The City of Chilliwack is situated in B.C.’s Fraser Valley, about 90 kilometres east of Vancouver, and is home to just over 80,000 residents. While the local economy has been traditionally centred around agriculture, recent development lends it an increasingly urban feel.
Chilliwack offers countless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts from hiking, white-water rafting and golf to some of the best freshwater fishing spots in B.C.
The Chilliwack-based Valley Huskers of the Canadian Junior Football League, along with the BCHL’s Chiefs, who won the 2018 RBC Cup, are the main draws when it comes to sports in town.
The city is served by two newspapers (the Chilliwack Progress and the Chilliwack Times) as well as two radio stations (89.5 The Drive and Star 98.3).
For more information, visit the City of Chilliwack website.
Chilliwack Coliseum is a 100,00 square foot, multi-purpose facility with two NHL-sized ice surfaces. The building’s main rink has seating for about 5,000.
Home to the Chiefs, the Coliseum hosted the 2018 RBC Cup, which was won by the home team.
From Alice Cooper to Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance, numerous high-profile acts have performed at the facility which also hosts a number of other conferences, exhibitions and events throughout the year.
See below for a map to the arena.