haven

114th year of the Agassiz Fall Fair – Video and Photos

Corn-themed fair a success with locals, visitors

Victoria artist plans to explore themes of nature and human interference during Harrison residency

Aileen Penner taking up artist in residence position at Ranger Station Art Gallery