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Nude swimming group making waves – again – at Surrey pool

Concern is being raised about children participating in the SkinnyDippers swims at Newton Wave Pool

85 passengers aboard BC Ferries vessel stranded for hours due to mechanical issue

The Salish Raven cancelled sailings between Swartz Bay and the Southern Gulf Islands

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Remembrance Day 2019
Black bears prowl Hope neighbourhood
The Fraser Valley Tech Forum embraces innovation
Sportsnet cuts ties with Don Cherry

Developer, government deny negligence in Sechelt sinkhole lawsuit

Homes in a Sechelt neighbourhood were evacuated due to a sinkhole in February 2019

‘It hurts’: Indigenous Alberta boy, 5, comes home with braid undone

Trouble at school leads to conversation on reconciliation, outpouring of support

Chilliwack School District and support workers reach tentative agreement

Mediator had been called in for talks between district and CUPE Local 411

UPDATE: TransLink disputes severity of bus delays caused by transit strike

Union says there have been 41 disruptions on Thursday

Flu season off to a fairly average start in B.C.: report

Influenza A and B ‘considered sporadic’ in B.C., Health Canada report says

Airbnb collects double the amount of provincial sales tax expected

Airbnb said it has paid out $33.7 million in provincial sales tax

Abbotsford cancer patients face surgery delays so out-of-town doctors can perform hip/knee operations at ARH

Surgeons say focus on joint operations and a lack of anesthesiologists leave local patients waiting

Family cat dies in overnight Chilliwack apartment fire

Shed and one apartment unit on Mary Street sustained heavy fire damage

  • Nov 7, 2019

First licensed cannabis retail opens in City of Chilliwack

Grand Opening celebration for Cannabis Connection is Nov. 8 on Industrial Way

Drivers urged to be careful as B.C. enters worst month for deer collisions

Deer are involved in approximately 80 per cent of wildlife vehicle collisions

VIDEO: Surgical objects left in patients on the rise in Canada, data shows

553 foreign items — such as sponges and medical instruments — were left behind over a two-year period

B.C. site testing over 700 samples of kombucha for alcohol levels

Drinks with more than 1.1% alcohol must list it on the label