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Stewart RCMP find family in connection with missing persons case

Stewart RCMP say their call for help in a historical missing persons case paid off quickly, The detachment issued a media release last Friday looking for family members of Gerhard Krausnig of Smithers, who was reported missing after a boating mishap on the Nass River in 1977. Constable Rob Gardner says the release was sent out Friday afternoon and by ... Read More »

New Conservation Officers settling into postings

The B.C. government says its newly minted Conservation Officers are settling in to their news posts throughout the province, including the north. Haida Gwaii, Bella Coola, Mackenzie, and Chetwynd are some of the regions that got newly created CO positions. Terrace, Quesnel, Prince George, and Fort St. John received officers to fill existing openings. Of the 20 new Conservation Officers, ... Read More »

Northwest communities launch online investment tool portal

A group of northwest B.C. communities has launched a new set of online investment tools to support business development. The Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine, New Hazelton, Stewart, and Hazelton hope the investment portals will help interested parties understand the business climate and opportunities as well as showcase the region. Regional District Chair Phil Germuth says the online presence is another ... Read More »

Two pedestrians hit by vehicles last Friday

It’s a reminder for both drivers and pedestrians to pay attention. Terrace RCMP say two pedestrians were struck by vehicles in separate incidents last Friday. A man was hit by a car Friday night while crossing the road near Highway 16 and Highway 37. The pedestrian showed signs of intoxications and was taken to hospital for what appeared to be ... Read More »

Cullen named Parliamentarian of the Year by peers

Nathan Cullen has been honoured by his peers from across party lines. The Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP has been named Parliamentarian of the Year by Macleans magazine as chosen by Members of Parliament. Cullen, a five-term NDP MP, has twice been voted best orator and once most knowledgeable by his colleagues. Read More »

Williams Lake RCMP investigate ATV theft

Williams Lake RCMP are investigating an ATV theft from a local business over the weekend. Police were called out early Sunday morning to a report of an ATV driving near Pinchbeck street with no lights on. Mounties then discovered that there was a break-in at a Mackenzie Avenue business. Thieves broke into the building and took a blue, 2018 Kawasaki ... Read More »

Gitxaala Chief joins First Nations LNG Alliance board

The Chief Councilor of the Gitxaala Nation has joined the board of a pro liquefied natural gas group. Clifford White is the newest board member of the First Nations LNG Alliance. White, an elected chief and hereditary leader, is also chair of the First Nations Advisory Committee for the province of BC and has worked with BC’s Industry Training Authority ... Read More »

Traffic flowing after rock slide along Highway 16

Expect delays if you’re traveling between Terrace and Prince Rupert Sunday. Crews are clearing debris from a rock slide that came down in the morning 13 km west of Terrace. The route was shut down in both directions for a couple of hours, but has since reopened to single-lane alternating traffic. The Ministry of Transportation says delays should be expected. Read More »

Rock slide closes Highway 16 west of Terrace

Crews are busy clearing up a rock slide that came down across a section of Highway 16. The BC Ministry of Transportation says the slide hit Sunday morning between Shames Mountain R0ad and Gagnon Road approximately 13 km west of Terrace. The highway is closed in both directions until crews can remove the debris from the road. Check DriveBC for updates. Read More »

Man in custody after suspicious death west of Williams Lake

Alexis Creek RCMP have one man in custody following a suspicious death in Tsi Del Del (Redstone). Police were called to a home in the Tsilhqot’in community Friday night shortly after 11. Officers found a man dead at the home. Investigators say say the death appeared suspicious and the North District Major Crime Unit was called in for assistance. RCMP ... Read More »

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