Thursday, March 31, 2016

Community

Food for Food

Thousands of dollars raised for local charity at 'Burner'

Sarah Pederson, FWCU, Langley

 

nvision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union, would like to thank the residents...  

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Environment

Footprint Press No. 16

Snails, bear cubs, owls carvings in this issue

Tracy Lyster, Footprint Press

 

he only reality is the physical world. Natural elements - air, earth, water and fire support the living systems of which we are a part, and which sustain us. 

See more here

 

 

Thursday, March 31, 2016

First Responders

Heroes are Human

2016 Resiliency Tour in Chilliwack June 10

Tema Conter Memorial Trust

 

n 2014 as a result of the many military PTSD-related related suicides and the increase...

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

Letters

Designed to Fail

Sustainable Water Act drowns Native rights

Ian Stephen, WWP

 

aterWealth supports First Nations' assertion of their inherent rights and title. The moral and legal imperative to work collaboratively with First Nations is increasingly recognized by...    

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Thursday, March 31, 2016

BC Gov't News

Bad Money for Good

Funds to combat gangs, youth crime and violence against women

Ashley Stewart, BC Gov't caucus

 

ommunity organizations working to safeguard vulnerable young people from gang involvement and protect victims of domestic, sexual and other forms...  

See more here

 

 Feature Story   March 30, 2016

 

Crime and Her Punishment

Another Wellington Ave store owner fed up with downtown Chilliwack 

Staff/Voice photos

he's had it with Wellington Ave. Anne Taylor, owner of Silk & White Satin, is mad...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Federal Politics

Road to Financial Ruination

Strahl indicates Liberal election lies and lack of concise plan from Trudeau mean higher taxes

Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Strahl

 

ark Strahl, MP for Chilliwack-Hope slammed the federal Liberal government for breaking their election promises and borrowing tens of...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Curling News

Supreme Lepine

PCMCA won by Langley team

Rebecca-Connop Price, Curl BC

 

aren Lepine has been given the opportunity to try for a repeat of her Canadian Masters Curling...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Provincial Politics

'Favours Owed, Favours Due'

BC Liberals 2009 donor list shows what's really going on

Dermod Travis, Integrity BC

 

ews this month that the Interior Health Authority had reached a 20-year agreement to outsource laundry services to Ecotex Healthcare Linen Service is the latest...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Entertainment

Swing is the Thing Pawdnuhs

Wylin's Swing Euphorium undulates to Chilliwack from Washington April 2

Chilliwack Barn Dance Club

 

ome join us for an evening of East Coast Swing dancing! East Coast Swing is a type of social partner dance originating in the 1940s...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Music News

Holy Death

Armstrong Metal Fest ramps it up for July 15-16

Jon Asher, Asher Media

 

ancouver, BC's  double bassist attack SAINTS of DEATH (a name inspired by the...

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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Library News

Extra! Extra! Read All About it!

Edible book fest, photo tour, wills & estates and more

Jennifer Fehr, FVRL

 

ere’s what’s coming up at the Chilliwack Libraries:

        How Not to be Pushy or a Pushover: The Power of Living an Assertive Life
Sardis Library: Thurs, March 31, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm.

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Art News

Talent Call

Art Under the Umbrella June 11 at Central park

Jennifer Hickey, CCAC

 

n honour of local arts and culture, Art Under the Umbrella is poised to return to picturesque...

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Monday, March 28, 2016

Art News

Natural Selection

Wanderings gallery show set for April 6 - May 12

Jennifer Hickey, CCAC

 

he Chilliwack Community Arts Council is delighted to present its newest gallery exhibition, Wanderings, featuring naturalist painters Anita Symonds, Brian DeLong, and Marianne Palmer.

See more here

 

 

Monday, March 28, 2016

Pipeline News

Petition Hopes to Plug Pipe

West says 400 more oil tankers yearly with pipeline

Ben West, Tanker-Free BC

 

ur friends at the PIPE UP Network have an E Petition on the House of Commons web site which the Trudeau government must respond to. They are hoping to get 1,000s more...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Women's News

Colour of Success

Pink Stiletto Business Network meet up March 31

Kim Mallory, Chilliwack

 

t's been eons since I last sent out a newsletter!! So much has changed!! I've had the opportunity to really spread my wings and I wanted to update you. My kids are grown up!!

See more here

 

 Feature Story   March 27, 2016

 

The Big Pushback

Cops break up camp, Black action group vows to sue them 

Black Lives Matter/Submitted photos

t approximately 9:30 pm, March 21, Toronto Police officers surrounded and...

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

BC News

The Vanishing SRO

CCAP report highlights slumlord tactics

Maria Wallstam, CCAP

 

ision Vancouver is in denial about the loopholes in the Single Residency...

See more here

 

 

Sunday, March 27, 2016

Local News

Young Rd MVI

Two injured in spectacular crash

Staff/Voice photos

 

he car was flying north down Young Rd. just before noon on March 13, when it drifted off the road and in an instant...  

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Sunday, March 27, 2016

Health

Meeting of the Healthy Minds

Moving forward to better health care in Chilliwack

Sabine Mendez, Coordinator
Chilliwack Healthier Community

 

wanted to thank all of you who came to our Tuesday morning information and networking event. It was an outstanding success - you would...

See more here

 

 

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Farm News

Wonder Drug

New Vet dairy cow drug Imrestor to stop mastitus

Health Canada, Voice file

 

ealth Canada and the United States Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine today ...

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Health

Easier to Save Lives Now

BC Gov't responds to opiate overdose crisis

Health Canada, Voice file

 

aloxone, the life-saving drug used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, is now...

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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Health

Where's the Beef?

FHA warns of E Coli at Fraser Meats March 5-8

Fraser Health, Google image

 

aw ground beef products produced by a Chilliwack butcher shop may pose a health risk if consumed.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, March 26, 2016

Sports

Love of the Lawn

Venerable club throws open its doors April 30

Merlin Bunt, CLBC

 

n years past, going back the Club's first Opening Day in 1923, the media...

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 Feature Story   March 24, 2016

 

The Gravel Grapes

There's gold in them thar hills 

Staff/Voice photos

ou only get gold when two neutron stars slam together. So it's really rare stuff. But there were lots of nuggets...

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

BC Gov't News

Out of the Wilderness

Former environment minister to head ICBC board

Todd Stone, MOTI

 

ransportation and Infrastructure Minister Todd Stone has issued the following statement on the appointment...

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Saturday, March 19, 2016

BC Politics

Coffee Talk

Chilliwack MLA John Martin holds spirited gab session

Staff/Voice photo

 

hey came, they sipped. MLA John Martin held another one of his popular coffee chats... 

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Letters

The Opportunity of a Lifetime

Remembering Terry and Rolly

Donna White, Terry Fox Fdn.

 

hank you for your understanding Craig and for your kind words about Rolly.

        He was a regular visitor to our office and it is hard to believe he...  

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Financial News

Keeping Social Media's Dark Side at Bay

Be careful of security risks says local IT expert during Fraud Prevention Month

S. Pederson, Envision, Langley

 

ast month’s report of a Newfoundland woman whose Tim Hortons’ RRRoll Up The Rim to Win prize was stolen after she posted a photo of...

See more here

 

 

Monday, March 21, 2016

Local News

Track Tragedy

CN Rail train hits person

Staff/Voice photos

 

hortly after midnight Monday, police, paramedics and firefighters responded to a call that someone was hit on the tracks between the...

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Federal Gov't News

Helping Mom Nature

Funds for fisheries habitat restoration

Robert Pearsall, PA to MP Strahl

 

ark Strahl, MP for Chilliwack-Hope is encouraging local groups to make application for funding under the Recreational Fisheries Conservation Partnership Program (RFCPP).

See more here

 

 

Monday, March 21, 2016

Local News

High Suspense

Worker checked out on building  Staff/Voice photo

 

hilliwack first responders rushed to a high-rise apartment on Mary Street last Wednesday after receiving a...

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 Feature Story   March 19, 2016

 

Chilliwack Fails Road Test

Distracted driver campaign yields a truckload of tickets in two hours  Staff/Voice photos

hilliwack, you failed — miserably. On Thursday, local Mounties, Integrated Road Safety Units, Fraser...

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Saturday, March 19, 2016

Art Scene

A Visual Journey

Local artist inspired by school teachers

Mary Main, Chilliwack Visual Artists Association

 

he show Goddess is an exotic visual journey, reflects the artist's 30-year passion on this subject.

See more here

 Feature Story   March 17, 2016

 

Adult Theatre for Kids

Trio of productions entertain on stage April 12 - May 24

Jennifer Hickey, CCAC

 

n the spirit of youth arts programming, the Chilliwack Community Arts Council and G.W. Graham Middle Sec. School have...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

On the Road

The Accidental Cyclist

Warmer weather means more vehicles and bicycles

Staff/Voice photo

 

cyclist tangled with a vehicle on Main St. at Patton Ave. just after noon last Friday.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Art Scene

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Painting the Town

Agassiz painters invite art lovers to annual sale April 16

Loretta Douglas, AMP

 

he date is quickly approaching for our annual A.M. Painters Art Show. This year it will be on Saturday, April 16th...

See more here

 

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Fire News

Ashes to Ashes

Fire crews save house from complete destruction

M. Bourdon. Asst. Fire Chief/Voice file photo

 

n March 16th, 2016 at approximately 5 P.M., the Chilliwack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire located in the 5000-block of Lickman Road... 

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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Literature

Land of Refuge

Famed Canadian author raises funds for newcomers May 11

Jodine Ducs, CRC

 

he Eastern Fraser Valley Refugee Committee is pleased to host acclaimed novelist, Lawrence Hill, who will be speaking about refugees in his fiction and in the world.

       

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Live Music

Guitar Goddess

Caspi brings her unique style to the CRV March 20

Jeff Bonner, Tractorgrease Cafe

 

hawna Caspi is a singer-songwriter with a powerful voice and serious guitar chops. With a commanding stage presence and an inviting charm, she doesn't need a band to deliver an engaging...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Abbotsford Police

Cop for a Week

Junior Academy gives students a chance to learn policing

Cst. Ian MacDonald, APD

 

wenty-six grade eleven and twelve students from various Abbotsford high schools are spending their spring break this week to learn what it is like to be a police officer.

 

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

School News

New Curriculum for BC Kids

Shoulder-tappers program extends to Hope

Ashley Stewart, BC Gov't Caucus

 

ocal students will get some help exploring their options for high-tech and trades training thanks to $25,000 from the Province of B.C. to launch the Shoulder Tappers program in Fraser Cascade School District.

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

SPCA News

Local Pound Taking Refugees

Abused cats and dogs spread out around the FV

Tricia Leslie, SPCA Van

 

n the wake of two recent seizures of animals from a Langley puppy mill and a Surrey breeder/boarder, BC SPCA staff and volunteers continue to work around the clock to help the cats...

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

City Hall

Will it Go 'Round in Circles?

Lickman Road roundabout/ interchange, community flagpole among topics up for discussion Staff/Voice

 

ne of the things tabled at the meeting was an item from Coun. Waddington...

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Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Farm News

Room to Grow

Nominate and win during Ag Safety Week

Lennae Durant, AgSafe/Voice file

 

gSafe, in partnership with the BC Agriculture Council (BCAC), recently launched the #AgSafetyChamp campaign. The campaign is a highlight of Agriculture...

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Saturday, March 12, 2016

Business

Tech Tribulations

How to stay on top of advancements without becoming obsolete

Udo Jahn, Modern Engineering

 

don’t think I’m alone in having this ailment, but there’s no medical doctor that can help me. When I wake up every morning, I find that the world has changed, and I know it will change again the next day.

 

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 Feature Story   March 14, 2016

 

Winter Wonders

Triple gold, podium sweep for Team BC

Megan Grittani-Livingston

he 2016 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games took Team BC from sea to sea for the first time, and the 126 athletes delivered outstanding performances on the Rock.

See more here

 

 

Monday, March 14, 2016

Local News

Opiate Overdoses Mount

Fentanyl taking a heavy toll on the community

Staff/Voice photos

 

CAS paramedics were called to a house at Victoria Ave. and Fletcher St. last Tuesday after reports...

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Monday, March 14, 2016

Entertainment

Bothy Ballads with The Folk

Celebrate St Patrick's Day at the Cafe March 17

Jeff Bonner/ Tractorgrease Cafe

 

reen beer, Irish nachos, meat pies, stout and folky renditions of songs by The Tractorgrease Folk. Spend your St Patty's Day/Night with some tasty food and live music.

 

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

City Seen

Carving Out Culture

Local artist's works hang around the world

Submitted/ Voice photo

 

he Voice ran into Steven Charlie at Five Corners last week where he was meeting a customer looking to buy one of his fine carvings.

        Steven Charlie is a fifth-generation carver. Before him, his great-great grandfather, great grandfather, grandfather...

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Sunday, March 13, 2016

Letters

American Activist Group Goes After Local Dairy

Mercy for Animals explains their position

Matt Rice, DOI, MFA

 

ndercover investigations, whether of a drug ring or organized crime syndicate or factory farm, require that the investigator have the time needed to document the full extent of the illegal activity.

See more here

 

 

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Parents

The Ta Daa Lady

Spring Break fun 

Emily Duquette, APL

 

pring break is just around the corner. Come to Fraser Valley Regional Library for an interactive musical show like no other!

See more here

 

 Feature Story     March 11, 2016

 

Windstorm Tears Through the Lower Mainland

Tens of thousands left in the dark, crews maxed out

Staff/Voice photos

 

trong winds gusting as much as 70 km/h pummeled the Lower Mainland and South Coast Thursday...

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Friday, March 11, 2016

Local News

Monday Mishaps   

Accident city in Chilliwack 

Staff/Voice photos

 

t was a rough start to the week on the roads around Chilliwack. Bright and early on Monday, emergency crews were called out to a rollover on Lickman Rd. at Progress Way.

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 Voice Inbox

March 19, 2016

Agassiz Monday Painters 55th Annual Sale

i Craig, I'm glad that you got my info on the A.M.Painters Art Show.

 

I'm the one that appreciates your willing support.

Bye for now, Loretta Douglas

More letters here

 

 

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Foodies

Avocado Vacation

A culinary competition and a chance to win Mexico trip

Amy Chen, THB

 

he second annual Avoshowdown, hosted by Avocados from Mexico, returns to Vancouver on Sunday, April 10, 2016 at the Northwest Culinary...

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Friday, March 11, 2016

Local News

Foundation Aids Paramedics

Donation will provide for important training equipment 

Chilliwack Foundation

 

aramedic students at the Chilliwack Campus of the Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) will...

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Friday, March 11, 2016

Finances

Avoid Being Taken to the Cleaners  

Fraud online, what malware and phishing is 

Erin Nesci, PCU Abbotsford

 

he ease of managing our money online can come with a price: an increased risk of “phishing attacks” by fraudsters trying to get confidential information by posing as a legitimate source.

 

See more here

 

 Feature Story      March 9, 2016

 

The House Pays Tribute to Fox

MP Mark Strahl delivers a moving speech in honour of Terry Fox's father

Danica McLellen, CA to MP Strahl

 

hilliwack-Hope MP, Mark Strahl, stood in the House of Commons today to pay tribute to Rolland "Rolly"...

 

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Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Ryder Lake Rub

Getting Ready to Ramble  

Spring planting and hall sale 

Pete Whitlock, RLFI

 

his year's Ramble is coming up fast - just 3 months away on June 11-12. I was out today visiting venue sites both previous and new, working on putting the brochure together with a deadline of April 1st. If you think you might like to be venue for this year, please contact me and I will meet with you and review the...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Gardening

The Need for Seed

Seedy Saturday March 12 

Dayna Fidler, FVP

 

e are so excited to invite you to Chilliwack's 1st Seedy Saturday, March 12th 10 -2pm at The Local Harvest Market!

        Organized with The Local Harvest Market and partnered with so many amazing
farms, farmers, community members and seed saving companies and experts...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Letters

Talking About Abject Poverty  

Canadian's life expectancy drops with no national housing plan 

Jean Swanson, CCAP Vancouver

 

he United Nations conducted a 10 year review of Canada in February on its compliance as a signatory to the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, and will be...

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Monday, March 7, 2016

Letters

But it's Only Corn  

Huge swath of arable land at risk of being removed from the ALR Fernando Selles, CFN

 

he Chilliwack Field Naturalists is a club founded in 1971, and is affiliated with BC-Nature (formerly the Federation of BC Naturalists), a province-wide organization of Naturalists Clubs.

See more here

 

 Feature Story    March 6, 2016

 

Squat Burns

A wicked house's last gasps

Staff/Voice photos

 

eighbours of a house in the 46000-block of Margaret Ave. cheered and clapped as the derelict home with a nasty history went up in flames just after 6 P.M. Sunday.

See more here

 

 

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Opinion

The Sting  

What did they know and when did they know it?

Staff/Voice file photo

 

fter an extensive interview at the farm when allegations arose, I have major doubts if Jeff Kooyman had anything to do directly with the alleged abuse.

See more here

 

 

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Environment

Site C Protest

They want project stopped until court decides

Brad Hornick, Vancouver

 

n March 5th and 6th 2016, hunger strikers will go into Day 3 and 4 of their action in solidarity with Site C/Treaty 8 Stewards...

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Saturday, March 5, 2016

Library News

Just Imagine

Contest looking for the next creative  geniuses

Emily Duquette, FVRL

 

eens! How creative can you get? Show us your creative writing, display your artistic skills, build a robot, write a song, loop a video, or whatever you can think of.

From March 1 to March 31, 2016, teens age 12 to 18 can submit a creative project – details and contest...

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Friday, March 4, 2016

Letters

Hear, Hear

Listening aids more of an issue for seniors than most people may think

Myrtle Macdonald, M. Sc., Chilliwack

 

oice contributor Myrtle MacDonald tackles the issue of malfunctioning hearing aids in a letter to Nelson-Creston MLA Michelle Mungall, Opposition Critic for for Social Development. She has graciously shared...

 

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Saturday, March 5, 2016

Finance News

Priorities for Women

4 reasons plans need to consider gender

Michelle MacDonald, Envision, Abbotsford

 

utting some time and thought into your financial future is a fantastic way to celebrate International Women’s Day this year. 

        Although the basics of financial planning are the same no matter your...

See more here

 

 Feature Story    March 4, 2016

 

It's in the Water

Cool kayakers come from all over the country for Icebreaker

Barb Taylor/Voice photos

 

here was no ice to break at this year’s Chilliwack Centre of Excellence Ice Breaker flat water slalom race series, but shifting weather conditions certainly

See more here

 

 

Friday, March 4, 2016

Local News

All the Right Moves

Chilliwack comes in second across Canada with U-Haul

Paige Brown, U-Haul

 

n abundance of outdoor living and recreational opportunities in Chilliwack have people...

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Friday, March 4, 2016

BC Gov't News

The Trade Route

Agassiz school district to get $5k grant,  include IT training

Ashley Stewart, BC Gov't Caucus

 

tudents in School District 78 will now have more opportunity to take skills, technical and trade training, thanks to a $5,000 Skills Training Access Grant.

        The program is expanding this year to include the Information and Communications...

See more here

 

 

Friday, March 4, 2016

Real Estate

Welcome to the Boomtown

February a record-setting month in Chilliwack

Steve Lerigny, CADREB

 

ebruary may be the shortest month of the year, but this year it was record-breaking for home sales. With 283 home sales in Chilliwack and area, this represented a remarkable 42% increase in sales compared to February of last year.

See more here

 

 

Friday, March 4, 2016

BC Politics

Pringles to Private Jets

A look at politician's expense accounts

Dermod Travis, Integrity BC

 

ews that Premier Christy Clark has spent $500,000 on private jets since assuming office has – not surprisingly – raised a few eyebrows.

        It's a story that has as much to do with the symbolism as it does with the dollars.

See more here

 

 

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Radioland

Podcasts for Principled People

FV atheists & skeptics group goes live on CIVL

Kevin Francis, Left from the Valley

 

ocal group, Fraser Valley Atheists, Skeptics and Humanists known for putting on some great lectures a the University of the Fraser Valley, building homeless shelters and even adopting a local park have decided...

See more here

 

 

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Women's News

Event Gets Spacey

Girls Fly Too announces astronauts will be on hand

Kirsten Brazier, GF2

 

ASA Astronaut (Ret.) Wendy Lawrence and CSA Space Engineer Isabelle Tremblay team up to inspire thousands at the world’s largest event to address gender and cultural diversity in Aviation, Aerospace, Marine and Defence.

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Theatre

Stranger in a Strange Land

UFV Presents Twelfth Night March 3 - 20  

UFV Theatre/Photos Tony Funk

 

FV Theatre is warming up the winter season with a modernized take on Shakespeare’s romantic...

See more here

 

 

 

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Environment

Living in the System

Footprint Press features writers with their boots on the ground 

Ellen Sereda, Mission

 

he only reality is the physical world. Natural elements - air, earth, water and fire support the living systems of which we are a part, and which sustain us. All else, including our political and economic systems, are merely constructions of our...

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Wednesday, March 2, 2016

SPCA News

Epic Abuse Case

Five Kooyman's, seven Chilliwack Cattle Sales ex-employees face charges

Tricia Leslie, BC SPCA

 

rown counsel has laid a total of 20 counts of animal cruelty against Chilliwack Cattle Sales LTD. Company and seven of its...

See more here

 

 

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

BC Gov't News

The Best in Childcare

Nominate a provider for an award  

BC Gov't Caucus, Website photo

 

s a child-care provider in your life making a difference? Let them know by nominating them for a 2016 Child Care Award of Excellence.

        These awards honour the outstanding work that early childhood educators...

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Fed Gov't News

The Art of Politics

Artists and photographers needed for Ottawa office

Danica Mclellen, PA to MP Mark Strahl

 

o promote artists and photographers in Chilliwack and Hope, local Member of Parliament Mark Strahl will be showcasing local art and photos in his Ottawa office in a new monthly exhibit and is encouraging ...

See more here

 

 

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Health

Mini Med School is Back

Talking about medical topics to improve literacy

Asma Farooq, CDFD

 

atients often talk about how difficult it can be to get a doctor’s appointment. Learn how to really talk to your doctor and how to prepare for your appointment...

See more here

 

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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Music

Song & Story

Fingerpickers breeze thru Tractorgrease March 5

Jeff Bonner, Tractorgrease

 

oin the Tractorgrease folks for a night of Americana/Canadiana finger-picking story telling songwriters Saturday, March 5. Songsters Dirty Luke and James D. Bryan have been making waves...

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