Vanderhoof

Public, media blocked from Vanderhoof council meetings for months

Other councils in region use video conferencing, as government says cities required to follow transparency rules.

 

Water recovery team stands down search for missing man in Stellako River

Jason Bouchard was in a boat with a friend that overturned in the river May 16

 

Big River Country: The finest freshwater fishing in Canada

This massive wilderness area focuses on the area’s great rivers and wetlands

 

Discover Vanderhoof, BC

Outdoor recreation opportunities await in this historic region

  • May 7, 2020

Nechako River: This endangered species is 175 million years old and needs your help

Nechako White Sturgeon Conservation Centre is vital to sturgeon survival

Vanderhoof: You’ll take a step back in time in this lovingly restored building

The Vanderhoof Community Museum and Visitor’s Centre reflect the area’s rich history

NKDF announces funding for Vanderhoof, Fraser Lake and Burns Lake

The Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society is providing funding to six projects within the three communities.

Vanderhoof will not see any tax increase this year due to COVID-19

The decision was made as a result of the economic impacts of the pandemic on residents and businesses.

48 years of the Christmas Tree tradition on the Nechako

You know the Christmas tree that is put up on the Nechako…

Connexus adpating their services to meet needs amidst COVID-19

Connexus Community Resources is open via phone, text, or video conferencing for…

Vanderhoof has access to a water aerodrome again

Municipal council decomissioned the aerodrome last year citing liability concerns

Here’s what’s open in Vanderhoof

Vanderhoof Chamber of Commerce is requesting the community to support local businesses…

District warns residents of ‘fatbergs’ in a sewer advisory

The district of Vanderhoof is warning residents about not flushing down flushable wipes, paper towels, etc as they cause blockages in the sewer lines.

District asking businesses to hang ‘social distancing’ posters

Purpose of the posters is to make customers aware of social distancing measures in effect.

Four Rivers Co-op in Vanderhoof spending $6 M to upgrade their store

“It will be a modernized store that is here for a long time,” the co-operative’s general manager said.

February saw liquor offences top the list of crimes in Vanderhoof

Local mounties release monthly crime statistics for February 2020

Vanderhoof mayor expresses concern over Highway 16 road through town

Intersection of Highway 27 and 16 ‘a real potential problem’: Gerry Thiessen