Greg Knill

B.C. VIEWS: Is your community ready for the dementia wave?

Experts warn that the number of people living with dementia could nearly double in the next decade

Winners and losers

Federal election leaves the win column fairly empty

One chapter ends, another set to begin

Looking back at a life in journalism

Chilliwack schools closed for second day; UFV to reopen at 1 p.m. today

More snow fell last night prompting Chilliwack school district to issue another snow day

Chilliwack firefighters battle industrial fire

Blaze broke out in a truck repair shop off Industrial Way

Strong winds leaving more than 6,000 Lower Mainland residents without power

Strong winds bring down trees as an arctic outflow moves in

Chilliwack trustees knew what they were in for when they ran

Feel like Chilliwack school trustees are underpaid? Do the research and make a recommendation for the next board.

Chilliwack school trustees must keep eye on what really matters

Chilliwack school district needs to build on its success improving student achievement

Chilliwack puts more boots on the ground

Proposed tax increase will help pay for additional police resources

Cultus Lake hottest place in Canada Friday

New temperature records set at several B.C. communities.

High streamflow advisory issued for Chilliwack River

Rainfall amounts expected to total nearly 65 mm in some parts of the eastern Fraser Valley

Chilliwack maps out new roadway alignments

Chilliwack issues request for expressions of interest design-build road projects

Housing Hub looks at the long term in Chilliwack

Stable funding is necessary so Chilliwack’s Housing Hub program can continue

Record rainfall drenches Chilliwack Monday

Storm total nears 88 millimetres, and more rain expected

Chilliwack students losing the space race

Nearly 1,000 Chilliwack students will be housed in portable classrooms this winter

Accidental victims

What happens when the authorities think you’re homeless and you’re not?

Chilliwack pauses to remember

Services held special significance, marking the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.

Chilliwack’s next four years

Enthusiasim was high in the recent municipal election. Let’s keep the participation going

Discord and fear: We reap what we sow

Should we really be surprised where we’re going?

Nearly 25,000 people cast ballots in Chilliwack

Turnout 10,000 votes higher than in 2014