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Help for the homeless coming to Prince Rupert

Prince Rupert will be getting some short-term and long-term help to assist the city’s homeless. Cheers erupted at Tuesday night’s city council meeting as North Coast NDP MLA Jennifer Rice announced the province will be providing 44 modular housing units. The city will provide the land for the units and the North Coast Transition Society will operate and provide services. ... Read More »

First Nations Child Death Panel review to be released

A report examining injury deaths suffered by First Nations youth and young adults in BC is due out Wednesday morning. The BC Coroners Service and First Nations Health Authority initiated the death panel review in December, 2016. The agencies say the review of circumstances that resulted in the deaths provided panel members with information to help determine what can be ... Read More »

RCMP urging motorists to shift into winter driving mode

Prince George RCMP say it’s taking some drivers longer to shift into winter driving mode. Mounties say they’ve been called to a number of crashes in the last few days that could’ve been avoided had drivers taken the proper precautions. Police say those steps include leaving early, slowing down, and driving to the road and weather conditions. Mounties say good ... Read More »

Festival of Trees

Share the magic of the Christmas season at the Festival of Trees! December 1st to 9th Glacier Toyota’s showroom will be a winter wonderland FULL of stunning, gift filled Christmas trees, wreaths and centerpieces! Available for You to bid on, to support The Bulkley Valley Child Development Centre and Salvation Army.  There is something for everyone at Glacier Toyota’s Winter Wonderland.  ... Read More »

Michael Landsberg set to headline the 4th annual Timberwolves Breakfast

Today, UNBC announced their keynote speaker for the 4th annual UNBC Timberwolves Legacy Breakfast. On Monday, February 19th, longtime Canadian Tv personality for Bell Media Michael Landsberg will headline the event. Landsberg has never been the one to shy away from anything, especially his own battles with mental health. Other keynote speakers who have attended the event include, woman’s hockey ... Read More »

Grizzly spotted near Kitsumkalum

Kitsumkalum Fish and Wildlife is warning community members about a recent grizzly sighting just outside Terrace Officials say the bear was spotted Monday along the West Kalum Forest Service Road near the old mill site. Jim Webb with Kitsumkalum Fish and Wildlife says the bear may be along the river which could lead to some concern. Officials are reminding Kitsumkalum ... Read More »

Terrace SAR assist with vehicle recovery

Terrace Search and Rescue had a busy weekend helping RCMP recover a vehicle from the Skeena River. Search manager Dave Jephson says they got a call about a submerged pickup just as members wrapped up participation in the Remembrance Day parade. Jephson says only the top six inches of the truck was visible, so the crew used an underwater camera ... Read More »

5 fun things to do in Toronto, when you win our Grand Prize!

SKATE: Pick a rink, any rink ‘Toronto’s 50 city-run artificial outdoor rinks deliver more free skating surfaces than any other city on Earth. The variety is stunning, too: there’s Nathan Phillips Square with its giant new “Toronto” sign, Etobicoke’s winding Colonel Samuel Smith Park skateway, the versatile covered rink at Greenwood Park, and the list goes on. Throw in privately-operated ... Read More »

Crash sends two to hospital

Two people were taken to hospital after a rollover on Hudson Bay Mountain Road near Smithers Saturday. RCMP say the driver of a small car lost control coming down the road, went over an embankment, and the car rolled, trapping the two female occupants. Emergency crews were able to free the two people, who were then transported to hospital with ... Read More »

Find Your Fit tour stops in the Northwest

Northwest BC students can get some hands-on exploration of different career options this week. WorkBC’s Find Your Fit tour is making stops in Prince Rupert and Gitlaxt’aamiks Tuesday, giving a behind-the-scenes look at range of careers, including skilled trades. The province says industries like tourism, tech and, health care will need a broad range of skilled workers in the future and the ... Read More »

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