Our Town

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Kitimat visitors greeted by new sign

Thank you, Mr. Henry Van Andel

Generous individual donation supports acute care at St. John Hospital

A skate board career started in Vanderhoof

A Skate park is a valuable community asset

New CFO: a fresh look at the numbers

The District has a new Chief Financial Officer

Vanderhoof girl, kicks some kidnapper butt

Prince George daycare provider with deep roots in Vanderhoof wrestles an attacker to keep children safe

Fires: Busy week for fire fighters and RCMP

73 files 14 prisoners August 12, Vanderhoof RCMP responded to a report…

Trudeau a bystander to Trump's racist aggression: Singh
Trudeau on U.S. unrest: 'Racism is real'
Additional $650M pledged in COVID-19 aid for Indigenous communities
Bear vs rabbit caught on camera near Whistler

People in Pain Network community meeting

All welcome to the Vanderhoof pain care self-management group meeting on Wednesday, August 29

Smithers House inaugurated as recital venue

Orchestra North chooses to support the museum in its tour of northern BC

New playground equipment for Bradley Park

The District of Vanderhoof has upgraded the children’s play park by replacing…

Community grieves the tragic loss of two youth

Highway 16 collision claims lives of two local high school students

Busiest week for Vanderhoof RCMP

Sgt. Holley: 102 files in one week exceeds any call load the Vanderhoof detachment has had so far

YMCA contracted to develop operating strategy for pool

YMCA of Northern BC hired to look at costs associated with running the new Vanderhoof Aquatic Centre

Jack Tibbles celebrates 100 years

Jack is the first centurion in the Stuart Nechako Manor, and Vanderhoof’s only living centurion as well

  • Aug 16, 2017

Airshow Society is looking forward to 2018

Bringing the best of the world’s greatest flying machines to the Central Interior of British Columbia

Tracking humans takes skill and practice

Nechako Valley Search & Rescue (NVSAR) hosted two day BC Tracking Association course for volunteers

Elegant strawberry tea at community museum

On Saturday, August 12, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the…

Smokey skies means poor air quality

Residents in communities affected by wildfires and resulting smoky skies should be aware of the hazards and how to minimize them

Quilts of love and support for those affected by B.C. wildfires

B.C. Wildfires Community Quilts, a volunteer project started in Vanderhoof, is making an impact across the province and reaching those who need it most.

Air Force Corporal honoured in his home town

Military tribute to Air Force veteran of 24 years, Corporal Silver