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New medical pot rules could be boon for greenhouses: councillor
Chilliwack city reps have been lobbying hard for Health Canada to make changes to the way medical marijuana is produced. New rules may be coming soon.
Young performers on UFV stage all weekend
Check out the diversity of talent on tap.
Chilliwack School of Performing Arts is ready to present its 2011 Spring Theatre Festival.
Fishing licence not needed for this derby
It’s known unofficially as the Cultus Pikeminnow Derby and last year more than 1,000 people showed up to vie for the specially tagged fish.
Mayor myth-busting on flood tour
Some members of city council toured the flooded zones of Chilliwack on Tuesday to get an up-close look at the 2011 freshet impacts.
Medical grow op hid guns, drugs and cash
A multiple police agency raid executed June 3 on a Cultus Lake Road property yielded almost 450 pot plants, according to RCMP. But the medical marijuana licences held by the residents were for a maximum of 74 plants.
Chilliwack a favourite for burger ad shoots
Get ready for the return of the Spicy Mama Burger.
When the burger campaign eventually comes back, it will be preceded by a zesty new commercial shot in Chilliwack last week.
Flooded farmers count losses
Property owners and farmers hit by freshet flooding were hoping for reassurance at the town hall meeting hosted by City of Chilliwack last week.
‘Glee Camp’ comes to the old Arts Centre
Mel Nieva is convinced that musical performance is all about confidence and…
Flood Watch: Residents’ safety is the priority: city
City officials will “work hard” to assist residents living outside the dike, who may be affected by freshet flooding, pledged Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz.
Setting rules for Chilliwack’s community garden
The physical layout of a new community garden in Chilliwack will be mapped out at a meeting on Thursday, June 9 at the site on Wells Road.
Ag society unveils new fair logo
Get ready to name that pig.The logo of the Chilliwack Fair has…
BIA pulls plug on downtown parade
Council has asked city staff to see if there is any interest among groups or individuals in assuming the responsibility of parade coordination.
A celebration of Mozart at Chilliwack Alliance
The Fraser Valley Philharmonic Society is ready to present a 2011 Mostly Mozart celebration on Saturday June 11 at the Chilliwack Alliance Church.
Three trombones to wow crowds
The second concert by Chilliwack Metropolitan Orchestra in its Principal Soloist Series on June 4 has the spotlight on both the flute, and the trombone section.
Lyrical treats at CSO spring concert
There are all kinds of delightful musical treats in store at the spring concert of the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra on May 28 at the Chilliwack Alliance.
Misty Hill Automaton! a cutting-edge cavort
Imagine a theatrical mash-up of sci-fi B-movies from the 1950s, and a…
Chilliwack Cultural Centre beats expectations
They're being optimistic, but still a tad cautious in making future projections about the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
Ticket sales were actually a "little better" than expected in the first eight months of operation, said Dave Stephen, president of the Chilliwack Arts and Cultural Centre.
Archives will be ready by the end of summer
Connecting the community with its storied past — one piece at a time — has always been what the Chilliwack Museum and Archives is all about.
Never underestimate the impact of stress
It’s just two small glands located on top of the kidneys that control everything from sleep to hormones.
The adrenals may even be the cause of the growing number of chronic fatigue cases being reported.
Community garden set to take root
It’s just a non-descript plot of land in Sardis right now.
But a thriving community garden for Chilliwack will soon be plowed beside the Mathieson Centre on Wells Road.