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Chilliwack-Hope MP, Mark Strahl, introduces his first private members bill in House of Commons

Private member bills give MPs outside of Cabinet the opportunity to raise awareness, says Strahl

UPDATE: Teenage suspect in Sardis shooting released without charges

Chilliwack RCMP seek witnesses and video of Feb. 28 incident on South Sumas

Uncovering the woman behind Harrison’s St. Alice Hotel

Alice Douglas may never have visited Harrison Hot Springs, but she helped launch its industries

Alexander Avenue house searched by RCMP
High school kids attend Try-a-Trade event at UFV
Shooting late Thursday night on South Sumas
Shooting in downtown Chilliwack on Victor Street

Questions about homeless sent to Chilliwack shelters shared by Premier John Horgan

MLA John Martin asks health minister in legislature how it could possibly be an acceptable process

Chilliwack man acquitted of violent rapes of two women sentenced for criminal harassment

Victim: ‘I am angry that he gets to get out of jail and just keep hurting woman again’

Chilliwack screening of documentary film Tapped on Friday night

There will be a discussion and screening of the film at the Fish and Game Club

Fraser Health slammed for discharging homeless patients into taxis bound for Chilliwack

Mayor Popove asks Fraser Health to address concerns he has about this happening twice last month

Harrison Hot Springs increases parking fines to $100

The fine increase is intended to be a deterrent for offenders

Mental fitness back in question for man charged with attempted murder in Chilliwack River Valley

Father says son has schizophrenia, judge deemed him unfit in December, now review board says he’s fit

Regulated heroin idea might be worth considering for Chilliwack

Some Chilliwack voices see advantage of a model using prescribed heroin to curb OD deaths

Mother of Chilliwack homicide victim shocked over eight-year sentence for killer

‘Our grief over the loss of our beloved Doug is now compounded with this shocking injustice’

Province needs to deal with wildfire smoke, Harrison says

Council voted to ask the province to look into the risks of smoke, and find ways to mitigate them

Chilliwack home sales continue sluggish pace in February

Last month’s numbers below the 10-year average while selling prices continue to stay high

B.C. Indigenous woman appointed to Canada’s gun advisory committee

First Nations and northern voices were both missing in discussions

New law unlocks the door for Indigenous matriarchs to reclaim jurisdiction

The goal is to dramatically reduce the number of First Nations kids in care

February in Chilliwack was the coldest recorded in more than a century

Cold snap came with the Arctic front, wicked winds, and five snowstorms

Win eternal fame and glory by naming the new Chilliwack lane

Contest geared to having fun and piquing Chilliwack’s interest in the downtown project

UPDATE: Teenager rescued from vehicle in water-filled ditch in Chilliwack has died

Kyle Ruffell, 17, rescued in dramatic fashion on Feb. 19 succumbed to his injuries on March 3

UPDATE: IHIT names victim in Tuesday’s homicide in Chilliwack

Homicide team asking for public’s help in shooting death of 42-year-old Christine Denham

Number of portables in Chilliwack to push 100 by fall

School trustees agree to purchase five more portables for growing demand on district