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Remembrance Day survey examines challenges facing men and women after service in the Canadian Armed Forces.
The hats, sweaters and gloves collected by DT merchants will be distributed to those in need at Ruth & Naomi’s Mission.
Creeks in the Cariboo have undergone a lot of changes brought about by humans and their activities
Every Friday we feature Valley history taken from our back issues
Quesnel Art Gallery's latest show features two women artists featuring a theme of women
The Old School House arts centre continues to evolve in Qualicum Beach
DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society and the City of Surrey won a provincial award from the BC Recreation and Parks Association.
The Mackie Lake House is getting ready for two holiday events, taking Dec. 1, 6 and 7
Guildford sports bar donates $1,000 to SMH through its weekly meat draws.
Cedar Bridge Farm School
Carolers walked around the Village of Sun Peaks on Dec. 17
Miss Rotary Natasha Sopow presents Ruth Dunsdon, 97, with a bouquet of flowers at the Pioneer Tea.
This photographic slide show features Chilliwack Progress images for the week of Oct. 7, 2013.
Municipalities can help struggling pollinators with their decorative plantings
Qualicum Beach Historical and Museum Society hosts monthly meeting
South Surrey woman heading for a 27-month community health advisor assignment in Malawi, Africa.
City Dance is Vernon's newest dance studio and the public is welcome to an open house on Friday to give dancing a try
Vernon writer Peter Kendal shares more of his delightful memories of growing up in northern England during the Second World War
Throwing an item in the recycling gives most people that warm, fuzzy feeling you get when you feel like you're helping. You've just diverted another item from the landfill, done your part to help save the environment. But maybe not.
But park beside the sedan's two-door sibling—the C-Class Coupe—and guess who steals the spotlight?