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New Langley Bylaw Protects Valuable Heritage Sites

Langley – From its First Nations origins through European settlement and the Hudson’s Bay era, the Township of Langley is home to the earliest known settlement in the Fraser Valley. It is vital that its heritage resources be preserved and…


M Monument Commemorating Mission’s 125th Anniversary – June 20

Mission – Join local artists Dean and Chrsitina Lauze, District of Mission Council, staff, and representatives from Downtown Mission and the arts community for the unveiling of the M Monument commemorating Mission’s 125th Anniversary. The public art sculpture recognizes Mission’s…


2018 UFVRD RCMP Recognition of Excellence Awards

Chilliwack – On Tuesday June 5, the Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment (UFVRD) Officer-in-Charge hosted the annual ‘Recognizing Excellence’ awards ceremony to salute exceptional performances and service to the communities of the Upper Fraser Valley.   “It is my honour…


BC Fire Chiefs Speak Out Over Resident Pot Grows – Fire Risk

Port Moody – The topic of Cannabis production came before delegates at the annual Fire Chiefs’ of BC Conference last week in Victoria and, in particular, the personal production in residential buildings. In their media release they noted: “Currently local…


Permits To Cut Firewood On Crown Land Available Online

Fraser Valley/Victoria – If you wish to cut firewood on Crown Land for personal use, can apply online for their Free Use Permit for Firewood for the natural resource district where they will be collecting the firewood. There is no…





BC Civil Liberties Association Release Annual Report

Vancouver – The BCCLA BC Civil Liberties Association has released their annual report, looking back at 2017. 2017 was a critical year for the BCCLA,   from their trial and historic court decision on indefinite solitary confinement, fighting for the…


Good News For Swamped Island 22, Dewdney Regional Park

Chilliwack – The Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) has great news as this years freshet is stating to ease. Island 22 Regional Park’s boat launch, bike park and dog park re-opened Thursday. The equestrian area and the riverside trails remain…