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

Pedestrian struck leads to call for safe driving
    Mark Strahl's 12 days before Christmas
      GW Graham musical
        Secondary Characters rehearses for its rendition of "A Christmas Carol"

          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.

          Chilliwack in the process of changing to become more cycle friendly

          There have been incremental steps and an overall push toward encouraging people to ride their bikes

          • Apr 21st, 2017