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A bobcat takes a break in the shade on an Acacia Drive property in Hope. (Photo/Sandy Maguire)

Hope woman has close encounter with bobcat

The wild cat was quiet, left on its own accord

A bobcat takes a break in the shade on an Acacia Drive property in Hope. (Photo/Sandy Maguire)
April Parisian’s mother Keitha Parisian speaks at the MMIW Takes Back Canada rally in Hope. April has been missing for nearly a year from her home community of Spuzzum. (Photo/Trish Dunbar)

PHOTOS/VIDEO: Hope MMIW Take Back Canada rally remembers April Parisian

Rallies for MMIW took place across Canada on March 13

April Parisian’s mother Keitha Parisian speaks at the MMIW Takes Back Canada rally in Hope. April has been missing for nearly a year from her home community of Spuzzum. (Photo/Trish Dunbar)
About 150 people came out to an anti-racism rally at Central Community Park in downtown Chilliwack on Saturday, June 6, 2020. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

COLUMN: Eliminating Racial Discrimination is 2021’s Biggest Challenge

Sunday, March 21, marks the 55th International Day for the Elimination of…

About 150 people came out to an anti-racism rally at Central Community Park in downtown Chilliwack on Saturday, June 6, 2020. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)
(photo courtesy of Gerda Borden)

LETTER: A plea to reason about Hope Station House

Former First Blood film worker pleads his case for the Station House

(photo courtesy of Gerda Borden)
Yellow construction fencing surrounds the Hope Station House. As quickly as initial demolition work began, it was ordered to halt on Friday following an agreement between the B.C. Ombudsperson’s Office and the District of Hope. (Photos/ Adam Louis)

LETTER: Food for thought on the Station House

Arlene Webster criticizes Hope’s lack of action preserving the Station House

Yellow construction fencing surrounds the Hope Station House. As quickly as initial demolition work began, it was ordered to halt on Friday following an agreement between the B.C. Ombudsperson’s Office and the District of Hope. (Photos/ Adam Louis)
Hope local health area has seen two new cases of COVID-19. (Screenshot/BCCDC)

Hope area sees two new cases of COVID-19: BCCDC

Cases remain low in March

Hope local health area has seen two new cases of COVID-19. (Screenshot/BCCDC)
During a recent Commitee of the Whole meeting, Hope Council was presented with possible development plans that would consolidate District Hall, the Visitor Centre and Museum and Arts Gallery in one new building. (Screenshot/District of Hope)

Hope council discusses possible District Hall revamp

Committee of the Whole meeting goes through development study

During a recent Commitee of the Whole meeting, Hope Council was presented with possible development plans that would consolidate District Hall, the Visitor Centre and Museum and Arts Gallery in one new building. (Screenshot/District of Hope)
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Correction from March 12 edition

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Construction workers throw a table down from the Hope Station House as they worked to clear the structure out early Friday morning. The work was halted the same day as Hope officials agreed to stop for one week while the Ombudsperson’s office investigated claims brought up by concerned citizens. (Photos/Adam Louis)

Hope Station House granted demolition stay until March 22 as Ombudsperson’s office investigates

Coalition to save the Station House has planned a protest for March 20

Construction workers throw a table down from the Hope Station House as they worked to clear the structure out early Friday morning. The work was halted the same day as Hope officials agreed to stop for one week while the Ombudsperson’s office investigated claims brought up by concerned citizens. (Photos/Adam Louis)
The property near Landstrom Road is now permitted for a 15-unit worker housing lot to be used for up to three years. This comes a few weeks after residents raised objections to a 20-unit lot in the same area. (Screenshot/District of Hope)

With renewed application, campground permit near Landstrom Road back on the table: Hope Council

The applicant pared down lots from 20 to 15, lessening impact on neighbourhood

The property near Landstrom Road is now permitted for a 15-unit worker housing lot to be used for up to three years. This comes a few weeks after residents raised objections to a 20-unit lot in the same area. (Screenshot/District of Hope)
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(From left to right) Michelle Cunningham and Darlene and Chandel Lefeuvre pose outside the Hope Hotel. The family has run the Hope Hotel for decades and are stepping away as a new owner takes over. (Photo/Adam Louis)

‘Like a third sibling:’ After decades, Hope Hotel changes ownership

Chandel Lefeuvre met with The Standard to talk hotel history and memories

(From left to right) Michelle Cunningham and Darlene and Chandel Lefeuvre pose outside the Hope Hotel. The family has run the Hope Hotel for decades and are stepping away as a new owner takes over. (Photo/Adam Louis)
The local Paint Canada Red event starts at Memorial Park at noon. (Contributed graphic)

Local Paint Canada Red remembrance starts Saturday

Canada-wide event remembers missing and murdered Indigenous women

The local Paint Canada Red event starts at Memorial Park at noon. (Contributed graphic)
A missing persons poster for April Parisian in front of Hope’s district hall. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard

Spuzzum chief credits close relationship with RCMP amid April Parisian’s disappearance

Hobart said police treated land, people with respect

A missing persons poster for April Parisian in front of Hope’s district hall. Emelie Peacock/Hope Standard
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COLUMN: Spring’s forgotten holiday, St Patrick’s Day

Adam Louis turns the spotlight to the overlooked St. Patrick’s Day

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LETTER: Council already made up their minds about the Station House

Coalition member Arlene Webster says District plans haven’t been transparent

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LETTER: The Hope Station House is full of memories and heritage

Former Hope resident Debbie Bergeron reflects on her past at the Station House

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(Photo/Lori Pilon)

MLA’S VIEW: Support for women is crucial for recovery from COVID-19

MLA Jackie Tegart said women in healthcare, hospitality have been hit especially hard

(Photo/Lori Pilon)
Jarrett Shane Whitford, 32, was last seen in Hope in September 2020. His vehicle was found abandoned in North Vancouver on Jan. 21. (Photo/RCMP)

Last seen in Hope, missing man’s vehicle turns up abandoned in North Vancouver: RCMP

Jarrett Shane Whitford has been missing since September 2020

Jarrett Shane Whitford, 32, was last seen in Hope in September 2020. His vehicle was found abandoned in North Vancouver on Jan. 21. (Photo/RCMP)
A bobcat takes a break in the shade on an Acacia Drive property in Hope. (Photo/Sandy Maguire)

Hope woman has close encounter with bobcat

The wild cat was quiet, left on its own accord

A bobcat takes a break in the shade on an Acacia Drive property in Hope. (Photo/Sandy Maguire)