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Billie Brittany Bell, 16, was killed after she lost control of her snowmobile Dec. 30 and crashed into a tree.
'Let's have a grown-up conversation,' says co-author of book calling for a plan to end controversy over gravel mining in the Fraser River
Gwen O’Mahony scored an upset victory for the NDP by taking the Chilliwack-Hope riding away from the BC Liberals in an April byelection.
Kinder Morgan’s plan to twin the Trans Mountain pipeline surfaced in March sparking immediate fears about an oil spill
Chilliwack’s political landscape underwent a seismic shift with the resignations of BC Liberal MLAs John Les and Barry Penner.
Chilliwack RCMP dive into a freezing cold ditch to rescue a trapped driver
Ernie Crey, early advocate for an inquiry into B.C.’s missing women, praised the appointment of Steven Point.
Doubts cast by Metro Vancouver about incineration testing protocols has raised further concerns at the FVRD about hazardous waste disposal.
Upgrades to the city's east dike will increase flood protection for more than 40,000 people living in the floodplain.
Chilliwack school trustees continued to wrangle over policy matters at the Tuesday board meeting.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper names Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Mark Strahl, elected just over a year ago, to chair BC/Yukon caucus.
Chilliwack-Hope MLA Gwen O’Mahony blames shortage on the BC Liberals. But president of the BC Construction Association, disagrees.
A “huge groundswell of opposition” is forming against Metro Vancouver’s proposed incineration plans, says Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz.
Price expected to top $1.4 million for all four wings at the aging structure near Chilliwack General Hospital.
Families of missing women call for 'in-person delivery' of report by the Missing Women Commission of Inquiry.
Four “unique” Chilliwackians were presented with the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal Monday night by Chilliwack MLA John Les.
But the 'arms-length' delivery by the B.C. government is called 'an insult' by the brother of one of the missing women.
Incinerator-based waste disposal has raised the ire of independent contractors in the Lower Mainland and homebuilders in the Fraser Valley.
A "pretty well-known" male is ready to run under the BC Conservative banner, party official says
The NDP is calling on the B.C. government to step into food procurement by hospitals that neighbour on key food-producing areas.