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UPDATE: Explosion caused by cooking drugs at downtown Chilliwack apartment

UPDATE: Explosion caused by cooking drugs at downtown Chilliwack apartment

No one injured but at least two units damaged in Sunday evening fire
Fraser Valley RCMP warn of criminals knocking on doors

Fraser Valley RCMP warn of criminals knocking on doors

Two incidents in Chilliwack over New Year’s involved scammers pretending to be someone else
Women’s March Canada coming to Chilliwack

Women’s March Canada coming to Chilliwack

The idea for an event in the Fraser Valley came from the Women’s March on Washington last year
Second best year ever in 2017 for home sales in Chilliwack and district

Second best year ever in 2017 for home sales in Chilliwack and district

Down only slightly over the red-hot 2016 year with prices up 17 per cent, listings down
Surrey’s ‘land matching’ farm pilot project grows region-wide

Surrey’s ‘land matching’ farm pilot project grows region-wide

$25K in federal/provincial funding in 2018 for region’s ‘Craigslist for farming’ program
Updated: Neufeld launches letter-writing campaign against DPAC chair

Updated: Neufeld launches letter-writing campaign against DPAC chair

Embattled Chilliwack trustee’s letter points finger at volunteer parent, asks supporters to ‘challenge her opinions’
Flu outbreaks hit Fraser Health residential care facilities

Flu outbreaks hit Fraser Health residential care facilities

Health officials urging public to get vaccine
Chilliwack city councillor named to provincial ALR ‘revitalization’ committee

Chilliwack city councillor named to provincial ALR ‘revitalization’ committee

Ag minister appoints nine-member group to make recommendations on possible changes by end of 2018
Chilliwack businesses respond after Rotary Train shed theft

Chilliwack businesses respond after Rotary Train shed theft

More than $5,000 worth of items stolen now replaced
Fiscal relationship with FN gets reset with help of Chilliwack chief

Fiscal relationship with FN gets reset with help of Chilliwack chief

Feds and First Nations could be about to transform the way they do business