Editorial

New senior’s plan a great step forward

I have encouraged everyone to raise their voices against senior neglect

EDITORIAL: Chamber issues point to need for oversight

The Gazette argues that the chamber clearly needs more oversight on taxpayer money.

Hard stance on Softwood lumber

B.C. won't back down in dispute with U.S. over newly imposed softwood lumber tarrifs

Health and safety top priorities in new cannabis laws

Guest Editorial by Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety

News Views: No free ride

Reason for using property tax as one way to pay for regional transportation is it provides benefits to all.

Save Sowchea Elementary school for public use

We need to get together in the Fort to find a way to take possession of Sowchea Elementary

Forty first election underway

The writ was dropped on Tuesday and we are off to the races to the polls

Taking a Stand:  United Action on B.C. Softwood Lumber

Christy Clark says, " B.C. is a province defined by nature and built on the forestry industry"

Celebrate Canada’s 150th with film Water

The Chilliwack Community Arts Council will be screening Academy Award nominated film, Water, on April 19.

Riff Raff kicks of Canadian tour April 15 in Chilliwack

Houston rapper Riff Raff will be kicking off his Canadian tour on April 15 in Chilliwack at Main Street Nightclub.

Staggers and Jaggs, Ewan Macintyre Band at Tractorgrease

The Staggers and Jaggs perform April 13 and the Ewan Macintyre Band is onstage April 15 at Tractorgrease in Chilliwack.

Soulful African a cappella harmonies of H’Sao coming to Harrison

An evening of African vocal harmonies by Montreal-based H’Sao will fill the Harrison Memorial Hall on April 8.

Captain Future saves the world on April 9

Hop on the Timeswozzler 8000 and watch as Captain Future saves the world on April 9 at the Chilliwack Cultural Centre.

No cash needed at Barriere craft swap

Cashless Craft Swap will be held at the Barriere Senior’s Hall on April 18, from 7-9 p.m.

Campground hilarious, hipster murder mystery

'Campground' is the most hilarious camping-trip-turned-murder-mystery you’ll ever experience.

Live music at The Arthouse on Mill on Friday

On April 7, Jordan Klassen and special guests, Portraits of Us, will be performing at The Arthouse on Mill at 7:30 p.m. in Chilliwack.

Awareness key to fraud prevention

Survey shows that too many residents are indifferent to fraud protection

EDITORIAL: Easing the burden on hospital ERs

Using hospital emergency rooms wisely will help ease wait-times for those who need urgent care.

EDITORIAL: Tax increases need results

It’s okay to raise taxes. Just give something back in return.

Mozart’s Requiem performed by Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra

Enjoy the iconic work of Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor with the Chilliwack Symphony Orchestra on April 8.