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Penner talks crime and punishment with Chamber

Twenty-three people are alive today because of B.C.'s tougher drinking-and-driving legislation, Attorney-General Barry Penner told Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce members last Friday.
Clark takes her seat in B.C. legislature

Clark takes her seat in B.C. legislature

Premier Christy Clark took her seat in the B.C. legislature Monday, to square off with the NDP opposition for the first time since being selected as leader of the B.C. Liberal Party.

Mountain murder charge laid

A murder charge has finally been laid in the case of a Mountain Institution inmate found dead in his cell shared with another prisoner.

‘Shared ownership’ is not on the table: Yale Chief

Yale First Nation Chief Robert Hope says he’s willing to talk with Sto:lo leaders to ease their concerns over the treaty that will effectively give the small band control over the lucrative Fraser Canyon fishery.
Canadian postal workers set to strike Friday

Canadian postal workers set to strike Friday

Mail service may shut down Friday unless Canada Post and its unionized workers reach a deal to avert a strike.
Millions of HST ballots ready to mail

Millions of HST ballots ready to mail

New day for Central elementary

Central elementary has been granted funding for a program that will give inner-city kids the same enriching opportunities as kids in more affluent neighbourhoods.
‘Tears of joy’ as Sto:lo celebrate child care agency

‘Tears of joy’ as Sto:lo celebrate child care agency

A ceremony to celebrate the creation of a revamped Sto:lo child protection agency was held Thursday at The Landing Sports Centre in Chilliwack.
Yale treaty going ahead despite protests

Yale treaty going ahead despite protests

Target coming to Chilliwack

Chilliwack will be among 105 locations in the first wave of new Target department stores coming to Canada, it was revealed Thursday.