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Flowers left in honour of three RCMP members killed by gunman in New Brunswick
"The neighbourhood needs us to make this decision," Mayor Sharon Gaetz said before council voted for remedial action at 46392 Yale Road
Dr. Nigel Murray cites family reasons for return to New Zealand
Union lists districts to be picketed from Tuesday June 10 to Friday June 13
A network of web cameras will be providing crucial road and weather monitoring information to Chilliwack officials — as well as the public.
Strike fund dry on eve of vote for full-scale walkout: B.C. teachers' union memo
There will be 1,222 extra service hours for conventional transit and another 1,000 hours for the handyDART custom service.
Community members are invited to come out to SSS tonight to share thoughts, concerns and questions.
Even if teacher strike spreads, graduating students will get their final exam marks, Education Minister Peter Fassbender says
With incineration there's no real incentive to remove the recoverables or recyclables that end up in the waste stream
Chilliwack RCMP are praising the actions of nine-year-old girl after she refused to get into a stranger’s vehicle June 2.
Coroners say at least 13 have died so far this year from potent narcotic
Chilliwack brewery gets the highest marks at Canadian Brewing Awards for 2014
Convergys employees had a chance to check out thermal imaging and infrared equipment on display at the former Stream site in Chilliwack.
Chilliwack's Len Fitzgerald recalls his landing at D-Day 70 years ago this Friday and the subsequent Battle of Normandy
Federal Justice Minister Peter MacKay unveils government's response to Supreme Court ruling on sex trade
Budget probe shaping health region's new three-year plan but don't expect a detailed public report on what it uncovers
Speaking at a press conference, Iker addressed B.C. teachers' job action in their second week of rotating strikes.
A group of Sardis secondary students walked out of classes Wednesday to show the BCTF and government they're fed up with the ongoing dispute
Mosquito season has arrived in Chilliwack and across the Fraser Valley, but experts say not to worry.