Katie Bartel

A.D. Rundle middle school was one of several schools selected by the Construction Foundation of BC to participate in Project Shop Class

Chilliwack school seeks a shop makeover

A.D. Rundle middle school is hoping to raise funds for new shop equipment through the new initiative Project Shop Class.

A.D. Rundle middle school was one of several schools selected by the Construction Foundation of BC to participate in Project Shop Class
Amanda Sewell has to keep her three-year-old son

Measles outbreak too close to home

A Chilliwack mom fears the recent measles outbreak could harm her son's health and others without immunity.

Amanda Sewell has to keep her three-year-old son

Halq’eméylem: Giving new life to a disappearing language

A translation contest being held at Seabird Island hopes to encourage more people in Chilliwack and beyond to speak Halq'eméylem.

Chilliwack attracting family physicians

Chilliwack GP recruitment program aimed at bolstering local ranks is finding success.

Black tie and beans for Chilliwack Restorative Justice

Chilliwack Restorative Justice is holding the inaugural Blacktie Beanfest Variety Show on March 29 at Evergreen Hall.

Carter Holek

Making a difference one drawing at a time

A Chilliwack boy raises $4,000 for Canuck Place through the sale of his drawings.

Carter Holek

Fraser Health growing frustrated as measles spread

Two more confirmed measles cases in Chilliwack and alerts sent to staff at Chilliwack Lions Club Music and Dance Festival and UFV students.

Sardis secondary teacher Jenn Long has been selected by National Geographic to go on a Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship. She is one of 24 applicants

Chilliwack teacher heading to Antartica with National Geographic

Chilliwack teacher Jenn Long joins select group for expedition in Antarctica through National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions.

Sardis secondary teacher Jenn Long has been selected by National Geographic to go on a Grosvenor Teacher Fellowship. She is one of 24 applicants
Lilee-Jean Putt captured the hearts of Chilliwack throughout her battle with brain cancer. Her family has organized an Amazing Race style event in honour of the toddler who passed away last September and as a fundraiser for BC Children's Hospital.

Amazing Race for Children’s Hospital

The family of Lilee-Jean Putt has organized an Amazing Race style event in Chilliwack as a fundraiser for BC Children's Hospital.

Lilee-Jean Putt captured the hearts of Chilliwack throughout her battle with brain cancer. Her family has organized an Amazing Race style event in honour of the toddler who passed away last September and as a fundraiser for BC Children's Hospital.

Chilliwack students go global

Four students from A.D. Rundle will be participating in a Model United Nations (UN) conference in Vancouver in April.

X-Corps is a new Chilliwack community drumline made up of alumni from Sardis secondary's drumline. The group is crowdfunding through Indiegogo to help offset the costs of equipment.

Drumline alumni march to a new beat

Sardis secondary's drumline alumni are crowd sourcing funds through Indiegogo for instruments to start a new Chilliwack community drumline.

X-Corps is a new Chilliwack community drumline made up of alumni from Sardis secondary's drumline. The group is crowdfunding through Indiegogo to help offset the costs of equipment.
Pastor Rod Heppell (centre) is getting ready to head to Haiti with his team from Sardis Fellowship Church

Helping Haiti about more than money

A Chilliwack church is giving five years of service to a Haiti organization helping to improve the lives of all Haitians.

Pastor Rod Heppell (centre) is getting ready to head to Haiti with his team from Sardis Fellowship Church
Vancouver author Susin Nielsen leads a creative writing workshop at Chilliwack middle school.

Author inspires Chilliwack students

Vancouver author Susin Nielsen gave Chilliwack middle school students a lesson in book writing.

Vancouver author Susin Nielsen leads a creative writing workshop at Chilliwack middle school.

UPDATE: Chilliwack measles outbreak prompts health warning

A measles outbreak in a Chilliwack school has Fraser Health urging residents who may have been exposed to the virus not to travel

Mt Slesse middle school is raising $10

Building a new school for $20 a brick

A group of 12 Chilliwack schools have joined forces to raise funds to build a school in Kenya.

Mt Slesse middle school is raising $10

BCPSEA calls teacher strike vote premature

The government responds to BCTF's call for a strike vote

Breaking down barriers for First Nations youth

The feds are funding a “first of its kind” program touted as way to keep Chilliwack’s First Nations’ youth off income assistance.

Teachers’ union calls strike vote

After a year of negotiations, B.C. teachers will be taking a strike vote next week.

Distance education audit welcomed

Fraser Valley Distance Education is being audited by Ministry of Education at school's request

Distance learning interest still strong, says principal

Even though enrollment at FVDES has declined, principal Dave Manuel says Chilliwack school district shouldn't worry.

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