Adam Louis

There were seven candidates confirmed for the federal election in Chilliwack-Hope in 2019. Clockwise from top left, incumbent Conservative Mark Strahl, Liberal Kelly Velonis, NDP Heather McQuillan, Marxist-Leninist Dorothy-Jean O’Donnell, People’s Party Rob Bogunovic, and Green Party Arthur Green. (Missing is Daniel Lamache from the Christian Heritage Party). (File)

Federal Green Party seeks Chilliwack-Hope candidates

Nominations close on March 31

There were seven candidates confirmed for the federal election in Chilliwack-Hope in 2019. Clockwise from top left, incumbent Conservative Mark Strahl, Liberal Kelly Velonis, NDP Heather McQuillan, Marxist-Leninist Dorothy-Jean O’Donnell, People’s Party Rob Bogunovic, and Green Party Arthur Green. (Missing is Daniel Lamache from the Christian Heritage Party). (File)
Chilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is hosting a virtual coffee meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Feb. 27. (Graphic/Mark Strahl)

MP Mark Strahl to host Virtual Coffee Connections event

Register via Strahl’s website

Chilliwack-Hope MP Mark Strahl is hosting a virtual coffee meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Feb. 27. (Graphic/Mark Strahl)
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Crash causes delays on Coquihalla southbound, travel advisory issued

A vehicle incident between Merrit and Hope has caused major delays heading south

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The last three wild northern spotted owls live near the Spuzzum Watershed outside of Hope. The province recently ordered a halt to logging for at least a year to give the owls a chance to survive.  (Photo/Jared Hobbs)

Logging halted in northern spotted owl habitat near Hope

Halt will last at least a year, gives time to formulate survival plan for Northern Spotted Owl

The last three wild northern spotted owls live near the Spuzzum Watershed outside of Hope. The province recently ordered a halt to logging for at least a year to give the owls a chance to survive.  (Photo/Jared Hobbs)
An undated picture of the Hope Station House. There is currently a resident-driven coalition to ask for a stay of demolition while funding sources are sought to restore the Station House to its former glory. (Photo/Save The Hope Station House)

Council unanimously moves forward with Hope Station House demolition

Heart-rending, reluctant unanimous vote passed late Monday evening

An undated picture of the Hope Station House. There is currently a resident-driven coalition to ask for a stay of demolition while funding sources are sought to restore the Station House to its former glory. (Photo/Save The Hope Station House)
Christyn Rumble spotted this bobcat near Hope. Bobcats are not an uncommon sight in the Hope area and often hunt small rodents and fish for food. (Screenshot/Christyn Rumble)

VIDEO: Bobcat treks through Hope

Bobcats are not an unusual sight for the Hope area but they’re not often documented this closely

Christyn Rumble spotted this bobcat near Hope. Bobcats are not an uncommon sight in the Hope area and often hunt small rodents and fish for food. (Screenshot/Christyn Rumble)
Highway 1’s northbound lane is closed north of Hope following a major vehicle incident. The highway is expected to re-open at 11 a.m. (Screenshot/Drive B.C.)

TRAFFIC: Crash that closed northbound Highway 1 outside Hope cleared

Roads in the area have accumulated snow this morning

Highway 1’s northbound lane is closed north of Hope following a major vehicle incident. The highway is expected to re-open at 11 a.m. (Screenshot/Drive B.C.)
“Antlers”, a horror movie filmed primarily in Hope, is set to premier Oct. 29. (Graphic/IMDB)

STORY WITH VIDEO: Hope’s most recent horror film “Antlers” premiere pushed to October 2021

Originally slated to premier last year, pushed back twice due to the pandemic

“Antlers”, a horror movie filmed primarily in Hope, is set to premier Oct. 29. (Graphic/IMDB)
B.C. Ambulance Services prepare to send a patient to Royal Columbian Hospital via air ambulance following a fatal crash on the Coquihalla Highway. More than 40 people were transported to Hope Secondary, set up a s a warming station. One person has died and three are seriously injured. (Photo/Shane MacKichan)

Icy roads, speed behind fatal 24-vehicle pileup involving charter bus, semi on Coquihalla

At least 50 people involved, five seriously injured on Wednesday, police say

B.C. Ambulance Services prepare to send a patient to Royal Columbian Hospital via air ambulance following a fatal crash on the Coquihalla Highway. More than 40 people were transported to Hope Secondary, set up a s a warming station. One person has died and three are seriously injured. (Photo/Shane MacKichan)
Iliajah Pidskalny holds up two victorious thumbs-up, finally at the end of his 1,600-kilometre journey to raise funds and awareness for mental health and drug policy reform. He passed through Hope and the Fraser Valley on the final leg of his journey at the end of January. (Photo/Iliajah Pidskalny)

Saskatchewan cyclist biking for a cause finishes journey in Vancouver

Iliajah Pidskalny passed through Hope on his way to the coast, clocking 1,600 km along the way

Iliajah Pidskalny holds up two victorious thumbs-up, finally at the end of his 1,600-kilometre journey to raise funds and awareness for mental health and drug policy reform. He passed through Hope and the Fraser Valley on the final leg of his journey at the end of January. (Photo/Iliajah Pidskalny)
The first phase of the worker camp on Shxw’Ow’Hamel FIrst Nation land is complete. At peak construction, the camp would house 350 workers and it can be converted into a housing development when pipeline construction is over. (Photo/Shxw’Ow’Hamel Ventures)

Phase 1 of Trans Mountain camp community near Hope complete

The self-sufficient camp would eventually host up to 350 pipeline workers

The first phase of the worker camp on Shxw’Ow’Hamel FIrst Nation land is complete. At peak construction, the camp would house 350 workers and it can be converted into a housing development when pipeline construction is over. (Photo/Shxw’Ow’Hamel Ventures)
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‘Last Stand’ : Renewed online effort urges grassroots support to stay demolition for Hope Station House

New website hopes to drum up more grassroots support to stay demolition for landmark building

(Photo/Gerda Borden)
(Screenshot/Jackie Duggan)

VIDEO: Search and Rescue conduct helicopter training

Valley Helicopter assists in the training excercise

(Screenshot/Jackie Duggan)
Hope Search and Rescue aided in finding a skier near the Coquihalla summit on Monday night. (Contributed)

Skier uninjured following late-night rescue outside Hope

Hope, Chilliwack and Central Fraser Valley SAR dispatched

Hope Search and Rescue aided in finding a skier near the Coquihalla summit on Monday night. (Contributed)
Iliajah Pidskalny has been riding from Saskatchewan to Vancouver to raise awareness and funds for change in drug policies and mental health help. Having passed through Hope this week, He is pictured here outside of Agassiz on Wednesday and expects to complete his journey to Vancouver on Friday. (Contributed Photo/Iliajah Pidskalny)

Stop the Harm: Saskatchewan cyclist riding for a cause passes through Fraser Valley

Iliajah Pidskalny rides to raise awareness, funds for Canadian drug policy change

Iliajah Pidskalny has been riding from Saskatchewan to Vancouver to raise awareness and funds for change in drug policies and mental health help. Having passed through Hope this week, He is pictured here outside of Agassiz on Wednesday and expects to complete his journey to Vancouver on Friday. (Contributed Photo/Iliajah Pidskalny)
(Photo/Gerda Borden)

‘A call to action’: New website calls for grassroots support to stay demolition for Hope Station House

New website hopes to drum up more grassroots support to stay demolition for landmark building

(Photo/Gerda Borden)
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Fraser Valley man killed in single-vehicle crash west of Hope

RCMP, B.C. Coroner’s Service investigating

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Locals laid flowers down at the foot of the big bear carving at Memorial Park, paying tribute to the late chainsaw carving legend Pete Ryan (Photo/Adam Louis)
Locals laid flowers down at the foot of the big bear carving at Memorial Park, paying tribute to the late chainsaw carving legend Pete Ryan (Photo/Adam Louis)
From Jan. 10 to Jan. 16, there has been a significant spike in COVID cases in Hope, according to the BCCDC. (Graphic/BCCDC)
From Jan. 10 to Jan. 16, there has been a significant spike in COVID cases in Hope, according to the BCCDC. (Graphic/BCCDC)
Garry Blanchard of Hope won $77,000 correctly guessing the outcomes of all 13 games of NFL week 17. (Photo/BCLC)

Hope resident rakes in $77,000 in NFL Week 17 bet

Garry Blanchard won the record-breaking prize correctly guessing every outcome that week

Garry Blanchard of Hope won $77,000 correctly guessing the outcomes of all 13 games of NFL week 17. (Photo/BCLC)