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EDITORIAL: Clarifying water schedules
A scheduled water system maintenance project has resulted in some confusion within the community.
EDITORIAL: Support Port Alberni’s Toy Run with rider friendly votes
It's time for us to show the Toy Run our support by voting for Port Alberni as Canada's most rider friendly community.
Editorial: Parties talking diversification
The finance minister touts B.C.’s economic diversity, suggesting that trait has been the key to the province’s relative economic strength.
EDITORIAL: MSP cut not so dramatic
This is a cut to Medical Services Plan premiums, slicing them in half for most people, starting next year.
Residents fight to retain character of Cordova Bay
Developer pulls application for 25-unt condo project on Doumac Avenue
Laugh your way through Gotham with Batman parody in Chilliwack
One Man Dark Knight Trilogy: A Batman Parody, is a solo film parody by Charles Ross, and is at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre March 4.
Gerry Hannah rocks Triple Play in Chilliwack
You can catch Chilliwack band, Gerry Hannah and the New Questioning Coyote Brigade, on Saturday, March 4.
W-18 found in drugs seized by Surrey Mounties
'There is no safe haven' BC RCMP warn drug users
New look for Surrey Museum
Expansion project expected to be completed in September, 2018
A kaleidoscope of colours at Chilliwack Cultural Centre
The Golden Palette Club presents Kaleidoscope of Colours Feb. 23 to April 1 in the Art Gallery at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.
Editorial: Liberals’ PST cut good for business
Cutting the cost of Provincial Sales Tax on electricity to large industry and business is a good move on the BC Liberal government’s part.
Vacant home tax will help to address issue
The latest census figures released this month show that 2,770 private homes in Saanich are unoccupied
Soulful sounds at Acoustic Emporium in Chilliwack on Friday
Wrap yourself up in the warm, ethereal and ever soulful musical stylings of Bre McDaniel and Jenny Banai on Feb. 24.
Editorial: Making a statement with your shirt
This year marks a decade since two high school students purchased a stack of 50 pink shirts and distributed them to their classmates.
In our opinion: May he finally rest in peace
Getting a WWII veteran the proper burial he deserves shouldn’t be a difficult task — it is the very least we, as a society, can do.
EDITORIAL: The need for manufacturing
The Revolution unit is new technology and while prototypes have been in place, production work has not yet started.
OUR VIEW: Bullying cannot be solved by pink shirts alone
We say: But they do serve as a reminder to remain vigilant
EDITORIAL: No winners in personal attacks
Sometimes, a supposed expression of opinion just goes way too far.
Editorial: Pool project needs will of the public
Council is still talking about replacement of the 50-year-old Echo Pool, but the city should not have to take on this project alone.
EDITORIAL: Pot shop episode a complex affair
It’s pretty clear Langford Mayor Stew Young wants no part of a Victoria-style, free-for-all marijuana dispensary market in his city.