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Terrace RCMP seeking wanted man

Terrace RCMP are trying to track down a local man wanted on a number of warrants. Mounties say 22 year-old Shayne William Triston Robinson of Terrace is wanted on six warrants for offences including assault, assault causing bodily harm, and fail to appear. He’s described as: • 5’9 in height • Medium build • 22 years old • First Nations ... Read More »

Fatal crash closes Highway 20 east of Hanceville

RCMP say a fatal crash has closed Highway 20 west of Williams Lake. Investigators say the two-vehicle collision happened just before 11:00 a.m. Thursday near the top of Lee’s Hill near Hanceville. Mounties say the crash was between a fuel truck and a passenger car. One person was killed and another was taken to hospital with undetermined injuries. The investigation ... Read More »

Heavy RCMP presence as officers search Quesnel home

RCMP blocked off several streets in West Quesnel Thursday morning as officers searched a Willis Street home. Mounties told residents to stay in their homes and nearby schools were advised to keep students inside until the search was complete. There was a heavy police presence around the area with the North District RCMP Emergency Response Team and additional officers from ... Read More »

Northern Health says it’s trying to address Terrace doctor shortage

Northern Health says it’s working hard to address a doctor shortage in Terrace. In an update to local stakeholders, the health authority says recent departures mean that Terrace will need to find 14 to 16 new family physicians. As a stop-gap, Northern Health says it continues to bring in doctors on a part-time or interim (locum) basis to fill gaps ... Read More »

RCMP hoping to crack 2007 homicide case

RCMP believe someone has information that can help them solve the homicide of a Prince George father eleven years ago. The body of 44 year-old Shawn Halikowski was found near Hofferkamp Road off Highway 97 on March 26, 2007. Investigators believe Halikowski was transported to the location after his death. RCMP say Shawn Halikowski spent time with several people on ... Read More »

Cheslatta Carrier Nation opens new Education Centre

A new facility will bring more education opportunities to a First Nation in the Burns Lake area. The Cheslatta Carrier Nation held the grand opening of its Education Centre Wednesday. As part of the opening, the Cheslatta also signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the College of New Caledonia which the college says will inform work to provide more ... Read More »

Snowfall warning issued for Smithers to Prince George

Winter just won’t go away. Environment Canada has issued snowfall warnings for the Bulkley Valley and the Lakes region, including Smithers, and Prince George area. Forecasters expect 15 to 20 cm of snow from Thursday night to Friday morning as an upper warm front moves across the northern and central interior. The snow is expected to ease early Friday morning ... Read More »

Cullen concerned about draft salmon harvest plans

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says his recent telephone briefing with the North Coast DFO senior managers about the 2018-19 draft salmon harvest plans has him worried. Cullen says he pressed DFO to impose sharp restrictions on large commercial fishing lodges, but says he’s concerned that locals on the rivers will bear the brunt of harvest reductions. Cullen says he’s ... Read More »

Chopper crash near Smithers caused by combination of factors

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada says a helicopter crash near Smithers two years ago was caused by a combination hydraulic system limitations and pilot control input. According to the investigation report, the Airbus AS 350 FX2 Helicopter operated by TRK Helicopters had left the base of ski run March 16, 2016 and was heading to base camp with a ... Read More »

False alarm triggers Sulphur Dioxide alert for Kitimat

The B.C. Ministry of Environment has issued a sulphur dioxide alert for the Whitesail area of Kitimat, but it staff say it was actually a false alarm Officials say the automated alert was triggered by staff who are auditing the Whitesail station today.   Read More »

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