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Brian Minter earns Order of Chilliwack
Chilliwack Council has named Brian Minter as the fourth recipient of the Order of Chilliwack medal
City hall picks winning card design
Ryan Dyck is this year’s winner of the City of Chilliwack’s annual Christmas Card Contest.
UFV announces Pacific Berry Resource Centre partnership
A “centre for excellence” is in the works at the University of the Fraser Valley.
U16 Girls Strikers dominate in Surrey
Chilliwack U16 Girls, Strikers, captured a road win as they travelled to Surrey to play the Surdel Vipers, under the lights on Sunday.
JB Blue Giants on a roll as they look to avenge loss
The JB Blue Giants won their sixth consecutive game, dominating the Langley Bears 58-14 last Saturday.
Lunachicks battle to a draw against Aldergrove
The Chilliwack Lunachicks finished their home stand this past weekend with a hard fought 0 – 0 draw with the visiting Aldergrove Battle Axes.
Bantam Blue Giants ground Abbotsford Falcons
The Chilliwack Bantam Blue Giants traveled to Abbotsford this past weekend to take on their historic rivals, the Falcons.
Local Air Cadets celebrate 70 years
The 147 Airwolf Air Cadet Squadron celebrated its 70th Anniversary in Chilliwack.
Trick or Treat? Spot the scary social media scams
social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are popular, but the Better Business Bureau (BBB) warns that users may be the target of social media scammers.
UFV nursing students offer knowledge for all ages at health fair
Whether you’re interested in old age heart health or dental care for preschoolers, an upcoming event will have information that can help you or a family member.
Raising voices for hospice
The Chilliwack Hospice Society is adding its voice to World Hospice Day, Saturday Oct. 8., with Voices for Hospice at Decades Coffee Club on Wellington Avenue.
New approaches to helping children with FASD
Where some people tend to focus on weaknesses, Dr. Chris Bertram prefers to focus on strengths. The University of the Fraser Valley kinesiologist has been working with a research team for five years, trying to find ways to help children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder live up their full potential.
Students gain video tour of UFV
The University of the Fraser Valley just made it very quick and easy — and a whole lot more entertaining — to find out almost everything you ever wanted to know about becoming a student at UFV.
Taking action for long-distance caregiving
Caring for a person with dementia from a long distance presents many challenges for Chilliwack residents.
Chilliwack museum bolsters its online photo archive
An additional 8,380 photographs are now available for viewing on the Chilliwack Museum’s website, museum director Ron Denman announced this week.
Minter to serve another three years as UFV Chancellor
Canadian gardening icon and Fraser Valley community leader Brian Minter has been reappointed to a second three-year term as Chancellor of the University of the Fraser Valley.
‘Galaxy of quilts’ warms local charities
The Chilliwack Quilters’ Guild is will host its biannual quilt show at the Chilliwack Alliance Church Gym, 8700 Young Road, Chilliwack, on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Chilliwack joins day of cultural celebration
Bring your family to the Cultural Centre on Saturday, October 1 and be prepared to engage your hands, feet, eyes, ears and sense of wonder for a full day of participatory arts activities. There will be live performances, music and classes that you can take part in, games, community art creation, and much more.
RCMP request help in locating missing person
Princeton resident, Wanda Foss missing for approximately three weeks.
UFV is filling up fast: July 20 application deadline set for open studies
UFV is nearly full, and has set a deadline of Wed, July 20, for open studies applications. Many courses and programs are already full, but there are limited spaces available.