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Northern B.C. First Nation communities hold “Rally for the river” in Prince George

Saik’uz and Stellat’en First Nation have taken Rio Tinto BC Works to court over their operation and construction of the Kenney Dam

Salvation Army aims to raise $25,000 through the Christmas Kettle program

Last year the organization raised $20,000 for various social needs in the community

Vikings played well this season, says coach

The double-A varsity football team from NVSS received ten northern conference All-Stars

Vanderhoof resident questioning council over decision to be observers at water engagement roundtable

The Water Engagement Initiative was started by Rio Tinto earlier this year

No crafts fair in Fort St. James today due to a power outage

Update: Residents in the district lost power on Nov. 16 at 7 am

B.C. municipality wants ALC to reconsider their decision in regard to pipeline work camp

The ALC had rejected the construction of the Coastal GasLink work camp behind the Vanderhoof airport in October

Icy conditions lead to multiple accidents on Highway 16

Several motor vehicle accidents have taken place since the start of November…

Fort St. James project gets funding for wood fibre use

More than $27 million in grants have been given to 38 projects across the province.

Vanderhoof speed skater wins RBC Future Olympian funding

Alison Desmarais’ Olympic dream is back on track

RCMP budget cuts likely won’t have much effect in Vanderhoof, officer says

Sgt. Rodney Guthrie of the Vanderhoof RCMP said the cuts won’t affect spending related to safety

Crime statistics for October

Alcohol related offences in Vanderhoof top the list for the month

Photos: Remembrance Day in Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof residents gathered at the NVSS small auditorium and the Cenotaph in…

Police investigating death in Fraser Lake

A person has been found dead in Fraser Lake. On Wednesday, Nov.…

Northern Health staff will soon be checking immunization records for students

The organization sent a letter to parents reminding them about the province’s new Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation

Sturgeon facing predation challenges in the Nechako

Next year’s sturgeon release will be capped at 200 super size sturgeon along with 1500 chinook fry

Q & A session with a trans youth counsellor in Vanderhoof

There is still stigma associated with the LGBTQ+ community, says counsellor Shauna Kinch

Rio Tinto become gold sponsors of the Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre

The company has donated $450,000 to the pool in a presentation on Nov. 3

UNBC professor appointed climate change and water security research chair

Nearly $1.5 million in research funding for this project has come from NSERC and Rio Tinto

B.C. community counselling gets $10 million in grants

Minister of Mental Health Judy Darcy made the announcement on Nov. 4

Long-term revenues are helping a B.C. First Nations community build new homes

Nadleh Whut’en First Nation in Fort Fraser are building six new homes