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Despite some progress, only 57% of aboriginal students in Chilliwack will complete their Grade 12
Chilliwack Progress education reporter Katie Bartel says goodbye to Chilliwack and journalism.
The innovative design and construction of Chilliwack secondary was awarded this week by Vancouver Regional Construction Association.
Approximately 30 teachers participated in a demonstration outside Chilliwack MLA John Martin's office Tuesday morning.
Fraser Institute report finds on-reserve schools don't meet provincial educational standards, but B.C. First Nations advocate disagrees.
Chilliwack MP Mark Strahl spent Tuesday morning chatting with Seabird Island youth participating in the Enhanced Service Delivery program.
A memorial bursary was created this year by the Fraser Valley Dragon Boat Club to honour deceased paddler Lois Boschman.
Evans elementary will start building a new wheelchair accessible playground in stages this August.
Funding from international students in jeopardy if teacher strike continues.
Johnston's is having an impact on B.C.'s food processing industry.
First Music and More at Chilliwack Library is Wednesday July 2 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. featuring drum circle, YMCA, and Secondary Characters
Fraser Valley Distance Education reopened Monday, June 30 after Chilliwack school district learned it wouldn't be picketed.
FHA rolled out a home dispensing unit pilot in Chilliwack to help seniors better track their meds. The program is a first for FHA.
Chilliwack secondary student Bettina Rillera was one of 620 students accepted into the highly academic Shad summer enrichment program.
Chilliwack school district will not be issuing report cards for K-9 students. All will be promoted to next grade.
Final grades for Chilliwack students in grades 10 and 11 will be issued, but many teachers say they won't be accurate.
Chilliwack teachers aren't the only ones losing wages and struggling during the teacher strike, school support staff are as well.
Chilliwack school trustees passed a motion to reopen school facilities for rentals during the teacher strike.
Two Chilliwack trustees refused to cross teacher picket lines set up at the board office during the June 17 public board meeting.
BCTF and BCPSEA contradict each other on substance of wage offers and says the next move is up to the other if a deal is to be done.