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Families in the Nechako Lakes school district will benefit from improved transportation services

More provincial support to Nechako Lakes student transportation services

Nechako Lakes school district receives $503,247 from the Province for school transportation services.

Families in the Nechako Lakes school district will benefit from improved transportation services
Mark Lacerte (from left)

Fraser Lake councillor by-election candidates

The three candidates for the Village of Fraser Lake's byelection are Mark Lacerte, Garry Watson, and Tyrel Ray.

Mark Lacerte (from left)

Letter from a traveller: furniture by Vanderhoof craftsman

What a delight to find locally handcrafted furniture by the Vanderhoof Co-op grocery store.

Nov. 2 Community: arts fest AGM, Vanderhoof forum on air quality

....new $25K post-secondary arts, science scholarship

NKDF grants $128,019 for new projects in Vanderhoof, Burns Lake

Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society Board approved $128,019.00 in funding for six new projects.

Sagar Saxena

New community engagement staff for Nechako Lakes schools

School District No. 91 is pleased to welcome Mr. Sagar Saxena to the position of Community Engagement and Partnerships Officer.

Sagar Saxena

Committee report on PTSD hits mark, solidifies need for Bill C-211

Last January, I introduced Private Members Bill C-211, which seeks to establish a national framework for PTSD treatment

Average selling price

Northern B.C. real estate third quarter update

The BC Northern Real Estate Board reports 3834 properties worth $973.2 million in the first nine months of 2016.

Average selling price

Oct. 26 Community Events

Webinar for chronic pain, seniors' health fair, B.C. artists grant funding call

A priceless find on Oct 13 on a cold and rainy day: you just never know what you’ll find when you go to the Vanderhoof dump.

Priceless find in Vanderhoof

A priceless find on Oct 13 on a cold and rainy day: you just never know what you’ll find when you go to the Vanderhoof dump.

A priceless find on Oct 13 on a cold and rainy day: you just never know what you’ll find when you go to the Vanderhoof dump.
Runners from elementary schools across the Nechako Lakes school district bundle up for the Elementary District Cross-country Meet at Nechako Valley Sporting Grounds on Oct. 17.

Nechako Lakes district elementary cross-country race in snow

Runners from elementary schools across the Nechako Lakes school district bundle up to race at Nechako Valley Sporting Grounds on Oct. 17.

Runners from elementary schools across the Nechako Lakes school district bundle up for the Elementary District Cross-country Meet at Nechako Valley Sporting Grounds on Oct. 17.
Coach Sean Rodgers and northwest zone girls rugby team regroup during the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford this summer.

Nechako Valley student athletes need coaches

It is well understood that “raising a child requires an entire community.”

Coach Sean Rodgers and northwest zone girls rugby team regroup during the BC Summer Games in Abbotsford this summer.

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Mute them, channel surf, hide them all you want but there’s no escaping them.

MP: Liberal government fails forestry families

Todd Doherty, MP for Cariboo – Prince George issued the following statement regarding the expiry of the Softwood Lumber Agreement.

Letter: Vanderhoof citizens and government, time to stand up for the Nechako

Were it not for years of dedicated work, research, and protest by these people and others like them there would not be a Nechako River.

Oct. 19 Community: new groundwater licensing, library events

Next Santas Anonymous event, groundwater licensing workshop, library events for adults and Pro D Day

Vanderhoof bus crash involves Burns Lake students

Thirteen Lakes District Secondary School (LDSS) students and one coach were involved in a bus crash on Oct. 14 near Vanderhoof

Regional district of Bulkley-Nechako’s boundary expansion discussed

Proposed new areas could have mining and forestry potential.

LNG decision opens door for First Nations, long-term prosperity

British Columbia’s natural gas industry is going global when the federal government provided approval for Pacific NorthWest LNG.

Coroner releases name of victim from Monday’s plane crash

The BC Coroners Service has confirmed the identity of a man who died after an air crash near Anahim Lake Monday