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Trans Mountain pipeline may have slowly leaked oil for ‘weeks’
Environmental groups say latest Kinder Morgan incident proves spills are inevitable
Victory for early French immersion
School Board reverses earlier decision and approves 2014 start for early French immersion in Chilliwack.
Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain pipeline spills near Merritt
The National Energy Board has revised its original estimate, and says 6 barrels of oil (just under 1,000 litres) spilled on Wednesday night.
Chilliwack students bring home medals
Sardis Secondary students led the pack at last week's Skills Canada national competition.
Updated: Missing hiker prompts days-long search north of Harrison
Reports of shots fired up West Harrison Road cause of some concern
Creating awareness about elder abuse
Saturday is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and Chilliwack's Community Response Network will be at Wal-Mart to provide info.
Abbotsford Police arrest suspect in robbery spree
A man suspected of robbing three Abbotsford businesses and one in Chilliwack in a 10-day period has been arrested.
Farmers defiant as gas company demands access
Chilliwack farmers refuse access to Spectra Energy to replace a gas pipeline under their land, under threat of a forced entry order.
No Blaine stop for Amtrak trains on horizon
Cash-strapped Washington state has no plans to even study the idea, even with a Surrey/Fraser Valley market of up to 750,000 people.
Driver handed three month sentence for fatal Harrison crash
Grewal to serve time on weekends and pay ICBC claims
Chilliwack home sales buck Fraser Valley trend
As a wave of declining home sales sweeps the Lower Mainland, Chilliwack has been relatively immune, keeping its housing market stable.
Alternate suspension pays dividends
Rather than going home, students suspended from school head to a unique program that encourages a change in behaviour.
Syphilis infections double in Lower Mainland
Sexually transmitted disease making comeback in gay men
Rotary’s Hole in One contest raises $59,000 for charity
Standing over his ball, knowing that his next swing could net him seven figures, was both exciting and stressful for David Yaromich.
City will deal internally with manure-dumping on homeless camp
Those who spread chicken dung have been identified, but city manager won't disclose details
Chilliwack agrees to cover any Party in the Park shortfall
BIA officials submitted a request for more than $8000 in additional funding for a total of $16,000 for 2013
New faces in bigger B.C. cabinet
Premier Christy Clark's 19-member team introduced at public ceremony at Canada Place
Raw milk challenge brings contempt conviction
Two men found guilty of civil contempt for distributing unpasteurized milk from a Chilliwack farm will go to jail if they do it again.
Luminaries light up Harrison lagoon
Relay for Life draws out walkers and runners in Harrison Hot Springs
Last ditch effort to stop Yale treaty
It went through the B.C. legislature two years ago, but the Yale Treaty bill still has to be ratified in the House of Commons