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To celebrate CMS's 100th anniversary, the school invites residents to trek through the ages Tuesday night in a carefully staged open house.
The University of the Fraser Valley is offering a certificate on indigenous maps, films, rights and land claims starting next month.
Chair of the Chilliwack board of education, Louise Piper, has resigned due to medical reasons.
Were it up to local grade school students, the Green Party and NDP would have won in Chilliwack ridings.
The Chilliwack school board rejected an early French immersion program at Tuesday’s board meeting in a close 3–2 vote, with one abstaining.
If approved, the program would add $1 million in additional operating costs to a school district facing a $200,000 deficit this year.
This past April was another strong home sales month, according to the Chilliwack and District Real Estate Board.
Some Vedder Middle School students have spent the last year learning outside as part of the inaugural Outdoor Education Academy.
Advance voting is up 25 per cent in Chilliwack, and 64 per cent in Chilliwack-Hope, as compared to voting in the 2009 election.
Local candidates present platforms in kid-friendly formats at Chilliwack Elementary.
Advocacy organization The WaterWealth Project has released a report card of Chilliwack and Chilliwack-Hope candidates in this election.
The Chilliwack Plowing Match is being held this year on May 11 in Abbotsford, same time and place as the Canadian Plowing Championship.
Fourteen Mt.Slesse students are heading to Kenya to volunteer during spring break 2014.
Introducing NDP candidate for Chilliwack, Patti MacAhonic
Introducing B.C. Excalibur Party candidate for Chilliwack, Michael Halliday
As the election race gets tighter and tighter, every vote counts in Chilliwack.
As the Fraser Valley struggles to develop public mass transit, the Progress asked candidates how they would tackle this issue.
Don't know who to vote for? What candidates believe? Or where to vote? Check out this guide.
A team from East Chilliwack Elementary School is heading to Tennessee for the global finals of Destination Imagination's Challenge program.
With the economy on everyone's mind, The Progress asked candidates how they would stimulate economic growth in Chilliwack.