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Routing of the proposed pipeline is another issue raised at public info sessions that Trans Mountain is holding in the Fraser Valley.
The private sector cannot deliver social programs better than governments, says Al Ens, federal NDP riding president in Chilliwack.
Kinder Morgan is scheduled to hold an information session in Chilliwack later this month on the proposed pipeline expansion project.
Furor over distribution of Gideon Bibles sparks debate over who makes policy
The Food Innovation Centre in Chilliwack, which opened just a year ago with federal and provincial funding, is shutting down.
Hal Singleton, held the Liberal “family” together in B.C. when the Reform Party tidal wave struck in the early 80s, is being honoured.
Destination BC, the new tourism corporation announced this week, was welcomed by Chilliwack’s Chamber of Commerce.
Serial killers will no longer share a jail cells, if a recommendation handed down by a coroner’s jury Wednesday.
Casey Langbroekand his accounting partners are presenting a low-cost seminar to help charities wade through new tax legislation
Fraser River Gravel Stewardship Committee says gravel removal will destroy fish habitat that won’t reduce flood risks.
John Martin and Laurie Throness were acclaimed last week as the B.C. Liberal election candidates in Chilliwack and Chilliwack-Hope.
Not enough businesses sign up for two-day conference with a full roster of speakers and workshops.
Nathan Stone, managing partner of the Odessa Group in Chilliwack, is the new president of the B.C. branch of the CHBA.
Pipeline expansion opponents ask how Fraser Valley politicians voted on a resolution to oppose projects that increase oil tanker traffic.
B.C. Liberal byelection candidate ready to take on NDP rival Gwen O'Mahony who won an upset victory in Chilliwack-Hope last April.
Elderly woman from Chilliwack was airlifted to Royal Columbian Hospital with "potentially life-threatening injuries" after Thursday crash.
Former BC Conservative vice-president Ben Besler announces he's leaving the party, the third defection in recent weeks.
No injuries and no significant damages according to initial reports of two fire calls overnight in Chilliwack.
Police seized a thousand personal ID cards some stolen from home break-ins and theft from vehicles dating back to 2009
The BC Conservative Party is alive and well in Chilliwack, says party leader John Cummins.