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Program to speed up resident status, bring in workforce

B.C's Minister of Jobs, Tourism and Innovation Pat Bell highlighted the B.C.Provincial Nominee Program during a media call last week, a program which has infused millions in the economy, he says.
Province warned sheriff cuts could hinder courts

Province warned sheriff cuts could hinder courts

Doubts linger over province's pledge to restore cut hours

B.C. families living the healthiest lifestyles in Canada

Statistics Canada released its annual Canadian Community Health Survey today confirming that B.C. still holds the top spot among provinces when it comes to living healthy lifestyles.
HST referendum deadline now Aug. 5

HST referendum deadline now Aug. 5

Two-week extension in response to postal service delays
Eleventh annual Fishing Forever event a reeling success

Eleventh annual Fishing Forever event a reeling success

The Vanderhoof Fish and Game Club hosted the 11th annual ‘Fishing Forever’ event for disabled residents last Father’s Day weekend.
Walk organized for collective awareness

Walk organized for collective awareness

Despite the wet weather, more than 50 people turned up for a collective awareness walk from NVSS to Riverside Park on Saturday evening.
Grant received for upgrades to Riverside Park in Vanderhoof

Grant received for upgrades to Riverside Park in Vanderhoof

The municipality has received approval of a grant that will see extensive recreational upgrades to Riverside Park.
Vanderhoof resident brings cross-country provincials to the North

Vanderhoof resident brings cross-country provincials to the North

The Cross Country Provincial Championships are coming to the central interior in 2012 thanks to the efforts of Vanderhoof resident Brian Nemethy.
Vancouver riot review gets underway

Vancouver riot review gets underway

Former Vancouver Olympic boss John Furlong and former Nova Scotia deputy attorney general Doug Keefe have been appointed co-chairs of a review into the June 15 Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver.
Parents of missing Vanderhoof woman offer reward

Parents of missing Vanderhoof woman offer reward

The parents of a missing local woman have issued a reward of $15,000 for any information leading to the safe return of their daughter.