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Holiday impaired suspensions, charges up

Holiday impaired suspensions, charges up

Legal issues with B.C.'s new drinking and driving law didn't slow down police road checks and suspensions during the holiday season.
Poll finds support for oil pipeline

Poll finds support for oil pipeline

A poll finds many unfamiliar with Enbridge's proposed pipeline, but many who are support the idea.

Vanderhoof crime stats slightly up

A crime report from the Vanderhoof RCMP shows a slight increase in criminal occurrences this fall in comparison to last year.

B.C. climate goal unchanged, minister says

Ottawa’s decision to withdraw from the international treaty on climate change doesn’t change doesn’t change B.C.’s
B.C. property value near $1 trillion

B.C. property value near $1 trillion

Property values stayed stable in most parts of B.C., with large increases in areas with high demand from Asian buyers.

Canadian Institute of Mining digs deep to help CNC students

The Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) donated $30,000

New GPS system approved for airport

The District of Vanderhoof has finally got Nav Canada approval on their GPS system
International Volunteer Day celebrated at Neighbourhood Space with Riverside Place

International Volunteer Day celebrated at Neighbourhood Space with Riverside Place

On December 10 a number of seniors from Riverside joined community volunteers...

Vanderhoof Veterinary Clinic moving downtown

The Vanderhoof Veterinary Clinic is moving to a new downtown location.

Car crash kills Fort St. James mother

Five children also injured in head-on collision on Highway 16 east of Vanderhoof