VIDEO: Weekly roundup of what’s making the news in Chilliwack

Check out what to expect in the June 21 print edition

A video chat from the newsroom talking about what’s been making the news in Chilliwack this week and what readers can expect in the print edition on Friday, June 21, 2019.

This week we have local reaction from politicians on the federal government’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

There’s FVRD chair Jason Lum’s concerns with the garbage shipped from the Philippines being burned at the incinerator in Burnaby.

Feature stories, arts and sports as always.

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