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Missing man found safe

Kitimat RCMP say a missing persons case has concluded with a happy ending. Police say 22 year-old Charles Robinson was safely located Friday afternoon in Prince George. Robinson was reported missing Thursday. The Kitimat RCMP would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating Robinson. Read More »

RCMP say May Long Weekend enforcement will target partiers, underage drinkers

Terrace RCMP says their May Long Weekend enforcement will be strict. After last year’s long weekend of parties and related incidents, the detachment has decided to team up with Kitimat RCMP, Conservation Officer Service, park rangers, and DFO to ramp up patrols. Last year’s May Long Weekend saw issues surrounding partying, underage drinking, and other problems that come with those ... Read More »

Government introduces Young Parent Program

The Provincial Government is making it easier for parents in their early twenties to access childcare. A new program, titled the Young Parent Program, will see the monthly subsidy amount available to young parents increased to 15 hundred per month per child. The program will be open to parents in the province who are under the age of 24 and ... Read More »

New supportive housing coming to Haida Gwaii

The province is attempting to battle homelessness on Haida Gwaii. After identifying an urgent need for affordable housing, the government will be creating 19 new homes with 24 hour support services for those at risk of homelessness. The modular housing project will be located at 135 Oceanview Dr and be operated by the Queen Charlotte Heritage Housing Society. The project ... Read More »

Tŝilhqot’in issuing permits for mushroom pickers in its territory

The Tŝilhqot’in National Government (TNG) says it plans to protect culturally significant sites by issuing permits to mushroom harvesters within its territory. The Tŝilhqot’in Land Rangers will also be monitoring the harvest. Mushroom Harvesters will be required to stay out of designated biologically and culturally sensitive areas and no harvesting will be allowed in TNG Title Lands. Nits’ilʔin (Chief) Joe Alphonse, ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP looking for wanted man

Terrace RCMP are trying to track down a local man. Mounties say 33 year-old Ira Adam Bryant of Terrace is wanted on an unendorsed warrant for kidnapping and extortion. He is described as: • 6’3″ in height • 196 pounds • Long dark hair • Moustache and beard • Brown eyes • Diamond tattoo on his right arm • First ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP investigating mystery assault

Terrace RCMP are asking for help as they investigate a downtown assault. Police were called out Thursday at 12:45 to a report of an assault in the 4600 block of Park Avenue. Officers found a man suffering from facial injuries and bleeding from the mouth, but he was unable to recall who hit him or with what. The man was ... Read More »

IIO clears Terrace RCMP after standoff with suicidal male

BC’s independent police watchdog says Terrace RCMP officers were doing their job when they tried to save a suicidal male at Mills Memorial Hospital in August, 2016. The Independent Investigations Office report concludes that the male, who was wielding an axe and threatening to cut his neck, died after a self-inflicted wound despite receiving immediate medical attention. The IIO says ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP investigating second suspected arson

Terrace RCMP say they’re investigating a second suspected arson within a week. Police were called out to the 4500 block of Park Avenue Monday night to find that firefighters had put out a blaze. The detachment’s forensic officers and polie dog services were called to assist with the investigation. RCMP are still investigating a suspicious fire that claimed a popular ... Read More »

Indigenous Learning Centre opens new scholarships

The Indigenous Learning Centre has announced 50 online and 20 in person scholarships for those living in Indigenous communities in Canada. Scholarships are being offered for the Centre’s Certified Aboriginal Financial Management and Certified Aboriginal Professional Administrator programs. Ten separate scholarships are also being offered for the specialized Certified Indigenous Leaders program. In order to be elligable, applicants must be ... Read More »

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