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Former Chilliwack MLA John Les has registered as a lobbyist to oppose incineration in Metro Vancouver.
The Fraser Valley Regional District is wrestling with zoning for medical marijuana production on its land.
Students at the University of the Fraser Valley now have an easy way to commute between Chilliwack and Abbotsford campuses.
Two FVRD directors have been subjected to an audit after they claimed a total of $42,578 for 2011 travel expenses, without receipts.
FVRD directors accuse Metro Vancouver of creating a waste management plan that would fund a new Waste-to-Energy incinerator.
As a son battles schizophrenia, his mom and brother organize a benefit concert in Chilliwack.
Greenhouses, a barn, and a livestock area are coming to Chilliwack campus with the first phase of construction.
Fraser Valley is home to most of Canada's barn owls, but the harmless birds' survival is threatened by factors such as rat poison.
Local residents confront Kinder Morgan and the Fraser Valley Regional District on the pipeline twinning project.
Metro Vancouver won't waive fee to provide incinerator-related documents to Fraser Valley Regional District.
In an effort to limit activities on Vedder Mountain, a new gate now blocks access from Majuba Hill Road.
Metro Vancouver's plan to build a waste-to-energy garbage incinerator is the single biggest issue facing Fraser Valley residents: Gaetz
Fraser Valley Regional District's quick approval of a corridor study by Kinder Morgan has alarmed local activist group Pipe Up Network.
Around 100 curious and concerned residents came out to see maps for the planned Vedder Mountain interpretive forest last week.
The province plans to transform Vedder Mountain into an interpretive forest. Local residents welcome this as a solution to illegal dumping.
Preliminary results show that 75 per cent of UFV students are in favour of hiring Chilliwack–Abbotsford shuttle bus.
Landowners frequently hear shots on Vedder Mountain, and have been struggling to control the illegal dumping in the area.
FVRD director Dennis Adamson claimed over $28,000 of travel expenses for 2011 without supporting documents.