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Ty-Crop rezonings go through

Ty-Crop rezonings go through

It took about two hours to cycle through three separate public hearings before a Chilliwack crowd of about 60 in council chambers.
Cultus Park Board shuts down question period

Cultus Park Board shuts down question period

The decision to cancel question period at Cultus Lake Park Board meetings is not sitting well with locals.
Computer chaos threatens B.C.'s at-risk kids: watchdog

Computer chaos threatens B.C.'s at-risk kids: watchdog

New system thwarts searches, adds to data entry time

RCMP investigate two attacks in Chilliwack's downtown

A Chilliwack man was stabbed and an Agassiz man beaten in separate incidents Saturday night, but police don't believe they're linked.
Audit finds private medical clinics illegally billed patients

Audit finds private medical clinics illegally billed patients

Operators intend to defy order, fight province in court for right to offer private health care
Cleanup volunteers tackled Foley Lake near Chilliwack

Cleanup volunteers tackled Foley Lake near Chilliwack

Pristine spots around Foley Lake up Chilliwack Lake Road were littered with shotgun shells, diapers, mattresses and camping equipment.

NDP MLA O'Mahony given critic role

O'Mahony named skills training critic by NDP Leader Adrian Dix as party gears up for provincial election next year.
Kent sees few Northern Gateway lessons from Kalamazoo spill

Kent sees few Northern Gateway lessons from Kalamazoo spill

But federal environment minister agrees older oil pipelines may need safety review
Good start to veggie drop-offs

Good start to veggie drop-offs

A total of 53 pounds (24 kilograms) of locally grown produce went to the Chilliwack Salvation Army soup kitchen on Saturday.
Aging oil pipeline too risky: critics

Aging oil pipeline too risky: critics

Group argues Kalamazoo lessons extend to Kinder Morgan