Environment, Indigenous Affairs

October 14, 2021

Can the Semá:th First Nation save the salmon using sonar?

Sonar, Indigenous knowledge, and community building are the cornerstones of a five-year project to count the salmon in the Vedder River and hopefully save the fishery

Environment

July 9, 2021

Meet your local frog neighbours—and invaders

The many frog varieties croaking in Fraser Valley backyards, how to identify them, and who to call when you figure out what that noise is.

Indigenous Affairs   News

July 8, 2021

Can zoning boost First Nation sovereignty in BC?

"If we continuously assert our sovereignty, we will probably end up with a lot more of it than if we wait for them to hand it to us."

Community Profile   News

July 7, 2021

Abbotsford’s ‘Paper Queen’ takes to the skies

“I wasn't necessarily part of the boys club. So, I decided to start my own club,”

Environment   News

July 6, 2021

The Fraser Valley’s patchwork of plastic bans

The Fraser Valley's approach to plastic bans is anything but cohesive

Health   News

July 5, 2021

Langley’s ambulances are among the slowest in BC

Every minute counts, but Langley's ambulances are two minutes slower on average than those in Abbotsford and Chilliwack

News   Your city

July 5, 2021

Will Langley and Lake Errock go Hollywood?

Nobody will ever make a movie about the next step in the evolution of the Fraser Valley’s film industry: local council and board meetings.

News   Transportation

July 2, 2021

The most dangerous roads in the Fraser Valley

Highway 1 may be the Fraser Valley's accident hot spot, but other roads also saw significant crashes in 2020

Community Profile   News

June 30, 2021

Without a home on the hottest day in history

When we encounter her, Mary is sitting on a shaded step. An older woman who looks to be the age of my mother, she is wearing black pants and a green, well-worn winter jacket.

Community Profile   News

June 29, 2021

A free fridge in Chilliwack sparks community

In front of a little blue house on Edwards Street, there sits a little blue fridge. Meet the people behind it.

Indigenous Affairs   News

June 28, 2021

BC is failing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s first call to action

In a landmark report, governments were urged in 2015 to reduce the number of Indigenous children in care. They failed.

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