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Over $110K for Community Safety Projects in Chilliwack Including Restorative Justice and Ann Davis
20May

Over $110K for Community Safety Projects in Chilliwack Including Restorative Justice and Ann Davis

Chilliwack – Three projects in Chilliwack are receiving $109,985 to implement crime prevention and remediation projects in their community: “The Chilliwack Restorative Justice and Youth Advocacy Association does important harm reduction work in our schools and community, ” said Kelli Paddon, MLA for Chilliwack-Kent. “These funds will help to make sure that the important programs and guidance that Chilliwack […]

OPINION – Don’t Dump Aquarium Pets and Plants Into The Wild –
19May

OPINION – Don’t Dump Aquarium Pets and Plants Into The Wild –

Williams Lake – Many pets and aquarium plants still being released and dumped in the wild, are on the world’s worst invasives list.  The Canadian Council on Invasive Species (CCIS) and Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) have partnered to launch a new program aimed at reducing the release of these species. The Pet and Aquarium […]

BCTF REACTION – Former School Trustee Barry Neufeld’s Defamation Lawsuit Again Glen Hamsman Will NOT Proceed With Supreme Court of Canada
19May

BCTF REACTION – Former School Trustee Barry Neufeld’s Defamation Lawsuit Again Glen Hamsman Will NOT Proceed With Supreme Court of Canada

Ottawa/Chilliwack (with files from Canadian Press) – It has been a long and bumpy legal ride for this case and in the end, former Chilliwack School Trustee will not have his day in the highest court of the land. The Supreme Court of Canada voted 6-1 against a defamation lawsuit initiated years ago (2017) by […]

BC School Sports 2022-23 Inspiration Awards Includes Abbotsford Basketball Association Coach
19May

BC School Sports 2022-23 Inspiration Awards Includes Abbotsford Basketball Association Coach

Burnaby/Abbotsford – The BC School Sports 2022-23 Inspiration Awards Includes Abbotsford Basketball Association Coach. The Women In Sports and Leadership Award went to ABA’s Ashylen Singh. Ash began coaching in grade 11 with their sister and soon realized that the benefits they had gained from playing sports were far more accessible to some families than […]

FVN AM News Friday May 19, 2023. Neufeld’s Defamation Case Won’t Be Heard at SCOC, Westjet Agreement (VIDEO)
19May

FVN AM News Friday May 19, 2023. Neufeld’s Defamation Case Won’t Be Heard at SCOC, Westjet Agreement (VIDEO)

Fraser Valley – FVN AM News Friday May 19, 2023. Neufeld’s Defamation Case Won’t Be Heard at SCOC, Westjet Agreement.

Paving at Cultus Lake Park Office – May 23 & 24
17May

Paving at Cultus Lake Park Office – May 23 & 24

Cultus Lake – Cultus Lake Park Public Works will be paving the parking lot at the Cultus Lake Park office starting at 8:00 am on Tuesday, May 23, 2023, to Wednesday, May 24, 2023. Staff anticipate the project to be completed by Thursday, May 25, 2023, weather permitting. Cultus Lake Park office will remain open […]

Cultus Lake Beginner Women’s Kayaking Lessons (Aug 3, 10, 17 and 24)
17May

Cultus Lake Beginner Women’s Kayaking Lessons (Aug 3, 10, 17 and 24)

Cultus Lake – Chilliwack Centre for Excellence CCE Paddling Club has organized Cultus Lake Beginner Women’s Kayaking Lessons (Aug 3, 10, 17 and 24). Join the rockstar female kayaking instructors at Cultus Lake, and learn how to kayak. These lessons are for those 18+ and are new to kayaking. You will learn basic paddle strokes […]

UFV Baseball is 7th Seed at Canadian World Series
17May

UFV Baseball is 7th Seed at Canadian World Series

Lethbridge/Fraser Valley – The University of the Fraser Valley baseball club is gearing up for the Canadian College Baseball Conference (CCBC) World Series in Lethbridge, Alta., this week. The Cascades posted a 13-19 record in the regular season to enter the postseason as the seventh seed but will face a stiff test in their opening […]

Open Fire Prohibition for Coastal Fire Centre – Campfires Still Allowed For The Time Being
17May

Open Fire Prohibition for Coastal Fire Centre – Campfires Still Allowed For The Time Being

Parksville – Effective at noon Pacific Daylight Time on Thursday, May 18, 2023, most open burning activities will be prohibited throughout the Coastal Fire Centre’s jurisdiction. This prohibition is being enacted to help reduce wildfire risk and protect public safety. Category 2 and Category 3 open fires will be prohibited throughout the Coastal Fire Centre’s […]

FVN AM News Wednesday May 17, 2023. Burning Ban in Place BUT Campfires Still Allowed (VIDEO)
17May

FVN AM News Wednesday May 17, 2023. Burning Ban in Place BUT Campfires Still Allowed (VIDEO)

Fraser Valley – FVN AM News Wednesday May 17, 2023. Burning Ban in Place BUT Campfires Still Allowed.

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