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The Ts'elxweyeqw Tribe has adopted the task of evaluating sometimes controversial run-of-river projects in the Chilliwack River Valley.
Residents moving to the Chilliwack River Valley are increasingly having their peaceful retreats disrupted by nearby all-terrain vehicles.
Chilliwack residents continue to unearth forgotten heating oil tanks from their yards, sometimes to great expense.
An aggressive cougar that terrorized hikers on Teapot Hill Wednesday morning has been found and killed.
Chilliwack's farm country welcomed 600 cyclists on Sunday to tour facilities and sample tasty treats.
Audit finds that Tamihi Logging and government should have better consulted with Post Creek residents on planned harvesting in Chilliwack.
Final in a series on living with mental illness in Chilliwack, a man struggles to come to terms with his diagnosis.
The FVRD will not consult with Metro Vancouver on waste-to-energy until FVRD obtains a seat on the WTE third party expert panel
Two FVRD directors have been subjected to an audit after they claimed a total of $42,578 for 2011 travel expenses, without receipts.
The city of Chilliwack is closely monitoring longboarding after serious collisions have occurred in other municipalities.
One Chilliwack mom relies on a Facebook group to connect her with moms willing to donate breast milk for her baby daughter.
Third in a series, social stigma against mental illness continues to hamper people who are trying to recover in Chilliwack.
Ahead of a public consultation this weekend, a flyover video shows where the existing Transmountain line passes through Chilliwack.
The Groundswell cohousing community at Yarrow's Ecovillage has started its next construction phase, doubling the number of family units.
The Chilliwack school district is trying a bold new approach to summer school with its "summit course" program.
Second in a series, local opinions are split on whether people with mental illnesses should seek jobs.
Rosedale family The Flemings have rallied together in support of their son, Ethan, who was recently diagnosed with bone cancer.
Organizers behind Sardis Park's Eco Market are creating a second market at Cultus Lake on Friday nights.
Although not yet meeting historic highs, Chilliwack home sales are on a clear upward trend.
People relocating to the city for work has pushed up Chilliwack's population once again, according to the latest statistics.