Thursday, August 1, 2013

City Seen

Moon Over Mill St

Change coming for picturesque Mill Street

Staff/Voice photo

 

lthough this wasn't quite a full moon last week, it was just as alluring. According to the Farmer's Almanac, July is the month when the new ...

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Friday, August 2, 2013

RCMP News

Better Biking

Police begin bicycle safety campaign

Released by RCMP UFVRD Cpl. Len vanNieuwenhuizen

 

n response to Community concerns the police in the Upper Fraser Valley are commencing a bicycle safety awareness campaign.

        “We have seen an increase in people cycling this summer. With the advent of beautiful summer weather we have ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Community News

We're Jammin'

An evening of country classics Sept 7

Submitted by Rod Hudson, CCAC

 

od and Marnie Kidder have been hosting the Chilliwack Senior Recreation Centre Jam Session for the past 5+ years every Saturday evening. They have seen an increase over the years of local talent, in all levels of ability, from  beginners ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Local News

A River of Opportunity

Local student picks up FFSBC scholarship

Submitted by Heather Leary, GoFishBC.com

 

he Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC is pleased to announce the winners of its 2013 scholarships. This year's
recipients are Brianna (BJ) Bruder of Nanaimo, Alex Klingeman of Vancouver, and Daniel Krenz of Chilliwack.

Read more here  »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Community News

Pitch Perfect

Specialty wood sale at Ryder Lake August 3

Submitted by Steve Clegg, Chilliwack

 

ver the years we have salvaged many trees, cut hundreds of slabs and
boards, and stockpiled too much wood.
        For the first, and maybe only time, we are clearing out some of our inventory.

Read more here  »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

City Hall News

All Fired Up

Hot, dry weather heightens fire concerns

Released by the City of Chilliwack for the Fire Department

 

he City of Chilliwack Fire Department would like to remind the community that despite the recent rain, our road medians, grass shoulders and ditches continue to be the source for many small fires.

        This year alone the Fire Department has attended to over 30 bark mulch fires ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Seniors Scene

Counting Pennies

Cost of living increases chip away at OAS pension

Submitted by Myrtle Macdonald, Chilliwack/Voice file photo

haven't studied this bill (Bill C-428 OAS Pension), nor the reply below that updates facts, because I feel weary. Some people get very emotional about immigrants, especially those of another race. 

 

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Friday, August 2, 2013

Faith

Songs from the Cave

Paul Lafrance launches Christian Music Project

Released by Ten16 Entertainment/Photo by Michael Patrick Photography

ound in the Fury is ready to officially launch as they promote their first full-length album titled Songs from the Cave.  

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 2, 2013

Fundraiser

Mission: Nutrition

Luncheon to support health and wellness in the community Aug 15

Released by Donna Dixson, CHHCF

his is the very first of our Team Health "Partners in Community Wellness" initiatives.

        "Vita Bella Italian Bistro is hosting a fundraiser luncheon on August 15th beginning at 11:30 and we are proud ... 

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Friday, August 2, 2013

Native News

CRV Run-of-River Project Possible

Ts'elxwéyeqw get clean energy funds

Released by the BC Gov't Caucus

he Ts'elxweyeqw is receiving $30,000 from the B.C. Government to fund the Chilliwack River Valley Renewable Energy Plan. This funding is part of the latest investment being made ...

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  Feature Story    Sat., August 3, 2013

                     

The Sounds of Summer

Party in the Park No. 4 features Awake O Sleeper and Boogie Patrol

Staff/Voice photos

 

he Chilliwack Business Improvement Association's Coast Capital Party in the ...

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Friday, August 2, 2013

Local News

Get Agri-Cultured

Chilliwack Fair August 9-11 features TKWC and Honeymoon Suite

Released by the Chilliwack Fair

his year the Chilliwack Fair is very excited to announce a packed entertainment schedule!

 

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 5, 2013

Fire News

Sofa Trouble

Downtown streets blocked after fire and gas leak

Staff/Voice photos

he Chilliwack Fire Department and RCMP responded to a couch fire outside the Bibles For Missions second hand store on ...

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Fire Dept News

Shed Fire

No injuries, cooking the cause of blaze

Released by Fire Chief Ian Josephson, CFD

 

t 9:54am, firefighters from Chilliwack fire halls 1, 2, 4 and 6 responded to a structure fire in the 42000 block of Old Orchard Road.

        When firefighters arrived they discovered a fully involved detached, wood frame shed and fire extending into ...

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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Local News

No Horsing Around

Pair destined for greatness at 2014 Olympics

Submitted by Josh Goodstadt, Chwk


ccording to Chilliwack's Josh Goodstadt, his wife Leila will be riding her horse Othello ... 

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Casting Call

Christmas Early

Actors and performers of all levels needed, August 24 auditions

Submitted by Megan Mackenzie, Exec. Artistic Director

heatre Junkies Anonymous Fine Arts is holding auditions for their Christmas production of The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry, adapted by Anne Coulter Martens, on Saturday August 24th starting at 1pm.

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 9, 2013

BC Politics

'The Nattering Nabobs'

Municipal councils are not fiefdoms

Released by Dermod Travis, IntegrityBC

 

mall town B.C. may be facing a plague of what disgraced former U.S. vice president Spiro Agnew called the nattering nabobs of negativity or at least that's what a number of B.C. mayors and their allies would have you believe.

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 9, 2013

On the Road

The Need to Heed

Over 800 cone zones on BC roads this summer

Released by Lennae Durant, Cone Zone Campaign

 

rivers in the Metro Vancouver area and throughout British Columbia will see an increase in the number of roadside workers over the summer months working in the “Cone Zone”.

 

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 9, 2013

Health News

Measles Alert

FHA warns of possible infections

Released by Fraser Health Authority

 

he Chief Medical Health Officer (CMHO) of Fraser Health is warning residents living in Fraser East communities (Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Agassiz, Harrison Hot Springs and Hope) of a rise in measles cases in low immunized areas of the region.

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 9, 2013

Ryder Lake News

Dinner and a Sale

Ryder Lake Flea Market and Pot Luck August 10

Submitted by Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

s this is the 50th anniversary of Ryder Lake Hall, we are inviting everyone to come to a pot luck after the flea market which runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 49562 Elkview Road.

 

 

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Letters

Good News Story

Samaritan saves memories

Submitted by Dave Baxter, Chilliwack

 

hope there is more people in the world like these people.

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 12, 2013

Po Lam Fundraiser

'Building a Haven of Mind'

Chilliwack mayor to open  Chinese art exhibit at Van Dusen Sept 6-8

Submitted by KS, Po Lam Buddhist Association

 

o Lam Buddhist Association was established in 1994 in Chilliwack, B.C. Our mission is to bring true happiness ...

Read more here »

 

 Feature Story  Mon., Aug. 12, 2013

                     

Hot August Night

Country and Western theme at Party in the Park

Staff/Voice photos

 

ast week, the Coast Capital Party in the Park was cancelled due to inclement weather. So, anticipation for this week's event was ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Arts Scene

The Bright Métier

Light Sculpture Open House and gallery show August 24

Submitted by Sylvie Roussel-Janssens, Greendale

 

xploring the possibilities between art and design, Sylvie Roussel- Janssens has now embarked in a new adventure with her light sculptures. 

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Sports

True Grit Girl

Growing up hockey with Olympic gold medalist Tessa Bonhomme

Submitted by Megan MacDonald, Chilliwack, Courtesy of The Pink Puck

 

o matter what level of hockey you play, you never forget your first call to the game. For Olympic gold medalist, Tessa Bonhomme, that call was met with mixed reviews. 

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Local News

Highway Tragedy

Motorcyclist dies after colliding with stopped vehicle

Staff/Voice

 

mbulance sirens chattered as they carved a path through the traffic up the choked Trans Canada Highway to where the body of a 72-year-old man lay under a white sheet. Witnesses huddled together amidst the chaos, while police tried to sort out what happened

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 16, 2013

Local News

Water & Women

Focus group looking for paid participants August 20

Submitted by Megan Peloso, WWP

 

ou are invited to participate in a 2-hour focus group to discuss your experiences with water costs, quality and management and the effects on your health and well-being.

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 16, 2013

Local News

Exploring Risks

Coquihalla Summit pipeline awareness rally August 17

Released by Michael Hale, Pipe Up Network

 

little over a month since since the discovery of 4000 litres of oil leaking out of the 60 year old Trans Mountain pipeline near the Coquihalla summit, local residents are taking action to visit the site and amplify  ...  

Read more here »

 

 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Community News

Natural Ambition

Restoration volunteers are needed for fall Hopedale Slough planting

Released by Natashia Cox, FVWC/File photo

 

he Fraser Valley Watersheds Coalition (FVWC) and partners will be enhancing and restoring salmon spawning and rearing channels along the Hopedale Slough area within Yarrow BC.

Read more here »

 

 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Federal Politics

Engaging People

Ex-Finance Minister Ralph Goodale in Chilliwack August 23

Released by Paul Boileau, BC Liberals/Website photo

 

n Friday, August 23rd MP and former Canadian Finance Minister Ralph Goodale will tour our community while volunteers will share a splash of red giveaways at Party in the Park in Chilliwack.  

Read more here »

 

 

Saturday, August 17, 2013

Local News

Unlucky on Luckakuck

Roads closed after MVI Thursday

Staff/Submitted photos

 

ast Thursday, a spectacular single vehicle accident occurred at the Evans Road overpass and Luckakuck Way. A source told the Voice that excessive speed was likely to blame after a vehicle went airborne off ... 

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Community News

The Music Makers

Much-loved instructor returns to the Academy

Released by Graham Yates, CAM

 

he Chilliwack Academy of Music is pleased to announce the return of one of its former faculty members. 

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Community News

ISO The Cure

New Terry Fox Foundation board of directors elected

Released by The Terry Fox Foundation/Voice file photo

 

he Chilliwack Academy of Music is pleased to announce the return of one of its former faculty members. 

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Community News

A Weekend of Art, Food & Music

Harrison Craft Market and Bands on the Beach August 31-Sept 1

Released by Ed Stenson, HFS

 

arrison Hot Springs is the place to be this Labour Day weekend, with art, music and even a few Sasquatch tales. The Harrison Festival Society’s Harrison Craft Market will again take place at the ... 

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 19, 2013

Community News

The Tasty Tour!

Greendale Country Sampler August 24 has more family fun this year

Released by Holly McKeen, Chilliwack

 

he quaint farming community of Greendale is pleased to host the 8th Annual “Greendale Country Sampler” event. Neighbours are invited to come visit and see exactly where our local farm produce ... 

Read more here »

 

 Feature Story      Mon., Aug. 19, 2013

                     

Fire on Fourth

Blaze consumes garage, damages vacant home

Released by Jefff Ullyot, Asst. Fire Chief, Chilliwack FD//Voice photos

t approximately 3:30 a.m. on Sunday, the Chilliwack Fire Department responded to a structure fire in the 46000 block of Fourth Avenue in the ...    

Read more here  »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Community News

Going Animal

Launch party to unveil Greater Vancouver Zoo's new website

Submitted by Darian Kovacs, Jelly Marketing

 

n Thursday August 22nd, 2:00pm-3:00pm the Greater Vancouver Zoo will make their digital mark on the Zoo Experience.  In partnership with innovative Abbotsford & Gastown-based marketing firm, Jelly Marketing ...

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Health News

One Call For All

Fraser Health's new toll-free health services number

Released by Fraser Health Authority

 

ccessing health-related community services is now easier thanks to Fraser Health's new toll-free Home Health Service Line. Individuals who require information about services for themselves or family members regardless of where they live in the Fraser ... 

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Casting Call

'Please Don't Touch the Indians'

Auditions August 21 & 22 – No experience needed

Released by Sto:lo Nation, Chilliwack/Voice file photo

 

ctors will need to be available for performances, rehearsals and dress rehearsals. At the audition you will be asked to read a short piece from the play. No acting experience is necessary.  

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Fire Dept News

Landfill Blaze

Large crew deployed after trash ignites

Released by Jefff Ullyot, Assistant Fire Chief, City of Chilliwack FD

 

t approximately 3 a.m. on Sunday, the Chilliwack Fire Department responded to a landfill fire on the Skway (Sh-way) First Nations Reserve located on the outskirts of Chilliwack in the 9500 block of Skway Road.  

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Community News

Toad Mystery

Migration successful after non-event in 2012

Released by Natashia Cox, FVC/Voice file photo

 

housands of juvenile toads have successfully crossed the roads during their annual migration in the ...

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

BC Politics

Banking on Politics

2013 general election finance reports available

Released by Elections BC

 

he 2013 General Election financing reports of candidates, registered political parties, registered constituency associations, and election advertising sponsors are available for public inspection at Elections BC, Suite 100 - 1112 Fort Street, and on the Elections BC website.

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Environment News

The Great Canadian Water Grab

WWP calls for revamp of BC Water Act

Released by Sheila Muxlow, WWP

 

or more than 13 years, Nestle –  the World's largest food corporation – has been selling off groundwater from the Fraser Valley and not paying a cent for it. Nestle draws more than 260 million litres annually from ...

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

BC News

A System Broken

Police Chiefs agree pot laws need to change

Released by the CDPC

 

n a move that directly contradicts the Conservative Party’s hard-line on drug policy, the Canadian Association of Police Chiefs has ratified a resolution that recommends a "ticketing option" analogous to the decriminalization of simple cannabis possession.

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

On the Road

School's Back Soon

Car crashes the top preventable cause of death for BC kids

Released by ICBC/Website photo

 

ith two weeks to go until school returns, ICBC is asking parents to begin preparing children for getting to and from school safely. Every year in B.C., an average of 30 children aged five to 18 ... 

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Community News

Raising Recycling Awareness

Chilliwack has recycled over 60,000 electrical items

Released by Hilary Strath, Edelman

 

he ElectroRecycle Ambassadors are hitting the final stop of the ElectroRecycle Ambassador tour and will be visiting Cultus Lake Eco Market on Friday, August 23.

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Community News

Bold & Brilliant

Empowered by Horses offers life-changing course for girls

Released by Carla Webb, EBH

 

s we move into fall, many young girls are not looking forward to going back to school. Not just because it means hunkering down to school work but because of feeling they may not be good enough or somehow appear different. 

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Rosedale News

Entrepreneur Country

Local business showcase in Rosedale August 24

Submitted by Leah Smyth, Rosedale

 

ome on out to the Rosedale Traditional School this Saturday to support your local businesses and entrepreneurs! This day will be full of shopping and discoveries for all!

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

City Hall News

Medicinal Weed Fix

City motions to amend bylaws to remove pot grow shows from residential areas

Released by Chilliwack City Hall

 

he City of Chilliwack is actively taking steps to ensure it is prepared for Health Canada’s new medical marijuana grow operations (MMGO) regulations, which will take the operations out of people’s homes.

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Music News

Bang On

Chilliwack Academy of Music drum circle Sept 6

Released by Graham Yates, CAM

 

here there is a heartbeat, there is rhythm. That’s the motto of the Academy of Music’s new Drum Circle facilitator, Anya McRae. McRae and the Academy ...

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Ryder Lake News

Potluck Power

Dinner at Hall a huge success

Submitted by Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

nother great event at the Ryder Lake Hall. Despite the concerns regarding Elk View Road being open or closed, there were seven vendors and a thin but steady stream of buyers all day and the weather turned out to be wonderful.

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Fire Dept News

Garrison Crossing Home Burns

Firefighter injured in blaze that guts one townhouse, damages two others

Released by Ian Josephson, Asst Fire Chief Chilliwack FD/Voice photos

 

t approximately 5:00 pm, firefighters from fire halls 1, 4 and 6 responded to a structure fire in the 45000 block of Tamihi Way.

Read more here »

 

  Feature Story    Wed., Aug. 21, 2013

                     

Of Chief Concern

Trans Mountain pipeline old and "rickety" say Native leaders

Released by Michael Hale, Pipe Up Network/Submitted photos

n August 17, 2013, thirty Indigenous Tribal Leaders, environmental activists and residents of Lower ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Arts Scene

Art of the Gift

Renowned artist's paintings on display until Sept 3

Released by Jennifer Fehr, FVRL/Photo submitted

 

t’s your last chance to enjoy this once-in-a-lifetime art exhibit. The late William Allister’s (1919-2008) entire International Collection ...

Read more here »

 

 

Friday, August 23, 2013

Community News

Raising a Holler

Second to last Party in the Park event draws on big support from the community

Staff/Voice photos

 

hile the crowd got comfortable on lawn chairs and blankets in the bowl at Central Community Park ...

Read more here »

 

 

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Arts Scene

Waterborne

'At the Water's Edge' Heron Reserve art show Sept 5 - Oct 16

Submitted by Mary Chalmers Main

 

he Chilliwack Visual Artists Association, is pleased to announce their ...

Read more here »

 

 Feature Story    Sun., Aug. 25, 2013

                     

Freshening Up the Liberal Party

Goodale networks with Chilliwack locals

Staff/Voice photos

 

here was speculation in the community about why Ralph Goodale, Deputy Leader of the Liberal ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Monday, August 26, 2013

Native News

A Watershed Moment

BC gov't's 'business as usual' stance not good enough says Chawathil Chief

Released by Sheila Muxlow, WWP

 

here has been a lot of attention in recent weeks on BC's Water Act as the story broke about Nestle Waters' cost-free extraction of millions of litres of groundwater from the region known as Hope, BC.

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 26, 2013

Local News

A Salmonbration

Wild salmon activists laud Safeway

Released by Wayne Froese, FSB/Eddie Gardner Voice file photo

 

he Chilliwack chapter of the Farmed Salmon Boycott will be holding a rally on August 27 to celebrate Canada Safeway’s decision to remove net-pen farmed Atlantic salmon from their shelves.

Read more here »

 

 

Monday, August 26, 2013

Veterans News

Forever Grateful

Federal gov't honours WWII Bomber Command Vets

Released by Veterans Affairs/Handout photo

 

he Honourable Julian Fantino, Minister of Veterans Affairs, today made the inaugural presentation ...

Read more here »

 

 Feature Story  Tues., August 26, 2013

                     

Purely Punk

Legendary band D.O.A. rock Chilliwack

Staff/Voice photos

 

n Saturday, the Godfather of Punk, Joey Keithley and his band D.O.A., considered by many to be music royalty, paid a visit to ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Senior Scene

A Planet Too Hot

Is geoengineering our planetary salvation?

Submitted by Myrtle Macdonald for the David Suzuki Fdn,

 

ltering environments to suit our needs is not new. From clearing land to building dams, we've done it throughout history. When our technologies and populations were limited, our actions affected small areas — though with some ...

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Local News

Turning the Tide

Rally thanks local Safeway for action on farmed salmon

Submitted by Eddie Gardner, Chwk/Voice photos

 

e applaud Safeway’s sustainable seafood commitment, which is: "By 2015 all fresh and frozen seafood, as well as private labeled canned tuna will ...

Read more here »

 

 

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Entertainment

The Power of  Passion

Bif Naked plays the Chilliwack Cultural Centre Sept 27

Released by Rock.itboy.com

 

rom her beginnings as an orphan in India, to celebrated performing artist, and breast cancer survivor, BIF NAKED remains innovative, revolutionary, and inspiring.  

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Local News

Renegade Ride Ends Badly

Man on dirt bike without headlight involved in collision

Staff/Voice photos

 

hortly after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, a man riding a dirt bike without a headlight west on Chilliwack Central, broadsided a small pickup truck that was turning onto Walters St.

Read more here »

 

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Gravel Grapes

Deroche Dilemma

Tempers flare over mine allegedly not meeting permit obligations

Submitted by Frank Marasco, Deroche

 

ith the Fraser Valley quickly being overrun with open mining (gravel pits, primarily in southern Aldergrove and Mission- Deroche areas) and tandem dump-trucks, the request for yet another large gravel ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Men's Health

The Role of Mind, Body & Spirit 

Speakers to talk about integrated prostrate cancer treatment

Released by Dale Erikson, PCCN/Website photo Dr. Hannah Nette

 

he Prostate Cancer Information and Awareness Group will be holding their regular monthly meeting on Thursday September 5th, 2013 ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

BC Politics

Muscling the Municipalities 

Metro marching to its own beat on incinerators

Released by Dermod Travis, IntegrityBC

 

arbage, or to use the more politically correct term "waste", is big business. Really big. It can also be a messy business, particularly when politicians get involved.

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Health News

'Family-Centered Health'

Pediatric-only ER opens at Surrey Memorial Hospital

Released by Fraser Health Authority/Photos courtesy of N. Abdulla

 

n 2012, about 18,000 children were treated in Surrey Memorial ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Entertainment

A Week of Wednesdays 

Film Festival features six films in six weeks

Released by CCAC

 

ilm buffs can once again take part in Chilliwack's film festival over 6 weeks beginning with Mud on October 2 and ending November 6 with the Intouchables at Cottonwood 4 Cinemas on Luckakuck Way.

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Local News

Take Care in the Chair  

Man in wheelchair struck by vehicle Staff/Voice photos

 

irst Responders and BC Ambulance paramedics were called out to Hodgins Ave. and Yale Rd. just after 9 p.m. ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

City Hall News

In the Zone 

Mounties alert drivers of school start Sept 3 

Released by Chilliwack City Hall/Voice file photo

 

s students head back to school on Tuesday, Chilliwack's 'Safer City' program partners are reminding ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Lifestyle

Healing and Well-Being 

Workshop Sept 15 based on the studies of Dr. Donald Epstein 

Submitted by Janet Newport, Amethyst Bookstore

 

he Twelve Stages of Healing offers us fascinating insights into the complex relationship between mind, emotions, and body, and shows us how we can use these insights to promote greater ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Crime News

Stolen Tools No Blast for Owner

Cash reward offered for return of specialized items

Sourced by Voice staff

 

he following items were stolen from a car in the Coast Hotel parking lot on the night of Aug.18th; Four ICOM handheld VHF air band radios, a custom electronic firing board in a grey Pelican ...

Read more here »

 

 

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Theatre

Honing in on Talent

Theatre Junkies workshop for young actors begins Sept 28

Submitted by Megan Mackenzie, TJ

 

his workshop will be taught by TJA's Artistic Director Megan Mackenzie (BA in Theatre; BEd in Theatre Education) and will focus on the already present acting skills ...

Read more here »

 

 Feature Story      Fri., Aug. 30, 2013

                     

It's Only Rock 'n Roll

Party in the Park wraps up with stellar performances

Staff/Voice photos

 

he final Party in the Park, hosted by the Downtown Business Improvement Association ...

Read more here  »

 

 

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Local News

Crossing Collision Claims Life

Car slams into moving train

Staff/Voice photos

 

n MVI involving a CN train took the life of one person Monday after the vehicle they were traveling in hit a ...

Read more here »

 

 

 

 

 

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