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As the 2017 fishing season starts on the Fraser River near Chilliwack a local group is working to avert conflicts
Students with the highest debt loads will get a chance to win $1000 in this contest/political campaign from UFV staff and faculty
A tragic end to a heroic effort as truck driver Pat Gaudet passes away after an extraordinary rescue.
Rescue teams worked all day and through the night in a coordinated and ingenious effort to free injured driver.
A new report measures the economic value of ag production in the valley, and looks at potential costs and losses
It has taken more than a decade of wrangling and negotiating for stakeholders to come to a formal agreement
Reduced run size estimates of Fraser Summer Run sockeye salmon have resulted in 'no allowable harvest and a conservation concern' says DFO
Molson Coors makes it official by announcing plans to locate new brewing facility in Chilliwack after months of prep work
Fisheries officers on patrol near Chilliwack recently freed several live white sturgeon from poaching nets.
Late Tuesday the B.C. SPCA announced a total of 20 counts of animal cruelty had been laid against Chilliwack Cattle Sales
B.C. to look at drafting law preventing anyone convicted of serious crimes like serial killer Robert Pickton from profiting from them
This part of the Fraser River is particularly vulnerable to flooding, said the quartet of former politicians who met in Chilliwack Wednesday
David Grandy hopes to raise $10,000 for the faith-based Ruth and Naomi's Mission of Chilliwack.
Harrison country artist Todd Richard and his fans are on pins and needles waiting for the premiere of Big in a Small Town.
It looks likely that neither the commercial fleet nor recreational anglers will be getting a crack at Fraser River sockeye this year.
A message of solidarity went out from the Sto:lo people this week to say that the Yale Treaty will not work for them.
A candlelight vigil is being planned for Friday night in Chilliwack to remember the life of fisherman Christopher Vang, who was swept down the Fraser River last month.