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Book tells tale of how B.C. office fax led to U.S. con man

Island man spent a few years tracking down victims listed on faxes

Halloween spirit offered up at for free at Sunshine Valley

Brian Taylor’s haunted house returns for seasonal scares

Tom Berry Pit restoration planned in Hope

Volunteers needed for tree planting at old gravel pit site

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Lighting up Hope for a cause

Purple light displays shine a light on domestic violence

  • Oct 19, 2019

VIDEO: Mansbridge documentary to feature Hope, B.C.

New CBC film focuses on how Canadians are feeling prior to federal election

Kindness through cookies on Hope movie set

Hope home baker offered up a dish Hallmark film crew just couldn’t refuse

B.C. woman finds mysterious coin among Grandma’s collection

Grandmother died when she was very young and her past is not well known to her mother

Harrison girl to get long-awaited kidney transplant

Cypress Roed’s family hopes the community will come together to support them through the transplant

Walk With Me illustrates homelessness struggles to Hope residents

Event will have participants experience some of the challenges faced by local homeless

Hope students leading the way with recycling efforts

Coquihalla elementary diverts piles of recyclables that they would normally toss in the trash

Communities in Bloom awards aplenty for Hope committee

Longtime volunteer, Teresa Williams, named by provincial committee

Moms and babies needed for 19th annual Chilliwack Breastfeeding Challenge

The international event brings nursing moms and their wee ones together for a friendly challenge

Town of Hope prepares for onslaught of First Blood fans

Walking tour, special treats around town all a part of Rambo celebration

Hope shines a light on domestic violence

Purple Light Nights kicks off October 1 in Hope

  • Sep 28, 2019

Hope photographer surprised to find historic church destroyed

Church in Quilchena was set ablaze in January, but will be rebuilt

Fraser-Cascade students invited to try different career paths at interactive fair

Students will get a chance to try out different jobs with WorkBC’s Find Your Fit career program

Hope Quilters show to benefit victim services

Antique sewing machines and more at weekend event

Inaugural Run for Hope helps Fraser Canyon Hospital

New 5K run will help replace emergency room beds

VIDEO: Orange Shirt Day founder visits Kent Elementary

Phyllis Webstad came to the elementary school to talk about the impacts of residential schools

Organizer of B.C. walk to honour stillborn children says event has sold out

‘We have surpassed all of our expectations,’ Kim Lockhart says