Thursday, July 2, 2015

Fire Dept News

Arson Again  

Fire Dept says pair of blazes deliberately set

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 4th Avenue. On arrival, fire crews saw a detached garage fully-involved with fire.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Fed Gov't News

Canada's 148th

What can you give to your country?

By Gov. Gen David Johnson

 

appy Canada Day, everyone! As governor general, I regularly meet with kind, generous and talented Canadians from coast to coast to coast.

        I'd like to take this opportunity to call on all Canadians to use...

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

BC Gov't News

Cash for Cops 

Liberals respond to local crime with funding for more police officers

Releases by the Gov't caucus

 

hilliwack will be receiving $729,121 as part of almost $75.2 million being invested into communities across B.C. to meet local needs  including more policing, new equipment, increased community....

 

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Community News

Under One Roof  

Chilliwack would love neighbourhood houses

Released by GNH

 

t Gordon Neighbourhood House we evaluate the impact of our work together using a variety of methods.

 

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Community News

Delicious Deroche  

Farmer's Market open until mid-October

By Cynthia Berge, ACES

 

he newly minted Deroche Farmer’s Market celebrates its grand opening Friday, July 3 from 3-7 p.m.

See more here

 

 

 Feature Story      July 2, 2015

 

Heavy Metal

Hot cars and cool crowds fill downtown Chilliwack for the annual Fortin's Village Classic Car Show

Staff/Voice photos

loud cover and a breeze gave an estimated 10,000 people at the 13th Annual Fortins Village Classic...

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Friday, July 3, 2015

Health

Bill a Step in the Wrong Direction

'Support. Don't Punish" campaign

By Donald MacPherson, CDPC

 

n June 26, we had a chance to change the narrative and show support for people around the...

 

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Friday, July 3, 2015

Food News

Canning Season

Learn how to preserve your local harvest

By Valley Permaculture Guild/Website photo

 

e have changed the location of the weekly blitzes to the Abbotsford Centre to accommodate more...

 

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Friday, July 3, 2015

Local News

Baby, You're a Firework!

Thousands take in local Canada Day celebrations

Staff/William Snow photos

 

ccording to a few different people, the Chilliwack Canada Day...

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Environment

Heat Wave Forces BC-Wide Campfire Ban

High temps continue to threaten forests

Released by the Gov't of BC

 

ffective at noon (Pacific time) on Friday, July 3, 2015, all open burning, including campfires and fireworks, will be prohibited throughout the majority of the province, Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations...

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

BC News

'Populist Uprising'

Translink vote indicates lack of trust says Ontario union

Released by the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113

 

he president of Toronto's 10,000-strong transit workers union says Vancouver's massive rejection of a sales tax increase to fund failed and increasingly expensive..

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Real Estate

Demand Outstrips Supply

June sales sizzle says Board

By Steve Lerigny, CADREB

 

he buyers are out there, but where are the listings? June was a banner month for home sales in Chilliwack and area, but the lack of listings are nudging prices up.

        Last month, a whopping 360 homes sold, up almost 27% and by far outpacing June of 2014 at 286 sales.

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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Community

Foodies, Goodies

Mikes Unite raises $30,000 for KidSport

By Dawn Tse, Peak Comm.

 

n Saturday, June 27, MR MIKES Steakhouse Casual saw hundreds of Mikes and Michaels gather as part of its unique "Mikes Unite" campaign. 

See more here

 

 

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Fire Dept News

Pushing Up Daisies

Another derelict north side house burns

Released by CFD Asst. Fire Chief M. Boudron/Photo P. Smith

 

t 11:00 p.m. on Friday, July 3rd, firefighters from Chilliwack Fire Halls 1 and 4 responded to a structure fire in the 46000-block...

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 Feature Story   Sat., July 4, 2015

 

A Summer to Remember

Chilliwack military musician takes his talent to Ottawa 

By 2nd Lt. James Benning, Public Affairs Officer, CG DND

ith their scarlet tunics and bearskin headdress, The Ceremonial Guard of the Canadian Armed Forces, The Band of the Ceremonial Guard and its Pipes and & Drums are the most recognizable...

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Sunday, July 5, 2015

Environment

No Tank You

Liberals need to include climate test in any 'new assessment'

By Sven Biggs, FEA/Website photo Karen Mahon

 

ast week, the Federal Liberal Party released the first planks of their environment platform, included within it is a commitment to enact an oil tanker ban on BC's north coast, effectively stopping Enbridge's Northern Gateway Pipeline from proceeding.

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Opinion

No Accountability

Mayors blindly support Translink spendthrift's waste of $6.5M taxpayer dollars

By Paul Seyler, Chilliwack

 

have a hard time remembering if I ever agreed with any union before, as normally they want to tell everyone how hard their membership has it, and how they always need more money.

 

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

RCMP News

How to Get Lost in the Woods

Couple spends five days outdoors after wrong turn

Released by Cpl. D.J. (Dave) Tyreman, RCMP Keremeos

 

n Monday June 22, 2015 at 8:36 p.m. the Keremeos RCMP received a report of two overdue hikers.

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 Feature Story         July 8, 2015

 

Strengthening Animal Care

BC Government introduces "National Dairy Code"

Released by the BC Gov't (with response from Mercy For Animals)

 

he B.C. government is adopting the National Dairy Code of Practice (Dairy Code) to improve...

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Friday, July 10, 2015

Local News

The Show Must Go On

Kathy Funk leaves indelible mark on Restorative Justice group

By Debbie Biggin, CRJYAA

 

hilliwack Restorative Justice & Youth Advocacy Association wishes to thank Executive Director Kathy Funk for her two years of service to the organization.  During her time with us Kathy helped to raise...

 

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Friday, July 10, 2015

RCMP News

Never Say Never

Cop recovers from injuries to run and ride again

By Cpl. Mike Rail, UFVRD

 

inishing the grueling Hawaii Ironman 70.3 is an amazing feat in itself, but the story of how an eighteen (18) year veteran of...

 

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 Feature Story      July 11, 2015

 

It Must Be the Music

The 2015 Harrison Festival kicks off today

By Mel Dunster, HFS

he 37th annual Harrison Festival of the Arts, running July 11-19 in beautiful Harrison Hot Springs...

 

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Sports

Totally Football

Huskers kick off 2015 season July 25

By Rod Hudson, Valley Huskers

 

xcitement is starting to build for the Valley Huskers upcoming football season. After a great spring training camp Coach Smith is optimistic that his team building plans...

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Community

No Experience Needed

Valley kids' jobs spell fun in the sun this summer

By Tashon Ziara, PCU

 

iven the opportunity and encouragement, every teen has the potential to be a leader. BC’s YES! Camp develops that...

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Music

Hot Grease

Joe Nolan July 18 part of a big lineup of shows this month

Released by Jeff Bonner, Tractorgrease Cafe

 

hile it’s not every day that a songwriter makes it from the shadows of open mic nights to the high wattage, real deal scene, Joe Nolan’s old soul lyrics and striking vocals suggest that the odds of breaking...

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Arts

Community Pieces

Quilt show features local talent July 24 to August 24

By Catalina Turingan, CCAC

 

he Chilliwack Community Arts Council presents Quilts, Quilts, Quilts Exhibition. Two acclaimed Chilliwack quilting guilds have joined to present a very special Quilt Exhibition at the Art Room. Members of the Quilters’ Guild and PieceMakers' Quilting Guild will showcase...

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 Feature Story    July 13, 2015

 

The Best for Last

Family and tradition at the centre of Harrison Festival final week

By Mel Dunster, HFS/Handout photos

he 37th annual Harrison Festival of the Arts will be wrapping up its nine-day program in beautiful...

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Local News

Milestone Moment

New Vedder Bridge will cost over $12 million

Released by the Fed Gov't

 

esidents of Fraser Valley will benefit from the replacement of the Vedder Bridge in Chilliwack and improvements to the Parkview Water System...

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Crime

Roundup

Robbery, Salish Park pepper-spraying and more

Staff/Voice photos

 

olice were extra busy this past weekend in Chilliwack. The following three incidents took place Saturday through Monday.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Opinion

Raise the Rates!

Local sustainable water group want higher corp water fees to cover conservation efforts

By Ian Stephen, WaterWealth

 

embers of the BC Government and now Judi Tyabji, wife of a former Liberal Party leader, have been commenting on the petition by the WaterWealth Project and SumOfUs calling on the government to review...

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Opinion

'How Trudeau Turned Us Into Debt Slaves'

Private banks the monkey on Canada's back

By Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland

 

rudeaumania was just gearing up when I immigrated to Canada in late 1966. I, too, was impressed with Trudeau. He was intelligent, articulate, with liberal ideas. And as Prime Minister, Trudeau...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Sports

Showboating

Harrison prepares for Dragon Boats July 25

By Scott Farrell, FVDBC

 

he 11th Annual Harrison Dragon Boat Regatta is fast approaching. Harrison will once again play host to over 1800 paddlers who...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Arts

The Open Door

New online marketplace for artists with disabilities, show July 25-27

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

here are many talented artists who belong to the Chilliwack Society for Community Living. Individual painters and sculptors came together to form an official group and had their first large scale exhibit at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre last summer.

See more here

 

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Cultus Lake

A Few Good Firefighters

Cultus Lake FD looking for people willing to volunteer

Released by the CLPB

 

s with every volunteer fire department there is a need for new volunteers. We are looking for individuals...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Home

Insured Against the Unexpected

Making sure your forest fire coverage is up-to-date

By Jason Brown, First West CU

 

s wildfires continue to burn across the province, Envision Insurance, a division of First West Insurance Services Ltd., is reminding homeowners to review their home insurance policies.

        “The threat of wildfire evacuation and, in the...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Sports

Path to the Bigs

South Van Little League hosts provincials, streamed live online July 18-26

By Leeann Froese, THB

 

he road to Willamsport will first go through South Vancouver. From July 18 to 26, at Vancouver's Memorial...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Sports

L.A. Bound!

Big send-off planned for Special Olympics athletes July 20 in Vancouver

By Leeann Froese, THB

 

ith under two weeks to go until the LA 2015 Games, Team Canada’s 164 athletes and mission staff will return to Vancouver... 

See more here

 

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Finances

Interest Rates Slashed

Flags go up over borrowing while rates low

By Jason Brown, First West CU

 

local financial expert is cautioning consumers in the Fraser Valley against excessive borrowing in the wake of the Bank of Canada’s key interest rate cut earlier today.

David Yan, vice-president of wealth management...

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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Entertainment

Seattle's Best

Popular folk artist Wachira to play Chilliwack August 7

By Mano, Bozzini's Rest.

 

e are very proud to present all the way from Kenya, Naomi Wachira. Naomi was voted the 2013 Folk artist of the Year in her adopted home of Seattle.

        Drawing inspiration from artists such as Tracy Chapman and Miriam Makeba...

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 Feature Story      July 15, 2015

 

GranFondo Fun

Saturday family activities, Sunday race day for 4th Annual valley-wide ride July 18-19

Tashon Ziara, Prospera CU

ome out and cheer! The Prospera Valley GranFondo will take over Fort Langley this weekend with as many as 1500 riders of...

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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Arts

Please Be Seated

CCAC Chair Affair Sept 1 draw

By Catalina Turingan

 

he Chilliwack Community Arts Council presents The Chair Affair Raffle Draw for the Arts! While enjoying the community events with your family, visit the...

See more here

 

Friday, July 17, 2015

Fire Dept News

Shed Scorcher

CFD investigates early morning blaze

Released by CFD Asst. Fire Chief J. MacDonald

 

n July 16, 2015 at approximately 12:09 a.m. the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure...

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Farm News

The Milky Way

Supply and management is industry strength

Released by DFC

 

airy farmer delegates from across the country converged in Vancouver, British Columbia on July 14th and 15th for Dairy Farmers of...

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Local News

On the Rail Trail

Johnston: We could build a basic hourly service for $750M

Staff with notes from Malcolm Johnston, RFTV

 

t was recently reported in a Vancouver newspaper that an interurban rail line from Vancouver to Chilliwack would cost somewhere in the vicinity of $1B.

 

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Ryder Lake

Fruit of the Vine

Whitlock to demonstrate wine-making July 30, annual Flea Market Aug 15

By Peter Whitlock, RLFI

 

will be the facilitator for this Workshop and it will be held at Ryder Lake Hall. I will be demonstrating how easy it is to make great fruit wine and will have examples of wine at all stages of production.
 

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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Sports

Amazing Race

Chilliwack set to welcome Canada's best kayak speedsters July 25-26

By Barb Taylor, CCE

 

ome watch the best kayakers in Canada as they race against the clock, and avoid the gates, amidst the whitewater of the...

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 Feature Story        July 19, 2015

 

A Deal's A Deal

Fitness club owner says Chilliwack woman signed a binding contract and is liable for dues

Staff/Voice photos

cott Midgley, owner of Total Body Fitness (TBF) on Hocking Ave. in Chilliwack, is a former athlete of the year and pro kickboxer.

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Monday, July 20, 2015

BC Politics

Bringing in the Heavies

UFV the recipient of trades training equipment

Released by the Gov't of BC

 

overnment is investing $192,651 in new trades equipment to support University of the Fraser Valley...  

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Monday, July 20, 2015

Municipal Politics

Cleaning House

Municipalities across BC bid adieu to upper level staff but Chilliwack's sitting pretty

By Dermod Travis, Integrity BC

 

f the screams for help are any indication it would seem a few town councils aren't settling in so well following last November's elections.

        Couple of common themes: the life expectancy of what may be the most...

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Monday, July 20, 2015

Federal Politics

Cheque's in the Mail

Lump sum UCCB payments

By Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

n Monday July 20 lump sum Universal Child Care Benefit payments will land in almost 4 million mailboxes or bank accounts across the country helping families and boosting local economies.

 

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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Fire Dept News

Beautiful Home Lost in Blaze

No injuries, Fire Dept continues investigation

Released by Asst. Fire Chief M. Bourdon, CFD

 

n July18th, at approximately 2 p.m., the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched...

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Radioland

Walking On-Air

Campus station hiring after receiving major cash influx

Released by CIVL-FM Radio

 

IVL-FM, the community-based campus radio station at the University of the Fraser Valley, based on the Abbotsford campus, is pleased to announce that it was awarded $50,000 for the implementation of “The Fraser Valley Music Awards and Promotion Initiative”.

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 Feature Story       July 22, 2015

 

In Full Dress

Mounties rehearse lively drill for the Vernon Tattoo July 25-26

Staff/Voice photos

CMP "E" Division Marching Troops team strode out of the Pacific Regional Training Centre gates Tuesday in lock-step...

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Crime News

Roundup

Police deal with two early morning robberies

Staff/Voice photos

 

ust after 9 p.m., Tuesday, July 14, police checked a man on a bicycle with a trailer rolling along Yale Rd W. Initial reports were that Mounties were looking for...

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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Arts

Expanding Horizons

"Seasons" Art show July 30 to Aug 29 at The Cultch

By Mary Main, CVAA

 

olden Palette art club's mission is to present an opportunity for artists to create and learn together in a supportive environment.

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 24, 2015

Letters

Glad it's Gone

Reader says she feels better physically after smart meter removal

By Lori Giesbrecht, Mission 

 

have lost TRACK of how many I've sent emails, letters, links, proof, questions and answers to the MANY smart meter problems, questions and concerns to BC Hydro, the provincial government, the...

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 24, 2015

Entertainment

Dynamic Duo

Jen Lane and John Antoniuk at Tractorgrease July 30

By Jeff Bonner, Tractorgrease 

 

hink of Robert Plant and Allison Krauss or Emmylou Harris and Gram Parsons and you get a good idea of where these...

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 24, 2015

BIA News

Park Party Rained Out

Next event August 14

By Kyle Williams, BIA 

 

he Downtown Chilliwack BIA, along with the Party in the Park Organizing Committee and its partners, have reluctantly cancelled Party in the Park for tonight, July 24.

After 28 dry Fridays, Mother Nature has finally fought back, providing just...

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Friday, July 24, 2015

Event

Mind Over Mayhem

4th annual musical fundraiser Oct 3

By Karin Massar, CCS 

 

ave the date - The 4th Annual Melody Mayhem will take place on Saturday, October 3 at the Tzeachten Hall.

        This year’s theme is the Groovy 60’s baby! Come dressed up in your best 60’s attire for your...

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 Feature Story     July 25, 2015

 

It's Party Time!

Annual summer concert series kicks off downtown

Staff/Voice photos


he highly anticipated annual Party in the Park (PITP) concert series kicked off last Friday at Central Community Park featuring five local bands.

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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Theatre

Go West!

Local stage troupe perform popular Oklahoma! July 23 - Aug 2  

By Thomas Davies, SC 

 

he classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musical Oklahoma! dismounts in Chilliwack for two weeks...

 

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Sunday, July 26, 2015

Sports

Fondos Finish

Volunteers thanked for their huge effort  

By Tashon Ziara, PCU

 

mazingly, the hot BC weather did little to dissuade thousands of cyclists from taking part in one or both of the granfondo events...

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Event

One Story, Three Stories of Fun

Free Cinderella movie at Watson Glen August 13

By Tashon Ziara, PCU 

 

hat’s the best way to chill out this summer? Join Prospera Cinema Under the Stars for a free outdoor movie after the sun goes down. Gather the family...

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Event

Fair Play

143rd Chilliwack Exhibition set for August 7-9   

Staff/Voice file photo

 

veryone gets something different from the Chilliwack Fair. Local 4-H Clubs get ribbons and a chance to show off animal husbandry skills, cowboys...

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Sports

And They're Off...

Highlights from the Special Olympics in LA   

By Alison Love, SOBC

 

he 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games are taking place in Los Angeles, California from July 25 to August 2, 2015.

See more here

 

 

Monday, July 27, 2015

Community

Problem Solved

Chilliwack non-profits invited to apply for Community Building Program     

By Jason Brown ECU

 

his fall, three local non-profit agencies stand to benefit from a unique partnership between First West Credit Union’s Envision Financial division and Douglas College. The innovative Community Building... 

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Monday, July 27, 2015

Community

Treasure Pleasure

People from Alberta, Washington and Oregon took part in the annual Chilliwack event   

Staff/Photos submitted

 

ark Lewis told The Voice in an e-mail on Monday, the 3rd Annual...

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Arts

Okanagan Beauty

SWAC wants Chilliwack Native artists to help spread the word   

By Julia Trops, Kelowna

 

uk’wtemsqilxw West Kelowna Arts Council (SWAC) is pleased to announce that an MOU has been signed with...

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Opinion

Greens Ahead in Fish Farm Promises

Gardner bargains but lacks chips, Donnelly's fins just flap, Mulcair in muddy waters    

By Eddie Gardner, Sto:lo Sqwe First Nation Member

 

ith all due respect, Tom Mulcair has shown absolutely no leadership or care for the many middle class people who depend upon wild salmon for the...

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Local News

Roundup

Chilliwack street news   

Staff/Voice photos

 

irefighters and BC Ambulance Service paramedics were called out to Young Rd. at Brooks Ave., just before 7 p.m. last Thursday, after reports that a 50-year-old cyclist...

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 Feature Story      July 30, 2015

 

Dog Days of Summer

Chilliwack has first-ever dog diving trials in Canada

Staff/Voice photos

 

he sport of aquatic dogs is surging across the country. Currently, North American Diving Dogs...

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Sports

BC Athlete Wins 3 Gold Medals

Special Olympics highlights    

By Allison Love, SOBC

 

irst powerlifting competition for Canadian athletes was yesterday. B.C.’s Joanne Bunnin shone, winning three gold medals (bench press, dead lift, combination bench and dead lift).

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 31, 2015

Sports

Getting Ready for the New Season

Hope Curling Rink benefits

By Ellie Lambert, Curl BC

 

ight curling centres in BC are going to be given a new lease on life after receiving grants totalling almost $830,000.

        The clubs, which include Dawson Creek Curling Club, Nanaimo Curling...

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Friday, July 31, 2015

Sports

Bats for a Cause

Breaking records for kids

By Tashon Ziara, PCU

 

or the past seven summers, Kelowna has played host to the annual Bats for a Cause tournament. In that time, the event has raised close to $300,000 for BC Children’s Hospital.

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 31, 2015

Community Event

What's on Your List?

Bucket List Festival Sept 26

By Sabine Mendez, CHC

 

ost of us have a list of things we would like to do before we die. Some like the idea of throwing a dart at a map and traveling to...

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 31, 2015

Sports

Swim, Run & Ride

2015 Cultus Lake Triathlon Sept 13

By Raceonline/Voice file photo

 

he Annual Cultus Lake Triathlon is held each year at Cultus Lake Park just outside Chilliwack, BC.

 

See more here

 

 

Friday, July 31, 2015

Fed Gov't

Fishworthy

Upgrades to Cultus Lake Laboratory

By Frank Stanek

 

arliamentary Secretary Randy Kamp, Member of Parliament for Pitt Meadows - Maple Ridge - Mission, and Parliamentary Secretary Mark Strahl,  Member of Parliament for Chilliwack—Fraser Canyon,  on behalf of the Honourable Gail Shea, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans, highlighted...  

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