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During every election campaign, a candidate will occasionally bow out of an all-candidates meeting because of scheduling conflicts.
But none have done it so often, and with less explanation, than Conservative candidate Mark Strahl, pushing what would otherwise be a routine occurrence to the level of a campaign issue.
Voters across Canada are either eager to voice their political preference, or they've got other plans for the May 2 election day, according to preliminary advance poll numbers released Tuesday.
After missing an all-candidates meeting last week in Hope, and bowing out of a similar meeting with UFV students in Chilliwack this week, Conservative candidate Mark Strahl is launching a "telephone townhall" Wednesday evening.
Candidates running in the federal election for the mainstream political parties in Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon weren't cut any slack in their first all-candidates meeting hosted by the Wednesday Rotary Club.
Rule number one for criminals fleeing the scene of a crime: Do not ask the police for a ride.
New Democratic candidate Gwen O'Mahony scored TV airtime last week talking about her Conservative rival's "tainted" nomination, and followed it up with a show of support from military veterans in Chillwack "ignored" by retiring Tory MP Chuck Strahl.
Dennis Adamson, electoral area director for Yale at the Fraser Valley Regional District, has announced he's seeking the New Democratic Party's nomination in the provincial Chilliwack-Hope riding.
A Western Block Party candidate is running for election in Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon, a first for the riding.
Rural residents of the Fraser Valley Regional District are going to pay more in total tax requisitions than municipal residents in 2011, according to a FVRD financial report.
The federal election campaign got off to a fast start in the Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon riding this weekend.
Conservative candidate Mark Strahl doesn't believe the internal party strife caused by the drastically reduced nomination period here in the Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon riding will dog him into the election campaign.
Conservative Party members in the Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon riding will vote for a candidate to replace retiring MP Chuck Strahl tonight at the Coast Hotel in downtown Chilliwack.
Jamie Hoskins, a 31-year-old employment counsellor in Chilliwack, has announced his bid for election as the Green Party candidate in the Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon riding.
Using his father's name to kick-start his own political career, is not an unexpected charge to Mark Strahl, who announced his bid for nomination as the Conservative candidate in Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon just two days after his father announced his retirement from politics.
Chilliwack-Fraser Canyon MP Chuck Strahl brought down the curtain Saturday on a long and remarkable political career.
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A Popkum resident has been charged in connection with a day-long crime spree earlier this month that had police in Agassiz and Chilliwack following a trail that included one woman's emergency 911 call, one vehicle burning under the Agassiz/Rosedale bridge, one dust-up with a Chilliwack car dealer, one startled shopper in the Chilliwack Safeway parking lot - and one alligator.