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Chilliwack parents are speaking out against both BC Teachers' Federation and the government over labour strife.
Grade 12 student Mikayla Adams-Pastoor sought out Chilliwack MLA John Martin for answers regarding ongoing teacher-government conflict.
Chilliwack parents talk full-scale strike Wednesday morning following BCTF's 86 per cent favourable vote to escalate job action.
Two classes from Watson elementary were put in lockdown at Science World when police took down an alleged shooting suspect Tuesday.
G.W. Graham secondary school's graduation ceremony will not be picketed by teachers on Friday.
A group of Sardis secondary students walked out of classes Wednesday to show the BCTF and government they're fed up with the ongoing dispute
Without an organizer, Chilliwack's Terry Fox Run is in jeopardy of not running.
Chilliwack school district not sure if summer school will go ahead due to the ongoing battle between BCTF and BCPSEA.
Sardis secondary's awards ceremony won't be picketed by teachers Tuesday during rotating strike action, but will teachers attend?
Chilliwack teachers were picketing outside schools Thursday, May 29.
Chilliwack teachers will be back on the picket lines Tuesday, June 3.
A Chilliwack parent calls on the government to stop funding private schools, saying public schools need the money more.
The Chilliwack school district is asking parents to keep their children at home Thursday as BCTF rotating strikes hit School District 33.
B.C. Teachers' Federation to implement one-day picket lines starting Monday.
Chilliwack school district is expanding the Promontory elementary boundary to alleviate enrollment pressures at Vedder elementary.
Chilliwack school district is presenting its 2014/15 budget at the May 6 public board meeting. Job cuts are not on the table.
Chilliwack: Fraser Health declares measles outbreak over after more than 400 cases reported.
Two Chilliwack secondary students have developed a cell phone holder they hope will result in more face-to-face communication.
Phase one of teacher strike starts Wednesday, April 23.
Former school trustee candidate Corey Neyrinck is facing a $500 fine for failing to file his election expense disclosure statement.