Chilliwack Chiefs avoid BCHL playoff elimination with road win at Langley

The Chiefs got an outstanding effort from goalie Daniel Chenard in a 2-1 victory over the Rivermen

Agassiz teen makes his mark in high school wrestling

Mark Schwichtenberg is only in his first year of wrestling, but has already seen success on the mat

Jordyn Huitema’s Canadian soccer squad takes on Sweden

The bronze-medal match at the Algarve Cup in Portugal pits two arch-rivals against each other.

Patriots fans celebrate sixth Super Bowl win
Zoo's gorilla predicts Rams' Super Bowl win
Atlanta kicks off Super Bowl festivities
Snowboarder Max Parrot diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma

PHOTOS: Chilliwack Masters swim to top spots in March Madness meet

Adult swimmers from Chilliwack bring in several first- and second-place wins at weekend swim meet

  • Mar 5, 2019

Gold medal mark falls for Team B.C. at 2019 Canada Winter Games

Team B.C. established a new record for first place finishes and came within one of the podium record

Chilliwack FC recognizes soccer stars at awards banquet

More than 50 players, coaches and volunteers received awards as CFC recognized its standouts.

Professional wrestler King Kong Bundy dead at age 61

Promoter and longtime friend David Herro says Bundy died on Monday

GW Graham boys start championship chase at AAA basketball provincials

The Grizzlies tip off Wednesday against the Steveston-London Sharks at the Langley Events Centre.

Chilliwack Chiefs on the ropes after game three loss to Langley

The latest playoff game wasn’t even close as the Rivermen bombed the shell-shocked Chiefs 5-0.

B.C. rink edges New Brunswick at Brier

Jim Cotter’s Vernon squad improves to 3-1 after suffering first defeat earlier in the day

Lucas Mannes and Calgary Dinos win Canada West basketball championship

The Chilliwack native helped the Dinos beat the UBC Thunderbirds for their second straight title

Chilliwack’s Kate Klassen earns bronze in Canada Winter Games hockey

The Chilliwack skater played for Team B.C. in the eight team tournament in Red Deer, Alberta.

Connor Dykstra out-muscles opposition at Sardis Strongman

Fifty two Sardis secondary students and 33 grads competed in an annual test of strength of endurance

  • Mar 4, 2019

Chilliwack curlers target masters provincial titles

Masters women’s and men’s tournaments take place in Nanaimo with national berths on the line.

Chilliwack curlers struggle at mixed doubles provincials

Allison Bourne and Stephen Strathdee missed the playoff round at the tournament in Abbotsford.

B.C. rink tastes Brier defeat

Defending champs Team Canada roll past Jim Cotter’s Vernon rink 10-4 Monday morning in Brandon

B.C. rink rolling at the Brier

Vernon’s Jim Cotter improves to 2-0 with big win over Nunavut

B.C. rink wins opening game at Brier

Jim Cotter’s Okanagan-Saskatoon foursome uses last rock to edge Nova Scotia 8-7; play Nunavut today

Mark Gallant scores double OT winner as Langley Rivermen beat Chilliwack Chiefs

The Chiefs now trail the best-of-seven first round BCHL playoff series 0-2 heading back to Langley.