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Teacher pickets will target summer school if they don't have a settlement by June 30, BCTF's Jim Iker says
Construction is about to start on a paper manufacturing facility at Shxwhá:y Village called Whitefeather Tissue and Towel Plant.
Province excludes marijuana producers from farm tax status, but views them as viable ALR use
Chilliwack school district will not be issuing report cards for K-9 students. All will be promoted to next grade.
Final grades for Chilliwack students in grades 10 and 11 will be issued, but many teachers say they won't be accurate.
B.C. school districts are starting to notify parents that year-end report cards won't be produced
Veteran mediator declines to help end teachers strike in British Columbia
Temporary foreign worker changes do little to calm debate in B.C.
Businesses seeing consequences of full-on teachers' strike but also offering deals to help ease the sting
Thousands attended a rally in Vancouver on Friday, one day after Education Minister Peter Fassbender said both sides were still far apart.
People from everywhere have been expressing outrage about the waste of perfectly good milk.
The BC Milk Marketing Board is again accepting milk from Chilliwack Cattle Sales
Paul Jarvis and his dad, Ron Jarvis from Atlanta, Georgia were thrilled with their catch-and-release experience with the dinosaur fish.
Public invited to learn about Seabird and Tamihi woodlot proposal
Chilliwack teachers aren't the only ones losing wages and struggling during the teacher strike, school support staff are as well.
Latest BCTF offer rejected, neither mediation nor a legislated settlement are being considered, Education Minister Peter Fassbender says
An updated fact sheet clarifies assertions being made by the project's opponents, while a petition has gained more than 16,000 names.
Two Chilliwack trustees refused to cross teacher picket lines set up at the board office during the June 17 public board meeting.
Chilliwack councillor Jason Lum said he sees the benefits of backyard chickens for Chilliwack, and was the lone dissenter in the vote.
Advanced Education Minister Amrik Virk violated spending rules as a university board member in 2010-12