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Bundle up this winter

An extremely cold and dry winter predicted in northern B.C.
NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

NDP walks fine line on B.C. seats

Federal NDP leadership candidate Brian Topp walked into controversy over the allocation of seven new MP seats for B.C. Thursday.
Flight simulators for Vanderhoof aviation course unveiled

Flight simulators for Vanderhoof aviation course unveiled

Two new flight simulators have arrived at the Vanderhoof College of New Caledonia campus to aid a new aviation course in Vanderhoof.
Heat on teachers in report card dispute

Heat on teachers in report card dispute

The bargaining agent for B.C. school districts is expected to seek an order forcing teachers to provide report cards.
Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Stick with B.C. Liberals, Manning says

Reform Party founder Preston Manning says his former colleague John Cummins is going the wrong way.
Alleged local serial killer a “normal guy”

Alleged local serial killer a “normal guy”

Friends in disbelief describe Legebokoff as kind-hearted and not aggressive
South coast treaty going to local vote

South coast treaty going to local vote

More than a year after negotiators finished their work, the federal government has formally approved a treaty with the Tla'amin Nation.

Greer Creek recreation site closed

The Greer Creek recreation site is closed until further notice while a new footbridge is built.

Mountain bike turned in to RCMP

A woman’s mountain bike was turned into the Vanderhoof RCMP on October 12.
Sun setting on foreign ferries?

Sun setting on foreign ferries?

An $8 billion federal contract for Coast Guard and navy ships could mean the end of ferries built in foreign shipyards, B.C. government officials say.