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From Oct. 5 to Dec. 9, the Council of Forest Industries and Canadian Forest Industries magazine will accept photo entries of B.C. forestry
All over the province, taxpayers are complaining that their civic leaders aren’t listening to them.
Frank was four years into his retirement when it happened. No warning…no prior symptoms even.
On the morning of Oct. 7, a social media post was received that contained a threat to all Fort St James schools.
Cost of pay-day loans drops next year, trucking permitting now online
The B.C. Court of Appeal, in a unanimous decision, turned down the appeal.
Northern Health is taking applications to provide funding up to $5,000 for grassroots health projects.
China will begin to allow bone-in Canadian beef from cattle under 30 months of age (UTM) effective straight away.
The College of New Caledonia is announced the appointment of two new Regional Principals and an Operational Manager in Omineca region.
The Nechako River will most likely never again be the natural free-flowing river it once was.
On Aug. 1, 1989, the Jack family, Ronald and Doreen, along with their two children, Ryan and Russell, went missing from Prince George, B.C.
Jaden Simone West, 12, walked approximately 90 km last week to support people battling cancer.
Communities can now submit impact statements for the court’s consideration during the sentencing of convicted offenders.
Inclusive workshop, ultimate frisbee tournament for medical research, 150th Celebration Garden breaks ground
The community gathered at the Fort St. James National Historic Site for the unveiling of a commemorative plaque.
Regional districts in the northern interior are now providing people a new specialized emergency text service, called Text with 9-1-1.
BC’s Seniors Advocate continues to recruit volunteers for a survey of 27,000 seniors living in 300 residential care facilities across BC.
A timely rain or an early frost can be the difference between staying afloat or handing the farm over to the bank after a foreclosure.
Sandra Smith wants people living with Type 1 Diabetes in northern B.C. to know they are not alone.
On August 29th some scumbag decided to steal a gas can full of twenty litres of gas from the Nechako Seniors complex.