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Wildfire breaks out near Cedarvale

The BC Wildfire Service says a fire has broken out west of Cedarvale. The blaze, estimated at 6 hectares, was discovered Saturday, but few other details are available. The wildfire is believed to human caused. Read More »

Fund unveiled to help BC First Nations advance authority over lands, water, resources

A non-profit dedicated to strengthening BC First Nations has launched a new funding program. New Releationship Trust’s 500-thousand dollar Nation Governance Initiative will fund projects to help First Nations advance authority and jurisdiction over their lands, waters, resources, citizens, and services. NRT says the fund will help complete Nation-building and self-determination projects that involve research, exploration, and practice of First ... Read More »

Homestay families sought for Mexican students coming to Terrace

Families in the Terrace area are being sought to host international students coming to Coast Mountain College this fall. Canada Homestay Network Managing Director Jennifer Wilson says homes are needed for a group of Mexican students attending the college for four weeks starting November 24th. Wilson says opening your home to an international student gives families an opportunity to learn ... Read More »

Still no sign of missing Telkwa woman

Terrace Search and Rescue members have turned up no new clues in the disappearance of a Telkwa woman. Search Manager Dave Jephson says crews were out combing an area east of Terrace last night for 34 year-old Chantelle Simpson. Simpson was last seen leaving her home July 4th and spoke to family that night, but has not been seen since. ... Read More »

Body of missing man recovered from the Kitimat River

Search crews have recovered the body of an Alberta man who went missing on the Kitimat River. Kitimat RCMP says SAR and Terrace Swift Water Rescue members found the 39-year-old shortly before 11:30 Wednesday morning. The unidentified man disappeared Saturday morning when his inflatable boat hit a log jam and he was thrown into the water. RCMP say it’s not ... Read More »

Refit delays direct ferry route between Bella Bella and Port Hardy until September

Tourism operators and customers waiting on the promise of a direct ferry route between Port Hardy and Bella Coola will have to wait longer. BC Ferries says service on the route, originally set to begin June 19 and then delayed to July 20, won’t begin until September 16. The ferry corporation blames the delay on uncertainty about the completion date ... Read More »

Inquest date set for in-custody death of Gitxsan man

An inquest into the 2016 death of a Gitxsan man in RCMP custody has been scheduled for this September. The BC Coroners Service says 51 year-old Jamie Wilford Shanoss was picked up by police in downtown Prince George November 21, 2016 and taken to their cells. Shortly after 2 a.m., police noticed Shanoss was unresponsive and called 9-1-1, but he ... Read More »

Highway 97 open to single lane traffic south of Mackenzie Junction

Highway 97 has reopened to single lane alternating traffic after a motor vehicle incident near Mackenzie this afternoon The transportation ministry says the road was initially closed 3 km south of the junction with Highway 39 around 1:30 p.m. Check DriveBC for updates. Read More »

Association says Greyhound cuts will impact Indigenous women’s safety

The Native Women’s Association of Canada (NWAC) says it’s “deeply concerned” for the safety of Indigenous women, girls, and gender-diverse people after Greyhound’s cancellation of Western Canada routes. The association says cuts leave little to no alternatives for safe, affordable, and reliable transportation for those in northern communities, which could force already vulnerable people to resort to riskier means  like ... Read More »

Fraser Lake RCMP seek information in year-old disappearance

Fraser Lake RCMP are renewing their calls for information about the disappearance of a local man not seen in a year. Investigators say Jerry Keith Krietz was last seen in Fraser Lake July 7th of last year as he made plans for a shopping trip to Prince George. Krietz was seen the following day on video leaving the Downtown Motel ... Read More »

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