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A greater pool of students is now eligible to attend Chilliwack's French school, La Vérendrye, thanks to new rules.
School Board reverses earlier decision and approves 2014 start for early French immersion in Chilliwack.
Sardis Secondary students led the pack at last week's Skills Canada national competition.
Chilliwack farmers refuse access to Spectra Energy to replace a gas pipeline under their land, under threat of a forced entry order.
As a wave of declining home sales sweeps the Lower Mainland, Chilliwack has been relatively immune, keeping its housing market stable.
Rather than going home, students suspended from school head to a unique program that encourages a change in behaviour.
Fraser Valley is home to most of Canada's barn owls, but the harmless birds' survival is threatened by factors such as rat poison.
Four Chilliwack students are competing in Skills Canada nationals this week.
Chilliwack Hospice Society holds its 12th annual Hike for Hospice fundraiser Sunday, June 9 at 2 p.m. at Townsend Park.
The Chilliwack school district is in the final stages of a $3 million technology makeover.
Absentee votes couldn't shake the Liberals' wins in the Chilliwack ridings.
The Chilliwack school board has finally approved using vacant school district land for Sardis Secondary's agricultural program.
A bike shop provides C.H.A.N.C.E. Alternate students with one more reason to come to school.
For the 45th year running, Yarrow is hosting Yarrow Days to celebrate small-town living.
Local residents confront Kinder Morgan and the Fraser Valley Regional District on the pipeline twinning project.
Metro Vancouver won't waive fee to provide incinerator-related documents to Fraser Valley Regional District.
In an effort to limit activities on Vedder Mountain, a new gate now blocks access from Majuba Hill Road.
School board trustee Silvia Dyck, who previously voted against EFI, has a new plan.
The Progress sat down with MLA-elect for Chilliwack-Hope, Laurie Throness, to find out what Chilliwack can expect under his leadership.
John Martin, MLA-elect for Chilliwack, sat down with The Progress to talk healthcare, education, and the environment in Chilliwack.