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From left: Fort St. James Mayor

Lieutenant Governor of B.C. welcomed in Fort St. James

It was her first time in the Fort and the Lieutenant Governor was thrilled to meet, engage and learn more about the community.

From left: Fort St. James Mayor

Letter: Nechako River water rights signed over in 1950

On December 29, 1950 the Government of British Columbia signed over the water rights on the Nechako River to the Aluminum Company of Canada.

Sept. 21 Community Events

....Pro-D day in Vanderhoof library, agvocates on Canadian agriculture

New Gold’s Blackwater Project

Blackwater Project pauses its environmental assessment

New Gold’s Blackwater Project is a proposed open pit gold and silver mine approximately 110 km southwest of Vanderhoof.

New Gold’s Blackwater Project

Letter: Rio Tinto timing

Perhaps we are to assume that we can relax, all is well and being looked after.

 Warren Chad Johnny

Vanderhoof man wanted from Prince George

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a person wanted on three arrest warrants.

 Warren Chad Johnny
Cheslatta Carrier Nation Chief Corrina Leween (left) and B.C. Premier Christy Clark high five after signing a historic framework agreement

Premier and Cheslatta First Nation sign framework agreement for development

Approximately 200 people gathered by the shore of Cheslatta Lake on Sept. 12, 2016 to welcome the first premier ever to visit the Southside.

Cheslatta Carrier Nation Chief Corrina Leween (left) and B.C. Premier Christy Clark high five after signing a historic framework agreement

Letter: Thank you from Texans passing by Vanderhoof

Back in June, while driving north of Vanderhoof, my truck suffered a major engine breakdown and I was towed into Vanderhoof

Chief Alexander McKinnon

New Nak’azdli Whut’en Chief

For Alexander McKinnon, being voted in as the new Chief Councillor for Nak’azdli Whut’en means so much.

Chief Alexander McKinnon

Free textbooks support high-quality, affordable post-secondary education

Post-secondary students in British Columbia will be starting a new academic year using one of more than 150 available open textbooks

2016 winners of the Vic Midzain Memorial Tournament held Saturday

Vic Midzain Memorial Golf Tournament

2016 winners of the Vic Midzain Memorial Tournament on Sept. 10

2016 winners of the Vic Midzain Memorial Tournament held Saturday

Sept. 14 Community Events

Celebrating our local harvest on Sept. 14, monthly family caregiver support group

Car crashes up? Not so fast

It’s here somewhere. Licence, car registration fees to drop 35 per cent in 2016. No, that’s Quebec.

Taxpayers shut out of big money court fight

Wages and benefits for unionized government employees make up more than half of every dollar spent by provincial and local governments.

Remembering Ryleigh Society for Youth is a newly formed society in Vanderhoof created in memory of Ryleigh Johns-Crampain

In memory of Ryleigh: new society to support youth mental heatlh

Remembering Ryleigh Society for Youth is a new society to support youth and families dealing with physical and mental health challenges.

Remembering Ryleigh Society for Youth is a newly formed society in Vanderhoof created in memory of Ryleigh Johns-Crampain
Girl Guides are accepting new registrations at the Vanderhoof Rec Fair on Sept. 10 from 10 am – 2:00 pm at the Friendship Centre.

Girl Guides: more than good cookies

We will be accepting new registrations at the Vanderhoof Rec Fair, Sept. 10th from 10 am – 2:00 pm at the Friendship Centre.

Girl Guides are accepting new registrations at the Vanderhoof Rec Fair on Sept. 10 from 10 am – 2:00 pm at the Friendship Centre.
Darren Troy Sepass

Sept. 7 Community Briefs

Grant funding call for creative writers, B.C.-wide warrant from Chilliwack

Darren Troy Sepass
As it had been announced earlier this year

Huckleberry Mine placed on care and maintenance

Huckleberry Mine, an open pit copper mine located 88 km from Houston, closed its doors last week.

As it had been announced earlier this year

New principals to Fraser Lake, Grassy Plains, and Francois Lake

Charlene Seguin, Superintendent of Schools, announces three new principals – vice principals to School District 91

Letter: Regional District bylaw total failure!

The regional district absolutely refuses to remedy any type of cleanup to derelict properties.