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RCMP offering free Child ID kits next week in Terrace

The RCMP will be marking National Missing Children’s Day next week in Terrace. Constable Crystal Evelyn says they will be handing out free Child ID kits. She says this will allow parents to have information like their kid’s fingerprint handy in case they go missing. She says it’s important to talk with children about what to do in certain situations ... Read More »

UNBC enacts new Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policy

The University of Northern British Columbia has implemented their new Sexual Violence and Misconduct Policy. UNBC’s Barb Daigle says the policy will give them more firm guidelines to go by if an incident comes up. She says the policy is allowing the school to educate both staff and students. The policy is in effect and UNBC is thanking staff and ... Read More »

Officer and dog pull woman from Nechako River in Prince George

An officer and dog are being hailed as heroes after pulling a woman from the Nechako River. Prince George RCMP say the call came in around 10:30 this morning when a woman was seen in the river near the Cameron Street Bridge. Two off duty 9-1-1 operators were walking along the Heritage River Trail and called officials to provide updates as ... Read More »

RCMP conducting homicide investigation on the south side of Francois Lake

RCMP say they’re investigating a homicide on the south side of Francois Lake. Burns Lake RCMP say multiple calls came in around 6:30 this morning in relation to the incident. Corporal Madonna Saunderson says a person of interest is in custody. Corporal Saunderson says Mounties are still determining the cause of death. Anyone with information is asked to contact Burns ... Read More »

Moricetown Band election to take place in July

Members of the Moricetown Band will be electing a new council later this summer. The band says the election for their chief and 12 council members will take place on July 27th. Eligible voters must be a member of the band and 18 years of age on election day. Members living away from Moricetown can send their information to the ... Read More »

First Nations vow to use courts and other means if necessary to stop Keystone XL

A coalition of aboriginal groups from Canada and the U.S. has signed a declaration against the Keystone XL pipeline, vowing to use the courts and whatever other means necessary to block the controversial project. At a signing ceremony in Calgary, leaders of the Blackfoot Confederacy and Great Sioux Nation representing tribes in both countries called for more dialogue and consultations ... Read More »

RCMP arrest two women for a break and enter in Quesnel

Two women are facing charges related to a break and enter in Quesnel. Mounties say it happened last week at a residence in the Richbar area. Police say the women are facing charges of break, enter and theft  as well as possessing stolen property. RCMP is thanking the public for helping catch the suspects. Officers are urging members to report ... Read More »

Local group looking to revitalize a Prince Rupert park

A local group in Prince Rupert is looking to move forward to developing a park in Prince Rupert. Transition Prince Rupert says they’re looking to develop the park on an old baseball field in the McKay and Kootenay area. Veronika Stewart is the vice president of the group. She says the plan is very ambitious. She says they’re hoping to ... Read More »

Officers investigating pedestrian collision in Williams Lake

Mounties are looking into a collision involving a pedestrian in Williams Lake. RCMP got the call Tuesday around 4:30 p.m. and responded to the 700 block of Oliver Street. Police say a 61-year-old man was struck by a Ford F150 pickup. The truck was on property of a local business when the truck needed to be moved. The 26-year-old man ... Read More »

Mounties investigating overdose in Kitimat

Kitimat RCMP are reporting a drug overdose in the early morning of May 5th. Police found an unresponsive man and were told he had consumed methamphetamine and heroin. Naloxone was administered and the man was able to regain consciousness. The patient was taken to hospital and has since recovered. Read More »