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Faye Grant knows what’s important
Chilliwack's Faye Grant has always tried to live by the Golden Rule, but with a twist.
Going green with Donna Gumprich
Donna Gumprich's goal is to help people move towards a healthier lifestyle while lightening the ecological footprint on Mother Earth
Holly Johnston: Laundry Diva
Laundry Divas co-founder and mompreneur Holly Johnston decided to give the consumer options for making laundry easier and eco-friendly.
Down to business with Arnice Asquin
There is one thing that Arnice Asquin knows well and that is the ins and outs of the business world.
Rich Kramp: Hockey and more
Chilliwack's Rich Kramp has taken his love of sports and directed it to helping others
Gaining a global perspective with Michael Andress
Chilliwack's Michael Andress is a go-getter who enjoys new challenges.
Getting in tune with Leonard Camplin
Leonard Camplin is an extraordinary conductor who has performed throughout Canada, Europe, the United States and the Far East.
Ed McGrath: On the court with CATT
From the time that Ed McGrath was just ten years old, he knew exactly what he wanted to do and do it was exactly what he did.
Mike Visscher: Hands-on kinda guy
Mike Visscher was born into this reality and that has made this second generation company so successful, has had a positive influence on this young man’s life.
Karen Mason-Albert: Living the life of dance
Karen Mason-Albert was born to dance in this way and she not only perfected her ballet moves, she also excelled in many other areas of the performing arts.
Getting to know Herm Kovits
I had the pleasure of chatting with Herm Kovits the other day and although you can clearly tell that he’s a giving, intelligent, kind-hearted and very successful individual, he’s also a very virtuous man and this, above all things, makes him worth his weight in gold.
Krista Butt: Keeping creative
Getting out of my hot car, I quickly walked into Cornerstone Gallery and was met by a sweet smile, a cool and comfortable environment and calming music, something that I readily welcomed amidst my hectic schedule. I introduced myself to Krista Butt, who immediately made me feel welcome and the interview began.
Keith Ollenberger: Building homes around the world
I pulled up to the Log Homes Canada works yard, a large, expansive area on the Tzeachten Reserve, and felt right at home. My father’s entire working life in Canada had been with the forest industry so the sight of logs, the sound of a chain saw in the distance and the smell of freshly debarked lumber was familiar to me. I was warmly greeted by Keith Ollenberger and we went inside the lunch room where a beautiful cat sat, purring contentedly.
On stage with Emily Hamel
If you’ve ever heard Emily Hamel sing, you’ll agree with me that she has an outstanding voice. Her mother knew her potential from the time that she was just a young girl.
Geoff Anderson: Beyond 4-H
I met Geoff Anderson many years ago as a result of his involvement in the 4-H Dog Club. However, as with many people that I know, I didn’t know how fascinating he really was until this interview.
Pamela Law: The business of change
“The renovations should be done by the spring of 2012 and we’ll have three new tenants including Reitmans, SportChek and Winners. Toys R Us Express has also moved back. We’re excited to get this done,” said Chilliwack Mall manager, Pamela Law.
Michael Regan: Feeling at home in Chilliwack
I saw the slogan, ‘I love British accents’, on a T-shirt the other day. I found it amusing since I consider British accents rather intriguing and quite distinguished. When I sat down with Michael Regan the other day, it was delightful to sit back and listen to the manner in which he spoke.
Tracy Keen: A positive outlook by design
We all know people who are forever whining or complaining. They’re like black holes, draining the very life out of us. We can’t seem to run away fast enough. Then there are those who emit such positive energy. They’re a real power source with the ability to attract people. They’re not perfect but have such good souls and their positive outlook helps influence people in a meaningful way. I found Tracy Keen to be such a person.
Mary-Ann Clift: Riding to fight CF
Mary-Ann and her family have lived with the reality of cystic fibrosis for the last 14 years although it had an impact on her life much earlier than that. Now she's decided to take part in the annual Gear Up 4 CF Banff to Vancouver event. It’s 1,200 kilometres of determination and hope in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis
Joanne Huston: Getting it done
I’m sure that most of you have heard it said that “if…