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Berryhill announces expansion project that will handle millions of pounds of blueberries locally
Student-led campaigns target peers with non-partisan message on the need to get political
Fraser Valley candidates put transit plan forward, along with $1 billion price tag
Finance minister weighs how to dispense affordability aid that might flow from a higher tax on sales of luxury homes
One man is dead following an encounter with police at an Agassiz care home Sept. 23.
Food Banks Canada wants to interrupt our fascination with food by instead putting the focus on hunger.
From veterans care to the long-awaited F-35 stealth fighter, parties pitch their approaches to the Canadian Forces
Education ministry can't say if data has been destroyed or stored in wrong place, investigations underway
Lawyers suggest other cities could follow Vancouver and regulate retail pot stores despite federal opposition
Chilliwack city council faced questions ranging from safety and security, to roadwork and traffic congestion at a town hall Thursday.
Joe Hall has stepped down as president of Sto:lo Nation Chiefs’ Council, the political wing of Sto:lo Nation, after 10 years at the helm.
The Sears National Kids Cancer Ride cyclists stopped in Chilliwack on Day 1 of their 17-day journey from White Rock to Halifax.
Stephen Harper, Thomas Mulcair and Justin Trudeau compare plans on infrastructure, taxation and greenhouse gas emissions
Structure showing signs of sagging, traffic is being detoured as crew assess damage, no vehicle or foot traffic being permitted.
General rate now $10.45 an hour, with annual increases tied to consumer price index
Candidates were asked if they were in favour of the KM pipeline expansion, and what they would do as MP to protect Chilliwack
Top portion of one of the support piles on the eastbound side had weakened, and the bridge settled onto the strong section of the pile.
City staffers looking at adding extra step in demolition permit process, to be in lockstep with WorkSafeBC
Specific efforts will be directed toward "entrenched" homeless, meaning those who refuse help
The original proposal was for a beef processing abattoir on Brannick Place that would handle about 100 cattle a day.