Friday, May 1, 2015

Letters

Super Support

Voice reader asks Transport Canada to lift the restrictions on Mathieson's flights

Rick Nicholas, Chilliwack

 

am taking the time to write this in hopes of communicating my deep...

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 Feature Story   Fri, May 1, 2015

 

Cultivating Farmers

School looks forward to planting Robertson Ave field

Staff/Voice photos

 

ost of the Sardis Senior Secondary (SSS) students at their school farm official...

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Foodies

Spot On!

Oceanside Prawn Festival May 17 at Fisherman's Warf

Amy Chen for Chef's Festival Soc.

 

oin The Chefs' Table Society of British Columbia for a free, family-friendly festival on... 

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Crime

Roundup

Last week of April busy for police and fire

Staff/Voice file photo

 

woman walking past the Young Rd. post office at around 6:30 p.m. last Friday, reported she saw a flash and heard a loud...

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Local News

City Nixes Parade

Battle of the Atlantic Sunday may be the last one in Chilliwack

Staff/Voice file photo

 

his Sunday marks the day local veterans and cadets honour those who lost their lives in the Battle of the...

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Saturday, May 2, 2015

Fire Dept News

Abandoned House Burns

Arson suspected, CFD looks to public for tips

Released by Asst. Fire Chief M. Bourdon/Voice photos

 

t 3:25 a.m. on Friday, May 1st, firefighters from Chilliwack Fire Halls 1 and 4 responded to a structure fire in the 9000-block of College Street.

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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Finance

Help for Home Buyers

TFSA contributions could mean an easier down payment

By Jason Brown, Envision

 

ast week, the federal government unveiled its 2015 budget and announced an increase to the annual contribution limit for tax-free savings accounts (TFSA) to $10,000. 

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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Arts

'Paint the Park'

Raku in the Valley workshop May 23

By Catalina Turingan, CAC

 

he Chilliwack Community Arts Council, in partnership with Rainforest Pottery, proudly presents Raku In The Valley Pottery Workshop and Paint The Park. This fun-filled family event will be held at Thompson Park on Chilliwack Lake Road.

 

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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Fed Gov't News

Beyond the Call

Police, SAR, fire and paramedics among those eligible for commendations

Released by the Gov't of Canada, PSC

 

he Honourable Steven Blaney, Canada's Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, (Friday) launched the inaugural call for applications for the Ministerial...

 

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Sunday, May 3, 2015

Community

Second Hand News

Ann Davis Thrift Store grand reopening May 29

Released by ADTS

 

nn Davis Transition Society (ADTS) would like to announce the grand re-opening of Ann’s...

 

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 Feature Story  Mon, May 4, 2015

 

Wife Always Knows Best   

Treasure Hunters locate exact double of lost wedding band in the same spot

By Mark Lewis, Fraser Valley Treasure Hunters

have a very interesting story for you, get comfy, get your favourite beverage...

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

School News

Musical Buses

Teacher accepts award, prods Board to act on bus bylaw

Staff/Voice photos

 

ocal music teacher, Janine Webster, was honoured at the last School Board meeting with the BC Music Educators...

 

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Sports

My Truck is Like Woah!

Monster machines a smash hit in Chilliwack

Staff/Photos by Will Snow, Chwk

 

arning: Loud Noise. For over two hours last Saturday, The Monster X Truck Tour crunched, crashed, bashed and bounced... 

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Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Real Estate News

Low Interest Rate Stimulating Sales

CADREB says house market robust, apartment sales picking up steam

By Steve Lerigny, CADREB

 

ncreased consumer confidence and strong home sales throughout the province are starting to put pressure on home prices.

        Once again, monthly sales easily outpaced April of 2014, as 281 homes sold...

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Event

Catching the Valley Vibes

Markets, food, music at "Kick Off to Summer" July 10 at Tradex

By Laine Ogilvie, Tourism Abbotsford

 

he Tourism Abbotsford Society is excited to announce a new, family-friendly Fraser Valley event happening this summer on Friday, July 10th at Tradex in...

 

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Thursday, May 7, 2015

Live Ent

Falling Down Funk

Mad Pudding whips up a spatula-lickin' good show for May 23 fundraiser

By Mel Dunster, HFS

 

eltic funk legends Mad Pudding will be returning to Harrison Hot Springs...

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 Feature Story Thurs, May 7 2015

 

Police Raid Drug Den 

Four arrested, city slaps no occupancy order on Rotary Drive home

Released by Cpl. M. Rail, RCMP

n May 6, at approximately 1:00 p.m., officers of the RCMP Crime Reduction Unit supported...

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Friday, May 8, 2015

Local News

La Marche

71st Battle of the Atlantic ceremony remembers sacrifices

Staff/Voice photos

 

hilliwack City Hall red tape meant that there was no usual parade at the Battle of the Atlantic...

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Friday, May 8, 2015

Community

Ride On!

Cottonwood Mall Heart & Stroke Big Bike riders raise almost $8K

Staff/Voice photos

 

he familiar big red centipede rolled through Chilliwack on the Heart and Stroke fundraiser last Monday.

 

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 Feature Story Sun., May 9, 2015

 

Fighting Fish with Fish   

Aquilini brothers interested in land-based fish farms 

Staff/Voice photos

t's been an epic store-by-store battle for Stó:lō elder Eddie Gardner. For years, he’s been trying to get open...

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Crime

Crime Roundup

Knife incidents, a drug arrest and more

Staff/Voice photos

 

tranquil Sunday in  Chilliwack was suddenly swarming with police cruisers downtown at around 11:30 p.m. after reports...

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

World News

Strong Quake Rocks Nepal

First-hand account of the earthquake Tuesday

Released by Unicef

 

he following is a first-hand account from Kent Page, a Canadian working in Kathmandu as part of UNICEF's response in Nepal:

 

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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Health

Ticked Off!

How to avoid and spot Lyme disease

Released by the Public Health Agency of Canada

 

yme disease is a serious illness that is present in Canada and spreading. Canadians at risk...

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Art

Liberally Artistic

Art33 show runs from May 14 to June 6 at The Cultch

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

RT33 is an exhibition of artwork from School District 33's senior high students, juried by their teachers. The work shown reflects the wide variety of art instruction available at each of the three high schools from tradition 2D and 3D techniques to more...

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Local News

Community Fabric

Volunteers stitch it all together

Staff/Voice photos

 

undraisers are a big part of the tapestry of any community. People getting together in different venues for various causes.

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Sports

Training Day

Former Super Bowl champ in town to work with kids May 15-18

By Rod Hudson, Chwk Huskers

 

his is just a quick reminder that the Valley Huskers Spring Football Camp will be taking place... 

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Health

Doin' it for Dad

Fathers Day Walk set for June 21 in Chilliwack

By Dale Erikson, PCCN Chwk

 

s we move closer to Father’s Day, I am asking you to step up the fight of prostate cancer and support the men you love.

        If you would like to participate in the walk, please register here. If you do, please join the PCCN Chilliwack Team as we have...

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Community

I Want to Ride my Bicycle

Popular annual bike auction is back May 30

By Kathy Funk, CRJYAA

 

uy a bike and support a great cause at the same time. Saturday, May 30th, 2015 will be the day Chilliwack Restorative Justice and Youth Advocacy Association will be hosting their annual

 

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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Community

Lemonade for Life

Kids across the country to raise money for Nepal earthquake victims May 22

By Cathy Tibbles, Chilliwack

 

egan, 9, from Chilliwack, is going to raise money at her...

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 Feature Story  Wed, May 13

 

Meet Me at the Market

Eco Market opens for the 2015 season 

Released by C Floystrop/Voice photos

he Eco Market announces its Grand Opening for the 2015 season with Ladies Night...

 

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Community

Backbone of the Community

Prospera employees help Chilliwack on Day of Caring

By Tashon Ziara, Prospera CU

 

rospera Credit Union has been participating in an annual Day of Caring for three years now...

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Television

The Thrill of it All

Airshow returns with four  episodes including appearances by Super Dave

By Kaila Sept, Great Pacific

 

t takes a special breed of pilot to risk their life for thrills and little financial gain. Now, the uniquely told story of courage and danger is back as these intriguing...

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Business

Saying Goodbye

Family sells canyon Airtram after three decades

By Debbie McKinney, HGA

 

am no longer employed by Hell’s Gate Airtram (HGA). Our family business sold in September of last year.

We have learned many skills over the 30+ years and had the opportunity to implement changes and build Hell’s Gate Airtram and the...

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Health

Sharing Strategies

Chilliwack and Agassiz forums on GP for Me

By Asma Farooq, CDFP

 

uring the next week, the Chilliwack Division of Family Practice will be hosting community forums in Chilliwack and in Agassiz on May 19 and 21, respectively. We would like to invite you to join us as we share A GP for Me strategies that aim to improve access and attachment to...

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

Ryder Lake Rub

Community News Celebration of Life, garden clean-up, workshop and more

By Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

he Hall Garden clean-up scheduled for May 26 has been moved a week earlier to May 19 as there is a wedding scheduled for May 23. We will meet at the Hall at 10am. Some volunteers wishing to help with the annual inventory of Hall...

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Thursday, May 14, 2015

On the Road

In the Zone 

Drivers need extra caution with road workers and emergency crews

By Lennae Durant, Worksafe

 

undreds of roadside work zones will be set up around British Columbia this summer. Thousands of drivers will travel through those “cone zones”, and it is likely that many roadside workers will be hit and seriously

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Opinion

Palestinians are People Too 

"Harper’s Threats to Israel’s Boycotters"

By Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland

 

kay, let me get this straight. Harper has announced that he and his government will severely punish anybody or any agency that signs onto the...

 

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Friday, May 15, 2015

Local News

A Bad Corner 

Firefighters rescue trapped man, City ignores problem

Staff/Voice photos

 

ust after 5 p.m. last Saturday, a small hatchback carrying a man and woman drove off Prest Rd. at the corner near...

 

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 Feature Story   May 15, 2015

 

Ready When You  Are

Emergency Preparedness Day in Chilliwack 

Staff/Voice photos

t's been said that in the event of an emergency, people only use 50 per cent of their ability to function — the rest is in a flap.

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Live Music

Vibrant Vivace! 

Vancouver tenors visit Chilliwack May 30

By Lynne Preston, CSO

 

ive music is alive and well in Chilliwack and the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra & Chorus are definitely leading the trend. Having almost...

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Community

Soft Pedal 

Join mayor Gaetz May 27 in a celebratory "Bike to Work Week" ride around Chilliwack

ByTerri-Lynn Gifford, Langley

 

n Wednesday, May 27 residents are invited to join Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz on a group bike ride from Sardis to Chilliwack on their way to work or school.

  

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Opinion

The Grain Drain 

Are Cargill and Monsanto planet-killers?

By Myrtle MacDonald, M.Sc., Chwk

 

o you people know about Cargill? They are the buyers and distributers of grain. The only grain elevators I saw in the wheat-growing areas of western Canada were Cargill owned. They are massive.  

 

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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Crime

Foxtrot Alpha 

Thug on a bicycle arrested with a handgun

Staff/Voice photos

 

olice detained three people on bicycles at 2 a.m. Saturday on Main Street for an alleged weapon complaint.

 

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 Feature Story      May 17, 2015

 

Playground

Spectacular!

Omni's, Oodles and Dinoflexes

Kristina Laven, Habitat Systems/Submitted photos

vans Elementary is proud to announce the opening of their new playground.  The school’s previous...

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Sports

Kayak-Ready 

Paddling club supplies everything needed but you

By Barb Taylor, CCE

 

ow that the Spring weather is upon us, The Chilliwack Centre of Excellence Paddling Club have started their twice weekly lake paddles; Saturdays 10am – noon...

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Monday, May 18, 2015

The Arts

Brave New World 

Experimenting with digitally produced art

Staff/Submitted images

 

hat do you get, when an elderly woman, who's painted with brush and easels her whole life, gets hold of some digital prepress programs?

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Federal Gov't

Five Easy Pieces 

Tories focus on visually impaired, veterans, the arts, youth jobs

Released by Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

ark Strahl MP for Chilliwack Fraser Canyon highlighted Industry Minister James Moore’s announcement that Canada will join the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to...

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Community

Baby Steps 

Run for Mom event raises $22k for CGH Maternity Unit

By Lisa Luky, FVHCF

 

hat does it take to put on a fundraising event? It takes 23 sponsors, 15 service and supply donors...

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Monday, May 18, 2015

Crime

Bermuda Triangle of Crime 

Nefarious wave sweeps across Chilliwack

Staff/Voice photos

 

n terms of crime, this past weekend was as bad as it's ever been in Chilliwack, and the tsunami of lawlessness...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Event

Waterworld  

Take part in a stream health check May 23

By Ian Stephen, WWP

 

each Creek runs parallel to the Vedder River and serves as world-class spawning grounds for salmon & trout. As part of a streamkeeping program to assess and monitor the health of streams in the region, WaterWealth...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Business

Salt-of-the-Earth  

Learn how a simple plan went big at Vancouver mixer June 4 

By Mark Blenheim, SBBC 

 

ndrew Shepherd, Founder and CEO of Canada's first sea salt harvestry, Vancouver Island Salt Co., will discuss his journey from selling at local farmer's markets to scaling-up his operations to meet international...

 

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

On the Road

Bicycle Blues  

Stats indicate 670 cyclists injured and 6 die each summer 

Released by ICBC/Voice photos 

 

s we near Bike to Work Week (May 25 to 31), ICBC is urging drivers to watch out for cyclists as crashes involving cyclists' peak in summer when ridership increases.

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Entertainment

A Month of Music

Society hosts multiple May and June events

By Cora Price, FVBS 

 

he Fraser Valley Blues Society holds monthly Jam Sessions at the Eagles Hall, 33868 Essendene, Abbotsford. Musicians and audience alike are invited to enjoy an evening of live music. No cover charge but donations are gratefully...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Pipeline News

And Another View

Anti-pipeline group lauds city council decision to defer

By Michael Hale, Pipe-Up Network 

 

he offer of new bridge may be an attractive proposition for a City. Yet, on
May 19, the City of Chilliwack decided to defer a decision about participating in Kinder
Morgan’s “Community Benefits Program.”

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The Arts

Take Five

Meet the artists behind the "Layers" exhibit May 29

By Catalina Turingan, CCAC 

 

lease join us for the opening reception on May 29th from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Art Room where you will have an opportunity to visit our gallery, meet the artists and experience their art.

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Finance

The Dreaded Fun Tax

New Off-Road Vehicle Act fees to kick in June 1

By Jason Brown, Envision CU 

 

new registration system for off-road vehicle owners will become mandatory on Jun. 1. The regulations, which were introduced by the Ministry of Forests, Lands & Resources last November, stipulates owners of golf carts, dirt bikes, quads...

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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Women's News

Health Survey

Pregnant immigrant women in Chilliwack are invited to take part 

Released by the BCCDC

 

ewcomer women of reproductive age are invited to participate in a new health study about their environmental exposures to developmental toxicants such as lead and mercury.

 

See more here

 

 

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Farm News

Feeding the Need

Island farmers form food cartel in response to US drought

Released by Brent Mansfield, BC Food Systems Network

 

ast Friday, as Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee, joined California in declaring a state-wide drought... 

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Entertainment

Where the Love Is

Potvin and Kane return to Bozzini's July 14 on Heartbled White tour

By Mano, Bozzini's Restaurant

 

personally, can't wait for this performance. If you've seen 'em at Bozzini's or anywhere else before you know how good they are...

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Friday, May 22, 2015

Community

Spirit of Youth

Sardis student Sydney Torok picks up Prospera's Rising Star Award

By Tashon Ziara, Prospera Credit Union

 

ducation is one of the best ways that young people can ensure a financially sound future. Across BC, Prospera is helping students realize their dreams through the credit union’s Educational Awards Program.

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Crime

Park Shooting

Man injured in arm by BMX bike rider armed with a gun

Staff/Voice photos

 

eports that a male on a bicycle with a gun shot another man on a bicycle in the parking lot of the downtown library at Salish Park...

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Opinion

The Killing of Communities

Weapons suppliers benefit from Tories war on drugs

By Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland

 

ren’t we all glad that we don’t live in Waco, Texas? The headlines screamed yesterday’s morning news (May 18th) in most news outlets that members of five different rival motorcycle gangs...

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Saturday, May 23, 2015

Opinion

Split Conflicting Details in Bills

A dozen good reasons to vote the Tories out

By Myrtle Macdonald, M.Sc., Chilliwack

 

ere Mr. Harper are my challenges to you. I urge you to give us just, sensible, inspired, democratic government. It is sad that many of your supporters are unaware of all of the following...

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 Feature Story     May 23, 2015

 

Housing First: Humane and Effective

UFV professor delivers astounding report on homelessness in Chilliwack

Staff/Voice photos

he City's housing strategy acknowledges that addressing homelessness...

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Local News

Roundup

Chilliwack street news

Staff/Voice photos

 

ast Tuesday, uniformed and plainclothes RCMP officers busted a man at a home on Princess for apparently for dealing drugs elsewhere. Neighbours across the street remarked to each other...

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Sunday, May 24, 2015

Entertainment

James Rocks the House

The Cultch sold out for Canadian superstar

Staff/Voice photos

 

ack in 1988, you could have walked into one of the packed pubs on the A-circuit in Vancouver, such as the Town Pump in Gastown, and had your socks rocked off by Colin James...

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Monday, May 25, 2015

Letters

How Safe are Smart Meters?

Voice reader says batteries unstable, cause fires

By Kathy Read, Agassiz

 

t turns out that Smart Meters are more dangerous than any of us knew. No matter what BC Hydro or Fortis claim, these things are extremely dangerous. We have been led to believe that the meters have a Lithium ion battery installed in them.

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 Feature Story    May 25, 2015

 

A Community at Risk

Fire Department issues message to owners of abandoned houses

Released by Assistant Fire Chief M. Bourdon/Voice photos

t 8:15 a.m. on May 24th, firefighters from Chilliwack fire halls 1 and 4 responded to...

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Event

Mikey Likes It

Party at Luckakuck restaurant for KidSport

Released by MR MIKES Canada

 

n Saturday, June 27, MR MIKES® SteakhouseCasual is going to attempt to set an unofficial record uniting as many Mikes or Michaels as as possible across all of its...

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Letters

Post Mortem

Voice reader calls on City Hall to act on home delivery

By Ann Muehlebach, Chilliwack

 

recently received the following e-mail info to support a petition to keep door to door mail delivery. The e-mail was written by Susan Dixon of Cambridge, ON and I was impressed by its succinctly written description...

 

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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Women's News

Never Too Old To Rock 'n Roll

Granny in BC Pole Dancer Competitions

Released by Tantra Fitness

 

hile other 60-year-old women are taking up scrapbooking and...

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story     May 27, 2015

 

We Were Soldiers

Commemorative pin designed after "Victory Nickel" 

Released by Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl/Voice photos

 

n Friday May 22, at the Vedder Legion, Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Mark Strahl presented...

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Thursday, May 28, 2015

SPCA News

Play it by Ear

Social Media campaign to raise awareness about cat overpopulation

By Kristina Matisic

 

une is Cat Awareness month and animal lovers around the province are donning their cat ears in support...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Farm News

Dairy Tales

The 'Milkle- Down Effect" and how local farms mesh with communities

Released by Dairy Farmers Can

 

airy Farmers of Canada officially launched a public relations campaign today to begin a conversation with Canadians and generate support for Canadian dairy farmers and the country's supply...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Firefighter News

Train Spotting

New AskRail app lets firefighters see inside cars during emergencies

Released by Railway Assn of Can

 

anada’s railways are launching their new AskRail app, aimed at providing emergency responders with real-time information...

 

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story    May 28, 2015

 

As You Bike It

There's still time to get in on the Bike to Work Week Prague to Budapest trip for 2 draw

By Terri-Lynn Gifford, Bike to Work BC/Voice photos

hirty-five residents and Chilliwack Mayor Sharon Gaetz pedaled through Chilliwack this morning as...

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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Crime

Roundup

Chilliwack street news

Staff/Voice photos

 

olice dished out a lecture Tuesday to a man in a car on Bole Ave at around 2:30 p.m. It's not known why the driver was checked. That information has not been confirmed by Mounties.

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story     May 31, 2015

 

Steeled Determination

Matt Jensen: More women lift weights for fitness than men in Chilliwack

Staff/Voice photos

att Jensen looks like he can tear the doors off cars.

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