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Province orders review of BC Transit

Province orders review of BC Transit

The B.C. government is preparing an outside review the operation of BC Transit, after local elections.
Thaw in chilly talks to keep RCMP in B.C.

Thaw in chilly talks to keep RCMP in B.C.

Civic rep Fassbender hopeful: 'Nobody is threatening anybody at the moment'
NDP leads in new B.C. opinion poll

NDP leads in new B.C. opinion poll

The B.C. Liberals have lost support to the B.C. Conservatives, according to an Angus Reid survey.
Metal thieves attack wired world

Metal thieves attack wired world

With copper trading at more than $3 a pound, thefts of phone wire have become a daily occurrence in B.C.
Meet your council candidates

Meet your council candidates

Vanderhoof residents will have eight councilor candidates to choose from in this months municipal election - including Peet Vahi ...
Hydro debt grows, B.C. deficit shrinks

Hydro debt grows, B.C. deficit shrinks

Energy Minister Rich Coleman is examining BC Hydro's rapidly growing deferred expenses.

BC Children’s Hospital fundraiser a huge success

Locals raised more than $40,000 for the BC Children’s Hospital at a dinner and auction held at the Friendship Centre on October 22.
Victim’s family want safety for women

Victim’s family want safety for women

A murder victim’s family is calling for more protection for the vulnerable women in our society.

Bundle up this winter

An extremely cold and dry winter predicted in northern B.C.
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.