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Surprising number of candidates step up for trustee byelection, says deputy chief election officer

Unexpected passing left board vacancy for Area 3 of Fraser-Cascade School District

Question Answers with Fraser-Cascade 2019 byelection candidates

Seven candidates have stepped forward for this year’s sudden byelection—learn about them here

Sunshine Valley teens burning with promise

Possibly the youngest in B.C., Sunshine Valley trains 15- and 16-year-old firefighters

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FVRL hosts a Teddy Bear Picnic as part of its Summer Reading Club

Hope Arts Gallery brings in new show with new member

“All God’s Creations” by Eva Heller will show during August

They’re coming!

Communities in Bloom judges return to see if Hope has what it takes for another 5 Blossom year

Katniss Everdeen doesn’t have anything on these kids

Group of Hope youths practice their archery skills during an afternoon course at the rec centre

Fraser Canyon residents are about to experience life in the fast lane

New gov’t funding will provide internet infrastructure allowing for high-speed access everywhere

Together again: Hope business neighbours reflect on their historical connection

Elizabeth Prest and Denise Lauzon say their industries are not only similar, but share a history

Locals team up and rescue twin bear cubs orphaned by hit and run on Highway 1 near Hope

Rescue involved a passerby, Hope Mountain Black Bear Committee members, and conservation officers

Make memories in Memorial Park with series of summer entertainment events

Story Time in the Park, Concerts in the Park are both running in Memorial Park in July, August

Trans Mountain approval should instead be met with climate change strategies, says Hope local

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Hope ‘cautiously optomistic’ about Trans Mountain approval, says mayor

Hope’s busniess community looking forward to economic boom that comes with pipeline

Long-time Yale resident, Walter Kassian, remembered for decades of community involvement

Kassian played key roles in development of region, local hospital, and Yale Fire Department

Hope celebrates Canada Day with class and style

With a range of events across the region, there’s something for everyone

Diversion at Chilliwack General scheduled to end 13 weeks earlier than anticipated

From now until July 9, labouring women are being asked to deliver in Abbotsford

Are your hopes and dreams confined?

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Response to “Canada lags in move toward green economy,” by Matthew Claxton

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World’s greatest economic catalyst could be the transformation to clean, renewable energy systems

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