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New health care card aims at fraud

New health care card aims at fraud

B.C. seeks ways to ease ferry fare hikes

B.C. seeks ways to ease ferry fare hikes

VanderhoofRCMP news

Files reported to the Vanderhoof RCMP detachement between May 6 to 13.
CNC - applied business technology class honours and awards

CNC - applied business technology class honours and awards

The Nechako Campus Applied Business Technology (ABT) class of 2011 attended Convocation ceremonies at CN Place in Prince George on Saturday, May 14 to receive their certificates of graduation.
B.C. dam projects moving ahead

B.C. dam projects moving ahead

Man accused of murder sent home to Vanderhoof

Accused murderer Joseph Knelsen has been released from Vancouver Island Correctional Centre on a $100,000 surety bail.
Illegal trade in native-caught salmon rampant: DFO

Illegal trade in native-caught salmon rampant: DFO

Cohen inquiry zeroes in on black market food fish sales

Mayor to meet with Esso about brownfields

Mayor Gerry Thiessen will be meeting with representatives from Imperial Oil at the end of the month to discuss solutions for a number of brownfield sites in town.

2010 crime stats reflect police shortage in Vanderhoof

Area crime statistics in 2010 compared to 2009 show a reduction in petty crime but an increase in serious crime.

Budget adopted; residents see tax increase of 2.3 per cent

Council adopted this years budget on May 4 announcing a tax increase to residents of 2.3 per cent.