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Good things cooking at Barn Burner BBQ event this Sunday in Yarrow

Fifth annual event in Chilliwack raises funds for the Full Cupboard

  • Jul 16, 2019

Chat with a Chilliwack cop over coffee

Public invited to informal meeting with local officers at Harvest on July 23

  • Jul 16, 2019

Chilliwack Grapplers start wrestling rebirth with free summer program

The program will run Tuesdays and Fridays, starting July 19 and running through Sept. 26.

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'Old Timers' visit Agassiz for annual motocross competition
85-year-old, lifting since 1950, on track to cinch weightlifting championship
New NHL arena gets green light in Calgary
Aaron Brown edges Andre De Grasse to win Canadian 100-metre title

Search continues for missing elderly woman in Chilliwack

RCMP, Chilliwack Search and Rescue and community members combing area for Grace Baranyk

VIDEO: Elderly woman with severe dementia missing in Chilliwack

Woman now missing more than 24 hours and missing her daily medications

Pilot injured in North Langley plane crash

This is the third crash in less than a month in Langley

Green party leader, local candidate visit Harrison in riding ‘lightning tour’

Elizabeth May and husband John Kidder stopped by the Harrison Corner Cafe for a townhall Friday

UPDATE: Shots ring out in residential Lower Mainland neighbourhood

Mounties have re-opened streets in Willoughby after investigating shots fired

Drone battery causes fire in Chilliwack house

Fire department finds battery on fire on a desk in Rosedale home onWednesday

Ex-BCTF president asks judge to dismiss Chilliwack trustee’s defamation suit

Barry Neufeld is suing Glen Hansman surrounding comments Neufeld made about the SOGI program

Albino sturgeon with large nostrils reeled in from the Fraser River

Same large sturgeon was caught and tagged in same spot near Yale two years ago

Agassiz’s Centennial Park to get $90K upgrade

The changes will see new fitness equipment, trails for the park

Anti-SLAPP legislation to be tested in court by BCTF president

Onus will be on Trustee Neufeld to show defamation suit against Hansman has merit

Harrison to develop single-use plastic bylaw in advance of federal legislation

The village is also considering adding water bottle refill stations at a cost of $18K

Harrison considers using taxes to help fund medical clinic

Residents will have until mid-September to express their opposition

Agassiz Community Health Centre expands walk-in hours

The clinic is now open for walk-in appointments Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Kent looking to finally build emergency route out of Harrison

The district is asking for proposals that will look at three possible routes from the village

Playing with full-sized toys: Hope trio strong contenders in Finning Canada’s heavy equipment contest

Jim Lasser, Peter Brodie, Kirk Dougall competed in heavy equipment giant’s Global Operator’s Challenge

  • Jul 9, 2019