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Childcare was a major campaign issue during the recent provincial campaign. And yet, just days after the election Chilliwack parents of preschool children are facing confusion and uncertainty.
Large crowds gathered Tuesday as crews moved the new Vedder Bridge into place in Chilliwack
At home and overseas, Chilliwack residents honour sacrifce made in epic First World War battle
Chilliwack paused to remember Sunday the sacrifices that were made 100 years ago on the muddy slopes of Vimy Ridge.
Once the cheering subsided from Canada's victory at Vimy Ridge, the reality began filtering back to Chilliwack
Reflections on changes in the newspaper business over the past three decades
Property crime, whether random or targeted, has a profound effect on people's sense of community and security.
The recent count of people in Chilliwack living on the streets shows an increase of more than 200 per cent.
Recycling was never about us. From the Second World War, to the environmental movement, it was about making the world a better place.
Fraudsters have been around for as long as people have had money. Some attempts are clumsy and obvious. But far too many find their mark.
Although welcome, additional classroom space promised for Promontory school won't relieve the overcapacity in the schools on the south side.
It would be too easy to watch what’s happening in the United States with bemused indifference. But there's more.
Although the snow and the ice have brought plenty of complaints, it has also brought examples of a shared effort to help each other out.
Our history is littered with the tragic consequence of intolerance. You'd think we would have learned by now.