Aman Parhar

Tasty Tandoori Grill Restaurant. (Submitted photo)

Tasty Tandoori: Celebrating Indian cuisine in northern B.C.

As a part of small business week, the Express is featuring local Vanderhoof businesses

Tasty Tandoori Grill Restaurant. (Submitted photo)
Cathy Malo, owner of Bird On A Wire Telus Koodo. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Bird On A Wire: Covering all your cellular, electronic and stationery needs

As a part of small business week, we are featuring local Vanderhoof businesses

Cathy Malo, owner of Bird On A Wire Telus Koodo. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
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Two-vehicle collision on Highway 16 near Vanderhoof

Two people were transported to the hospital.

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Naloxone kit. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

‘Conversations can save lives’

Naloxone training in Vanderhoof

Naloxone kit. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
Few user groups outside the Vanderhoof Arena during an Ice Users Meeting that was initially scheduled for Sept. 29 with the District. As the meeting was cancelled that day, user groups spoke about the Arena in an informal meeting outside. Many expressed frustration over the lack of communication from the District of Vanderhoof in regard to the Arena schedules and protocols. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Ice Users frustrated with District’s plan for Vanderhoof Arena

Very little is known about the District’s plan for re-opening.

Few user groups outside the Vanderhoof Arena during an Ice Users Meeting that was initially scheduled for Sept. 29 with the District. As the meeting was cancelled that day, user groups spoke about the Arena in an informal meeting outside. Many expressed frustration over the lack of communication from the District of Vanderhoof in regard to the Arena schedules and protocols. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
Niki MacKinlay, 15, designer of the t-shirts said the circle in the background of the logo is the medicine wheel and each quarter means something significant to her — vision and respect, movement and behaviour, knowledge and feeling, and time and relationship. (Submitted photo)

Vanderhoof teen designs Orange Shirt Day t-shirts to spread awareness

Niki MacKinlay is a grade 11 student at EBUS

Niki MacKinlay, 15, designer of the t-shirts said the circle in the background of the logo is the medicine wheel and each quarter means something significant to her — vision and respect, movement and behaviour, knowledge and feeling, and time and relationship. (Submitted photo)
Directional traffic change coming to one-way street beside McLeod Elementary

Directional traffic change coming to one-way street beside McLeod Elementary

This change will be in effect starting Monday, Oct. 5.

Directional traffic change coming to one-way street beside McLeod Elementary
Courtesy photo

CityWest to expand into Vanderhoof

The company will provide internet, TV and phone services over fibre-to-the-home technology

Courtesy photo
Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year

Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year

The Anonymous Art Show in it’s second year is gaining popularity across…

Vanderhoof’s Anonymous Art Show aims to go Canada-wide next year
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SD91 develops course to explore student identity and diversity

School District 91 has developed a course for grade 8 students that…

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Robert Wayne Mumford. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

New book about Vanderhoof is a compliment to the people in the region, says author

‘Go North Young Man, Go North!’ is available at stores in the District

Robert Wayne Mumford. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
William Leonard Price is still missing from Fort St. James and was last seen on Aug. 29. (BC RCMP photo)

Criminality involved in Fort St. James man’s disappearance: BC RCMP

William Leonard Price was last seen on Aug. 29.

William Leonard Price is still missing from Fort St. James and was last seen on Aug. 29. (BC RCMP photo)
District of Vanderhoof municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)                                District of Vanderhoof municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

District of Vanderhoof releases their September updater

Vanderhoof pool re-opening, Grant-in-Aid and more covered in the September edition.

District of Vanderhoof municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)                                District of Vanderhoof municipal office. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
Macramé made by Kate Werstuik. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Featured artist of the week – Kate Werstuik

Werstuik enjoys the art of macramé

Macramé made by Kate Werstuik. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
Courtesy Coach being provided to LNG workers living in camp in Vanderhoof. The idea is to give the business community an economic boost. (Submitted photoO)

Local business starts bus service for LNG workers in Vanderhoof to boost the economy

The Community Event Center run by Jon and Lana Olson are starting a “courtesy coach” for camp workers.

Courtesy Coach being provided to LNG workers living in camp in Vanderhoof. The idea is to give the business community an economic boost. (Submitted photoO)
Ken Young - Nechako Valley Secondary School Principal. (Submitted photo)

Welcome back Vikings!

NVSS principal writes letter to parents in Vanderhoof

Ken Young - Nechako Valley Secondary School Principal. (Submitted photo)
Two Indigenous communities have signed an agreement with the province to share the mineral tax revenue of the approved Blackwater Gold Mine. (New Gold photo)

Artemis Gold completes acquistion of Blackwater Gold project

Mayor Gerry Thiessen says he is looking forward to meet Artemis Gold officials in-person.

Two Indigenous communities have signed an agreement with the province to share the mineral tax revenue of the approved Blackwater Gold Mine. (New Gold photo)
Vanderhoof conservationist questioning the nature of Rio Tinto’s temperature management program

Vanderhoof conservationist questioning the nature of Rio Tinto’s temperature management program

Only 50 percent of salmon are in the Nechako for this time of the year.

Vanderhoof conservationist questioning the nature of Rio Tinto’s temperature management program
This wall has illustrations from Magdalena’s new project. A lot of her work that she normally does is up on the walls at the Visitor’s Centre. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
This wall has illustrations from Magdalena’s new project. A lot of her work that she normally does is up on the walls at the Visitor’s Centre. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

BCEHS responded to six overdose calls in Vanderhoof this year

In July, paramedics were called to 2706 overdose calls across B.C.

THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward