Can’t we just lighten up?

We shouldn’t be afraid to give our city a little personality

The right thing to do

New supportive housing project in Chilliwack another step in the right direction.

Leaving it to chance

What’s missing in the announced closure of the CHANCE alternative progam in Chilliwack is word on a clear plan for the future.

EDITORIAL: Fight bullying every day

Pink Shirt Day is Feb. 28

  • Feb 25th, 2018

Stop the ICBC bleeding

There’s more than enough blame to go around.

Driven to distraction

The Chilliwack school district must move beyond the distraction created a trustee’s anti-SOGI stand

Defend the Water Rally
Paul McCarl carves 9 tonne stone grizzly
Giant Flowers artwork installed at Chilliwack roundabout
NatureKids critterscape at Cheam Lake Wetlands

Column: Swedish hockey captain missed the silver lining

Sportsmanship is also a skill that needs practice after Lias Andersson threw his silver medal into the crowd

  • Jan 8th, 2018

Can we do better?

How would you like to see Chilliwack snow removal strategy change next year?

City capital plan lets us look into the future

The City of Chilliwack plans to spend millions of your dollars over the next decade. Do you want to know how?

Heavy security is the new norm

Road blocks and semiautomatic weapons signal change at Remembrance Day services

First and Hazel deserves a closer look

Neighbours argue the intersection is prone to crashes

Editorial: Like it or not, densification is coming

But as infill comes to each Chilliwack neighbourhood consultation is key

  • Sep 27th, 2017

Editorial: You can’t stuff the digital genie back in the bottle

School board ban on social media is the wrong approach

  • Sep 13th, 2017

Police gain well-earned applause

Recent police raids in Chilliwack are taking potentially lethal drugs and weapons off our streets

Cost of carelessness

Given the warnings, evidence and restrictions, there is no excuse for a ‘human caused’ fire right now.

Debate of national anthem lyrics is ‘moot’

Making the lyrics more inclusive does not reject tradition, but respects it

Heavy lifting ahead for BC Liberals

As the BC Liberals move into the unfamiliar confines of opposition, they’ll have to choose who best will lead them

SIMPSON: Canadians rally for wildfire victims

It’s encouraging to see the province – and nation – come together for the thousands affected

Liberal gamesmanship carries risks

The BC Liberal Party could find itself alienating the support that has kept it in power for 16 years.