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Mission-Matsqui-Fraser Canyon riding hopefuls took part in an all-candidates meeting on Tuesday night in Mission.
Task force created to investigate home for RCMP, fire and other emergency services
Visitors flocked to Hope on the weekend to help celebrate the filming of First Blood back in 1982.
A construction crew began the process of tearing down the final piles in the river bed that will close the last chapter on the bridge.
Tuckkwiowhum Heritage Interpretive Village in Boston Bar shows what life was like more than 200 years ago.
BC Transit may create a Hope to Chilliwack route if demand is high enough.
Plenty of restoration work going on to prepare for next year.
Magician John Kaplan performs Stage Fright at Hope Secondary.
Officials 'cautiously optimistic' that danger nearing an end
This year's focus is on allowing visitors to experience flight
Mexican cuisine is the mobile food truck's specialty
Dumping is an ongoing problem in the Silver Skagit region
Lingerie football squad to play out of Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.
Medical transcription staff in the Lower Mainland are facing an uncertain future. A proposal could displace 131 full- and part-time workers.
It’s the same every weekend. Many residents of Hope get in their vehicles and head out of town to go shopping. It’s a consumer drain that most business owners would like to see plugged.
Rather than watch dollars head to other communities, Lonni Warren decided to take action.
Warren is the owner of Treehouse Health Foods and she put together a discount program for her customers. Anyone who make a purchase from her store, on Saturdays between noon and 2 p.m., gets a 20 per cent discount.
Hope residents had the opportunity to provide input into proposed changes to the district’s zoning bylaw.
A public open house was held last Thursday, at the recreation centre, to collect ideas, thoughts and criticism. Story boards, explaining possible changes, were displayed and questionnaires handed out to all who attended.
It was wet and it was chilly, but most importantly it was free.
The inaugural Trash For Treasure event took place on a rainy Saturday in Hope as residents put unwanted items on the street for "treasure hunters" to take as they pleased.
It was bad enough for some Canucks fans to deal with the squad losing game seven of the Stanley Cup finals on Wednesday night.
But it was even worse for fans in Hope, who had their television screens go blank in the second period.
Shaw Cable subscribers suffered a loss of service at about 7 p.m. that night as vandals struck.
A small crew of cyclists came through Hope on Friday afternoon, led by Ilan Levy, who is on a cross-Canada journey.
Levy will cycle a total of 8,249 kilometres as he makes his way from B.C. to Newfoundland.
He is riding to raise awareness of a small, Canadian non-profit organization called SchoolBOX.
The Hope Chamber of Commerce is hoping the old saying is true – One man's trash is another man's treasure.
The inaugural Trash To Treasure event is scheduled for Saturday, June 18, throughout the District of Hope, and the public is encouraged to bring out any unwanted items for people to look through and perhaps take away.