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Chilliwack is the 7th largest city, the seat of the Fraser Valley Regional District

Chilliwack
Country Name:Canada
Country Code:CA
Administrative Division:British Columbia
Feature Name:City
Population:77,000
Location:49.16638, -121.95257

This city is surrounded by recreational areas and mountains, is 102 located kilometres southeast of Vancouver co-existed for 72 years, is bounded by the Fraser River on the north. The spelling of Chilliwack is a sometimes matter of confusion. The archeological record shows evidence of people in the Fraser Valley. Several farms had grown up on the Fraser River around the steamboat landings, were located near riverboat landings. The Township of Chilliwack was incorporated in the third municipality in 1873.

Initial settlement was at Chilliwack Landing along the Fraser River. Steamboats were the main mode of transportation, passengers and goods. The area was incorporated as a separate municipality in 1908. The District of Chilliwack became the City of Chilliwack in early 1999, changed to the City of Chilliwack. The Chilliwack Batholith is a large batholith, part of the Pemberton Volcanic Belt. The geological structure is named primarily after the City of Chilliwack. Downtown Chilliwack is the historical urban centre of the city. Sardis is the urban core of the south side, a popular shopping destination. The drumline played during the 2010 Winter Olympics at several venues. The Chilliwack Cultural Centre is performing arts venue in downtown Chilliwack. The building is as the Chilliwack Academy of Music home to the Chilliwack Players's Guild. The mainstage show performs a two-week run, every January at a Spring Festival and the Chilliwack Cultural Centre. Many different programs are available a Junior, Summer Break Camps and Musical Theatre.

Archives and Chilliwack Museum located on Spadina Avenue in the 1912 former city hall, are a non-profit organization. President of five universities graduated in 1949 from Chilliwack High School. Chilliwack Times published final edition on 2016 12 28. The franchise started for the 2011 BCHL Season in the BCHL's Interior Conference. The expansion franchise began play in 2006, became the Victoria Royals WHL hockey team in 2011. The Canadian Junior Football League's Chilliwack Huskers play at Exhibition Stadium. Chilliwack Turbo Fastball club won the 1997 Canadian Jr.. The 2013 team was an inaugural induction into the Chilliwack Sports Hall of Fame. Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association was organized with the opening of the Chilliwack Coliseum in 1958. PM size particulates averaged third best at an average of 13 micrograms in the world. CFB Chilliwack was established as Camp Chilliwack in 1941. The base was a also training facility was renamed Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack housed following units.

The Cold War was used for the Canadian Army units of British Columbia as the garrison and a permanent training facility. CFOCS was transferred in Quebec to Area Support Unit St-Jean. Part of CFB Chilliwack became a residential subdivision. Area C is used for field training by the Primary Reserves units of British Columbia. The ASU is used also for field training by Cadets, houses also supply depots for the Canadian Army units of 39 Canadian Brigade Group. The old quartermaster warehouse is the now Canadian Military Education Centre Museum. Vancouver International Airport is located from downtown Chilliwack. Abbotsford International Airport is located about west of Downtown Chilliwack. Chilliwack Airport is a small regional airport in Downtown Chilliwack, lit runway. The Agassiz-Rosedale Highway is a north-south route in the eastern part of Chilliwack. Canada Education Park is an campus on the south side of Chilliwack in the Vedder Crossing neighbourhood. The University of the Fraser Valley is the largest post-secondary school in British Columbia in Chilliwack, are located in Chilliwack in Abbotsford.

The Conseil scolaire francophone operates one Francophone school. Archeological records date the presence of Aboriginal people in the area today. The 1887 name Centreville was replaced by the area and Chilliwhack by a more popular name. Cheques be made to the Canadian Military Education Centre, are looking always for donations of military equipment, are open for admission and school field trips on Fridays, take also appointments for other special events and birthday parties. The information presented is combined from Climate Change Canada data sources and multiple Environment.

YearChilliwack
1782Contact beginning in 1782.
1873The Township of Chilliwack was incorporated in the third municipality in 1873.
1887The name was replaced In 1887.
1908The area was incorporated as a separate municipality in 1908.
1941CFB Chilliwack was established as Camp Chilliwack in 1941.
1949President of five universities graduated in 1949 from Chilliwack High School.
1953The highway opened first in 1953.
1958Chilliwack Minor Hockey Association was organized with the opening of the Chilliwack Coliseum in 1958.
1999The District of Chilliwack became the City of Chilliwack in early 1999.
2006The expansion franchise began play in 2006.
2011The expansion franchise became the Victoria Royals WHL hockey team in 2011.

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