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Light shines bright at end of tunnel

Light shines bright at end of tunnel

“I’ve never actually thought about chemo not working and me not beating the cancer,” Kyle Lorteau said. “I have thought lots about afterwards when it’s going to be no more chemo and just doing my thing. This whole time, I’ve just focused on wanting everything back the way it was.”
Rock, Stealth set to battle in Langley

Rock, Stealth set to battle in Langley

Exhibition game marks return of National Lacrosse League to B.C.
Surgery sprint leads to chemo marathon

Surgery sprint leads to chemo marathon

Diagnosed last year with an extremely rare form of childhood cancer, given slim odds of survival and now ploughing through 46 weeks of chemotherapy, Kyle Lorteau is the one you’d expect to be most preoccupied with worst-case scenarios.
Decisions, decisions and more decisions

Decisions, decisions and more decisions

A standout basketball player from Chilliwack Secondary takes on the battle of his life – a rare and potentially deadly form of cancer.
Teenager’s life turned upside down

Teenager’s life turned upside down

A standout basketball player from Chilliwack Secondary takes on the battle of his life – a rare and potentially deadly form of cancer.

Horsing around

Horses

Gregory golden

Track and field

Douglas lands safely with Chiefs

Chilliwack Chiefs

Chick buzzing with the hornets

Agassiz Speedway

Records fall at elementary meet

Track and field