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EDITORIAL: Opioid crisis has broad reach
Emergency responders also affected by changes to lifesaving protocols
OUR VIEW: Wrestling with fake news
We have to agree with U.S. President Donald Trump when he says…
Tractorgrease presents double bill of live original music March 11
East Van trio, Blue Dirt Girl, and Illiteratty will be at Tractorgrease Cafe in Chilliwack on March 11.
VIDEO: Folk-rock band Lion Bear Fox takes Chilliwack stage March 10
Vancouver band, Lion Bear Fox, blends folk, roots, rock, gospel and blues and they’ll be at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre on March 10.
UFV Theatre presents Bakkhai, a modern take on a Greek classic
UFV Theatre’s season of ‘Bright Ideas’ continues with Bakkhai, a new version of Euripides’ Greek tragedy March 9-19
Celebrate International Women’s Day in Chilliwack with I Am Woman Hear Me Laff
With a fantastic lineup of female comediennes, I Am Woman! Hear Me Laff! is returning to the Cultural Centre on March 8.
Cabaret fundraiser for Mt. Slesse NY trip
The students at Mt. Slesse are heading to New York for an arts trip and are hosting a show to help offset the costs.
Deadline for student exhibition in Chilliwack is March 13
The Chilliwack Community Arts Council invites high school and university students to apply for spring show, Making It.
Juno award-winning band performs at Tractorgrease
Big Little Lions will be in Chilliwack on Sunday, March 5 at Tractorgrease Cafe.
News Views: Connected
Initially, it was though the youth emergency shelter was re-opening.
OUR VIEW: Acknowledge Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is next Wednesday (March 8) and it feels somehow…
District tells property owner to clean it up
Council has set an April 30 deadline for remediation action or face demolition.
Editorial: Acknowledge Women’s Day
International Women’s Day is next Wednesday (March 8) and it feels somehow more important this year.
Editorial: bullying not solved by pink shirts
Schools across Vancouver Island were bursting with pink last week
Feds provide money to help seniors
Four Kelowna-area groups getting a total of just over $56,000 to fund projects.
Political announcements get encore performance
Government can't get enough good news coverage in the run-up to provincial election
EDITORIAL: Let’s get clear on value of ALR land
In an area focused on residential development, is loss of ALR to SD62 okay?
EDITORIAL: Politics of distraction
There are so many avenues now for an information overload that can beguile us from what is important in our own lives
Simon King kicks of March laughs in Chilliwack
Fraser Valley Comedy’s March lineup features some familiar faces, and some new ones.