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Campfire ban to be reinstated in several areas of PG Fire Centre

As of noon today (Wednesday), Category 1 campfires are prohibited across the VanJam, Mackenzie, Fort Nelson, Fort St. John, and Dawson Creek fire zones in the Prince George Fire Centre. It covers the Peace River, Stuart, Mackenzie, and Fort Nelson Forest Districts and will remain in effect until 12:00 (noon)...

Williams Lake First Nation holds ceremony for those at St Joseph’s Mission

The March With Arch Ceremony took place at the Williams Lake First Nation (WLFN) Pow Wow Arbor this morning (September 19th). St Joseph’s Mission Residential School Survivor, Archie Chantyman began the march at the Lhoosk’uz Dene Nation, and carried ashes from letters of survivors to be set down at the...

Non-urgent surgeries on the uptick in Northern Health as BC delivers record volume of summer operations

Operating rooms across BC continue to be busy, delivering more surgeries than ever throughout the province. According to the latest surgical renewal update from the Ministry of Health, BC performed 134,941 scheduled and unscheduled surgeries – 6300 more when compared to the same time in 2019. Furthermore, all 24,488...

Fortis BC to reduce gas bills starting October 1st

Fortis BC customers in the north will be saving seven dollars on their monthly bill in the near future. For those living in the Fort Nelson area, payments will be decreased by $10 a month. The crown corporation received approval from the BC Utilities Commission to slash the gas...

Cops for Cancer stops in Houston, continuing to Prince Rupert

First responders cycling from Prince George to Prince Rupert made a stop in Houston today (Monday) as part of the Cops for Cancer Tour De North that started on Friday.  A BBQ was held to raise funds towards the tour, which supports the Canadian Cancer Society.  Smithers Constable Justin Preston said wildfire smoke...

Vanderhoof-born UNBC student earns Freshwater Fisheries Scholarship

A Vanderhoof-born UNBC student has been awarded a $1,500 scholarship from the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC. Siobhan Striegler Klassen has worked for the Nechako White Sturgeon Conservation Centre for three summers. "I loved learning about water and how it shapes landscapes, the patterns and scars it leaves on the earth,...
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