Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Lifestyle

Made in Deroche

Farmers Market gets going

By Cynthia Berge, Deroche

 

very Friday local vendors set up their tents in the parking lot of the FVRD Access Centre in beautiful downtown Deroche.

 

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Real Estate News

May Market Enigma

Sales can't keep up with demand in Chilliwack

By Steve Lerigny, CADREB

 

sunny and hot month of May helped boost an already hot real estate market in Chilliwack and area. A total of 321 homes sold last month, compared to 278 in May of 2014, representing a 17% spike in year-over-year sales.

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Health

And the Survey Says...

My Health My Community survey results

Released by Fraser Health

 

ven though every community in Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) and Fraser Health (FH) beat the Canadian average for physical activity guidelines, as many as one in four residents are considered obese, a major risk factor for chronic disease onset.

 

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

FVRL News

Extra! Read All About It

What's going on at the libraries June 7 - July 4

By Andrea Spenst, FVRL

 

hroughout June, Sardis, Chilliwack and Yarrow Libraries will be celebrating National Aboriginal...

 

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Fed Gov't News

All About Caring

Tories establish longer claims periods for family caregivers

By Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

ark Stahl, MP for Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon highlighted Employment and Social Development Minister Pierre Polievre’s announcement that proposes to increase financial support for...

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Health

Stuck for a Doc? Use PAM

Automated phone service makes finding a doc easy

By Asma Farooq, CDFP

 

ommunity members from Chilliwack to Boston Bar who do not have a family doctor or nurse practitioner can just ‘call PAM’ (Patient Attachment Mechanism). PAM is a dedicated phone line that serves as a single point of contact for local...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Veterans

Five Viewpoints

Veterans air office closure concerns on video

Released by PSAC

 

eterans say they feel abandoned by the Conservative government...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Entertainment

Arias to Assist

St Mary's benefit concert to feature young talent June 12

By Paula DeWitt, submitted by Lynne Preston, CSO

 

he Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus love the community of Chilliwack and they want to give back.  

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Entertainment

A World of Music

Harrison Festival of the Arts July 11-19 featuring world-class musicians

By Mel Dunster, HFS

 

he Harrison Festival of the Arts is known around the world for its creative and diverse programming. That 37-year-old tradition...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Theatre

Drawing Back the Curtain  

UFV announces new season of greats

Released by UFV Theatre

 

niversity of the Fraser Valley’s Theatre department will once... 

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Sports

It's a Wrap 

Curl BC honours teams and athletes of the year

By Ellie Lambert, Curl BC

 

team of national champions, a five-time Purple Heart recipient and a lifelong volunteer were among the recipients of the 2015 Curl BC Annual Awards.

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story       June 4, 2015

 

Saving Crystal

Blue Ribbon Report on Crime Reduction falls short on mental health

Staff/Voice photos

 

ou can spot the raw underbelly of Chilliwack coming a block away. Bedraggled. Drifting aimlessly.

 

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 5, 2015

Health

Some Hot Tips on How to Stay Cool  

Health agencies share advice about avoiding the heat

By Tasleem Juma, FHA

 

nvironment Canada has issued a special weather statement for hot weather for Whistler, Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley, Howe Sound, and the Sunshine Coast.

 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 5, 2015

RCMP News

Bad Moon Rising

Pedestrian fights for life, hit & run driver facing charges

By Cpl. M. Rail, UFVRD Chwk

 

local man faces criminal charges for failing to stop after a motor vehicle collision with a pedestrian on Thursday night. 

 

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story      June 7, 2015

 

Everyone Loves a Parade

Yarrow Days is ground zero for early June fun

Staff/Voice photos

 

t’s been said that nowhere but in a small town do people know what you’re going to do even before you do it.

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 8, 2015

Native News

The Best Start

MLA Throness secures funding for new child care spaces

Released by the BC Gov't

 

s part of Child Care Month in B.C., the provincial government is investing $416,163 under the BC Early Years...  

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 8, 2015

The Arts

Clay Pride

Exhibit features over 30 Chilliwack potters

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

LAY 2015ť, our next Exhibit at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre's Gallery, is a 40th Anniversary...

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 8, 2015

Event

If You Wish For It

3rd Annual Princess and Pirates Tea fundraiser June 14 in Langley

By Samantha Brum, CWFC

 

he Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada - BC & Yukon Chapter, is thrilled to present the 3rd Annual Princess...

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

School News

Community Fabric

Teacher looks for mystery quilter

By Paula Aquino, Chilliwack

 

bout three years ago, a wonderful woman who was no longer able to quilt donated her amazing... 

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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Community

Media is the Message

Local groups and agencies gain insights from experts

By Sabine Mendez, CHC

 

shoestring budget leaves most non-profits and community organizations with little money for marketing, so how do they tell their story?

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The Arts

Kid Heaven

Talented trio of instructors to deliver a summer of fun

By Catalina Turingan, CCAC

 

hilliwack Community Arts Council proudly announces that three...

 

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Ryder Lake Rub

A Community Together

Ryder Lake Ramble June 13-14 could use a few extra hands

By Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

s many of you will know Patrick and I spent a week in Vancouver at the end of May getting his hip replacement done. This has put me behind a bit on getting volunteers for the upcoming Ryder Lake Ramble...

 

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Crime

Roundup

Chilliwack street news

Staff/Voice photos

 

ust after midnight Sunday, an Emergency Response Team member, who happened to be driving by Triple Play Pub, found himself in a tight spot while attempting to...

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Event

Rock & a lot of Roll!

70 events in 16 days promises to keep riders rolling

Sophie/Nathan velopalooza.ca

 

elopalooza, a two-week festival of bike fun in Vancouver, is set to start Friday, June 12th and run until Sunday, June 28th.

 

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Pipeline News

Wheeling and Dealing

Stephen wants halt to Kinder Morgan offers after City declines

By Ian Stephen, WaterWealth

 

he WaterWealth Project, an intervenor in the National Energy Board Hearing on Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project, have submitted a motion to the National Energy Board asking them...

 

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Theater

Inspired by Broadway

Confectioners Cabaret brings songs with whipped cream on top 

By Secondary Characters, Chilliwack

 

ur annual Cabaret brings together talented performers from around the Fraser Valley, with an unmatched selection...

See more here

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Prose

River of Thought

Poetry to inspire 

By Lisa Knowles

 

ike a lot of people, Lisa Knowles enjoys taking time out to relax and unwind on the banks of the Fraser River and sometime write poems.

        She draws inspiration from that, and from some of the characters she meets along the way.

 

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Women's News

Toronto Tootsies Treated

New Guinness World Record set for most pedicures

Released by Amopé™

 

oday, Amopé, the newest brand of RB; a world leader in foot...

 

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Local Politics

Java with John

Schmooze with MLA Martin over coffees June 13

By Desmond Devnich, CA to MLA John Martin

 

hilliwack MLA John Martin hosts his regular 'Java with John' drop-in coffee event this Saturday, June 13 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. ...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Farm News

Sustainable Farm

UBC Dairy Education Centre in Agassiz picks up national award

Released by DFC

 

airy Farmers of Canada (DFC) is proud to announce Perryhill Farm's Dwayne and Becky Perry...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Community

Under One Roof

A lesson for Chilliwack about neighbourhood houses

Released by Gordon Neighbourhood House

 

t Gordon Neighbourhood House we evaluate the impact of our work together using a variety of methods.
        Here is a snapshot of some of the fun we had last month:

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story      June 11, 2015

 

Strings Attached

Harrison Festival showcases artists instruments from far-off mystical places

By Mel Dunster/Submitted photos

 

he Kora. The Ngoni. The Zheng Zither. Visitors to this year's Harrison Festival of the Arts running July 11 to 19 in beautiful Harrison...

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 12, 2015

RCMP News

The Unreported Crime

Learn signs and symptoms of elder abuse June 15

Released by Cpl. M. Rail, RCMP UFVRD

 

hat can we do to stop elder abuse? This question is often asked of Darlene Wahlstrom, coordinator of Chilliwack Victim Services and Michelle Wulff from Chilliwack Crime Prevention Services. 

 

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 12, 2015

Community

Fresh as the Farm

Chilliwack Market open until Oct 10

Staff/Voice photos

 

espite competition from several major events in Chilliwack, and the fact that crops aren't being harvested yet, the highly anticipated market got off to a roaring...

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 13, 2015

FVRL News

Extra! Read All About It

What's going on at the libraries July and August

By Andrea Spenst, FVRL

 

his year's Summer Reading Club theme is Build It!, and you'll find tons of opportunities to build your imagination all summer long at Fraser Valley Regional Library (FVRL)!

 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 13, 2015

Entertainment

The Orbison Way

Roy Orbison tribute act June 27 at The Cultch

By Rock.It Boy Entertainment

 

he BIG O was unmistakable with his trademark sunglasses, his distinctive, powerful voice, his complex compositions and the dark emotional ballads we all love. From 1960 to ’64 Roy Orbison landed 22 songs on the Billboard Top 40...

 

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

SPCA News

Bee Season

Planting the perfect bee-friendly garden

By Kristina Matisic, SPCA Van

 

ritish Columbians are encouraged to plant bee-friendly plants and flowers in their backyards and flower boxes this month.

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Business

Take Me to Your Leader

Staying connected with the family business

By Mark Blendheim, SBBC

 

he busy mum of two knows and business mogul knows a thing or two about balancing family and business. Tina Lee will share her transition story when taking the reigns of Canada’s largest Asian supermarket chain from her mother Cindy...

 

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Local Politics

Supporting FV Agriculture

MLA Martin tells us his top reasons for eating local

Released by the BC Gov't Caucus

 

n anticipation of a visit by Opposition MLAs to the University of the Fraser Valley this week, Chilliwack MLA John Martin prepared a Top 10 list of reasons why the agriculture industry is flourishing throughout British...

 

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Sunday, June 14, 2015

Health

Filling in the Gaps

A GP for Me physician recruitment strategy

Released by Asma Farooq, CDFP

 

he Chilliwack Division of Family Practice is seeing early successes after it introduced a physician recruitment and retention strategy that aims to ensure there are enough family doctors available to meet current and future primary...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Seniors

Only the Lonely

New Horizons Program counters social isolation

By Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

ark Stahl, MP for Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon highlighted, Minister of Seniors, Honourable Alice Wong's announcement that proposals for the New Horizons Seniors Program are being accepted from May 29, 2015 to July 10, 2105...

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Sunday, June 14, 2015

Cultus Lake News

The Park is Mine

Survey, pets, wildlife, good neighbours and more

By Christine Woodward, CLPB

 

ear, raccoon and other wild animal sightings take place from time to time, which is not unusual given...

 

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 14, 2015

Local News

Accidents, Arrests

Chilliwack street news roundup

Staff/Voice photos

 

ust after 5 p.m. on Tuesday, emergency crews responded to reports of a five-vehicle pileup at the Evans Rd. rail crossing. No one was injured, however...

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story    June 14, 2015

 

Breast Friends

Spirit Abreast paddlers set lofty goals for this season

By Sherry Dunn, Spirit Abreast Dragon Boat Club

ur team of breast cancer survivors and supporters are celebrating the "20 year Paddle Party" for Abreast in a Boat in False Creek...

 

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 Feature Story     June 16, 2015

 

In the Heat of the Night

Suspicious fire destroys apartment block

Staff/Voice photos

hen the Chilliwack Fire Department got the call Monday that a fire had broken out in a three-storey apartment complex... 

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Ryder Lake Rub

Good Neighbours

Ryder Lake Ramble busy despite airport advertising snub

By Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

y sincere thanks to the 50-plus volunteers who all helped put on this year's Ryder Lake Ramble. Another great community event that just would not happen without the help and support of Ryder Lake's friends and neighbours.

 

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

City News

A Note of Appreciation

Dean's List grad student excels in City job

Staff/Voice photo

 

he City knows a good hiring prospect when they see one. Such was the case with Jessica Clark...

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Thursday, June 18, 2015

Music

Ready to Rock

Leave the Living to play Echo Room - cancelled

Jon Asher, Ashermediareleations

 

reaking necks with their punishing riffs, incredible breakdowns backed by wrenching screams and a heavy brutal groove assault, Red Deer, AB’s LEAVE...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Sports

Soccer Anyone?

3rd Annual FLO kids camp looking for a few good feet

Carol Goh, Chilliwack

 

orever Loving Others (FLO) is a non-profit sports camp who are just kicking off their third season in Chilliwack and looking for new players.

        This year, North Vancouver and Kelowna have began FLO divisions.

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Foodies

As Guac as it Gets

Avocado popsicles and cheesecake ideas for a

Canada Day party

Amy Chen, Townhallbrands.com

 

elebrate Canada Day with an outdoor summer picnic that includes classic outdoor eats.  

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Veterans News

Bikes for Bucks

Iconic ride raises $500k for ill and injured veterans

Released by Wounded Warriors

 

ounded Warriors Canada is proud to announce that the participants of the 2015 Wounded Warriors Canada Battlefield Bike Ride have raised...   

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Native News

Missing Women Update

Police issue new report stats

Released by the RCMP

 

ne year after producing a comprehensive report on the issue of missing and murdered Aboriginal women in Canada, the RCMP has released an update that provides new data and analysis.

        The 2014 Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women: A National...

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 19, 2015

Local News

The Big Crunch

Police and emergency crews taxed by cavalcade of vehicle accidents

Staff/Voice photos

 

t was a Black Friday on Chilliwack roads as vehicles smashed and bashed into each other from one end of the city to the other.

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story    June 19, 2015

 

Rolling for a Cure

Vancouver and Chilliwack Ride to Live heroes raise $150K for the cause

Staff/Voice photos

 

ccording to the stats, one-in-eight men will get prostrate cancer in their lifetimes. On Sunday, May 31, motorcycle riders  

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Event

Party Hardy

Canada Day celebrations a great family day in Abby

Erin Nesci, PCU

 

t’s Canada’s birthday and everyone’s invited. No one throws a party like the community of Abbotsford, so you won’t want to miss out.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Lifestyle

Arts & Gardens

3rd Annual Deroche Tour June 27

By Cynthia Berge, ACES

 

ctively Creating an Exceptional Society (ACES) hosts their 3rd annual Art & Garden Tour, Saturday, June 27.  The event, which is a fund-raiser for ACES, showcases beautiful gardens and the studios of amazing artists and artisans from Deroche to Mount Woodside.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Farm News

Future Food

Professionals share their expertise on where food will come from on June 24

UBC Board of Change

 

oin us in the yurt at the UBC Farm as our panelists discuss how BC's food industry has come together to try to overcome the challenges facing food production in the coming years. A tour of the UBC Farm will follow the panel discussion.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 20, 2015

Community

Trucks to Tiaras

Children's Wish supporters raise a whopping $30k

By Samantha Brum, CWF

 

his past weekend saw two successful events to benefit the BC & Yukon Chapter of The Children’s Wish Foundation of...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Event

Art for Art's Sake

Downtown event highlights local talent

By Catalina Turingan, CCAC

 

he Chilliwack Community Arts Council, in partnership with Downtown Chilliwack BIA, presents Art Under The Umbrella. Enjoy a fun-filled day with your family along the downtown streets of Chilliwack on Saturday, July 11, 2015. There will be art presentations...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Event

Music in the Air

Get ready for another season of Music and More

By Catalina Turingan, CCAC

 

hilliwack Community Arts Council in partnership with the City of Chilliwack, Chilliwack Libraries, Chilliwack Academy of Music presents...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Community

Dragon Ladies

Pulling for a cause

By Sherry Dunn, Spirit Abreast

 

pirit Abreast on Cultus Lake after practice, a pink ribbon links our paddles for the 20th year Abreast in a Boat Paddle Party...  

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story      June 21, 2015

 

Just Ask the Kids

Harrison Festival sets aside a fun day for children July 15

By Mel Dunster, Harrison Festival of the Arts

he annual program for Harrison Festival of the Arts' Children's Day has consistently included...

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Monday, June 22, 2015

Art

Kaleidoscope of Colour

Art show June 25-27 at the Coast

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

wenty members of the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association are bringing their art work in “A Kaleidoscope of Colour and Design” to the beautiful Coast Hotel in Chilliwack, on the June 25-27, from 11am and 7pm daily.
 

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 22, 2015

Fire Dept News

In A Cloud of Smoke

Crews keep fire away from main barns on Greendale farm

Released by Chief I. Josephson

 

t 2:46 p.m. Sunday afternoon, firefighters from Fire Halls 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 responded to a structure fire in the 6000-block of Blackburn Road. Upon arrival, fire crews found a fully-involved, one-storey workshop located on a mushroom farm property.

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 22, 2015

Street News

Roundup

Police arrest cyclist with crossbow and more

Staff/Voice photos

 

olice extracted and detained a man last Tuesday after he barricaded himself in his residence at a townhouse in the 9200-block of Corbould.

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Fire News

Big Bang Theory

Explosion wakes sleepy neighbourhood

Staff/Voice photos

 

esidents of a two-storey home in the 9000-block of McNaught Rd. were lucky to escape serious injury early Tuesday after being jolted awake by an explosion.

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story     June 24, 2015

 

Over the Hills and Far Away

Super senior sets sights on Ten Bikes for Ten Kids in 28 days

Staff/Voice photos

hese days, people do cross-country jaunts for all kinds of reasons. But none are more dignified than raising money for kids...

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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Sports

Play Ball!

Collegiate league loads Chilliwack bases 

By Lee Rogers, GM, FVCBG

 

he Fraser Valley Collegiate Baseball Group is pleased to announce that there will be a college baseball team playing...

 

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Event

True Patriots Party

Canada Day celebrations culminate with fireworks

By Trevor McDonald

 

anada Day celebrations in Chilliwack start with the traditional Kiwanis pancake breakfast at 8:00 a.m. ...

 

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Cultus Lake News

Burn Ban

Sorry, no campfires in the park starting June 27

Released by CLPB

 

ou can still sing, just not around a campfire. Cultus Lake Park Board issued the following statement:

        Please be advised that effective noon Saturday June 27, Cultus Lake Park and Sunnyside Campground will be under a fully enforced fire ban.

See more here

 

 

Friday, June 26, 2015

On the Road

Don't Worry, Be Appy

New app covers local Chilliwack transit 

Andrea Peach, Mind Sea Media

 

e are officially live in the App Store! We’ve introduced real time data capability, Apple Watch integration and almost 4x the number of supported cities and transit authorities!

 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Farm News

New ALC Act a Major 'Concern'

Will more farmland be chewed up under panels?

Brent Mansfield, Director, BC Food Systems Network

 

e’ve been waiting to exhale – says Brent Mansfield, Director of the BC Food Systems Network...

 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Op Ed

Smart Meter Battle Still Rages

Noble: 'We want our money back'

Submitted by Ron and Kathy Read, Agassiz for Sharon Noble

 

hat did ITRON know and when did they know it? They knew these smart meters were dangerous and they knew from the very beginning.

 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Op Ed

Rescue Us

Trains are 'touring refrigerated farmer's markets'

By Myrtle Macdonald, M.Sc., Chilliwack

 

am poor and cannot donate anything except to speak out and write to politicians to try to wake them up. I cannot afford to buy organic vegetables. Our farmer's market should not charge...  

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Health News

Air Downgraded

Those with difficulty breathing advised to remain indoors

Releases by Metro Vancouver and Environment Canada

 

etro Vancouver was first to sound the alarm just before 4 p.m. Saturday...

See more here

 

 

Saturday, June 27, 2015

Ryder Lake Rub

Treading Water

Hot, dry weather puts strain on Ryder Lake H2O stocks

By Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

have had several questions regarding where residents can access water.
        The City of Chilliwack operates the Bailey Road Water Station. This allows residents to access the City water system at no additional cost.

See more here

 

 

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Op Ed

A Safer Ride

Sometimes doing everything right isn't enough

Staff/Voice file photo

 

ast week, while most traffic was making the morning commute westward, I was lucky...

 

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Monday, June 29, 2015

Event

Art Au Naturel

'Changing Faces of Nature' gallery show July 6-31

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

everal members of the Chilliwack Visual Artists Association, are very happy to participate in an exhibition of their art work, from July 6th to July 31st, in the...

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 29, 2015

Crime News

Au Pair Scam

Chilliwack woman sentenced for counselling foreign nationals to lie

Released by the CBSA

 

n June 16, 2015, Elizabeth “Lisa” Large, doing business as International Au Pair Canada, International Au Pair and International Homestays, was sentenced for counselling foreign nationals to misrepresent...

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 29, 2015

Fire Dept News

Shed Fire

CFD says arson again

Released by Asst. Fire Chief M. Bourdon

 

n June 26, 2015 at approximately 4:45 a.m., the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire located in the 46000-block of Fourth Avenue. On arrival, fire crews saw a detached garage fully involved with fire.

 

 

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Fed Gov't News

Behaving Badly

Gov't can seize your bank account says activist

By Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland

 

ave you been listening to any of the internet chatter out there about the major banks operating in Canada and the new “bail-in” rules? And just what are the new banking “bail-in” rules compared to...

 

See more here

 

 

Monday, June 29, 2015

Health

Avoiding a Sick Summer

Warm weather leads to foodborne illness

Released by BCCDC

 

ummertime means more outdoor barbeques and picnics, but it can also mean an increased risk...

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story   June 29, 2015

 

Festival Calling

Annual Harrison Festival of the Arts features family events, music from around the world July 11-19

Mel Dunster, HFS

 

eautiful British Columbia is home to a vast and diverse community of professional artisans...

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Pipeline News

All About the Cash

Pipe Up rails against Kinder Morgan

By Justine Nelson, Pipe Up

 

wantlen Polytechnic University announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Transmountain Pipelines, owned by Kinder Morgan, to accept $300,000...

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Fed Gov't News

Crime of the Century

Strahl applauds stiffer penalties for drinking drivers

By Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

ark Strahl MP for Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon is applauding legislation introduced by the Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of Justice...

 

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