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Williams Lake RCMP looking for wanted man

Williams Lake RCMP are asking for help finding a man wanted on a Canada-wide warrant. Mounties say 35 year-old Corbin Bob is wanted for being unlwfully at large. Bob is described as a First Nations male standing six feet tall, weighing 175 pounds, with black hair, and brown eyes. Contact Alexis Creek or Williams Lake RCMP if you know where ... Read More »

First phase of business plan for Terrace hospital replacement underway

Northern Health discussed the replacement for Mills Memorial Hospital during its board meeting in Terrace Monday. CEO Cathy Ulrich says consulations with stakeholders will form an integral part of the design and construction of the new facility. Ulrich says the first order of business is developing a business plan. Ulrich expects the business case to be complete in late fall. ... Read More »

Quesnel Mayor quells confusion on project

The City of Quesnel is attempting to clarify concerns over an upcoming construction project. According to a release from Mayor Bob Simpson this morning, there is still public confusion circultating regarding the Reid Street revitalization project. Simpson says that the project offered plenty of opportunities for residents to have their input on the project heard, and reiterates that it is ... Read More »

Foul play not suspected in fatal fire

RCMP say foul play is not suspected in a fatal Prince Rupert fire. The Prince Rupert Fire Department and police were called to a house fire in the 1300 block of Sloan Avenue Monday at about 1:45. The left hand side of the residence was fully engulfed when RCMP got to the scene.  Firefighters found a 77 year-old woman in ... Read More »

New Hazelton RCMP looking for wanted man

New Hazelton RCMP are asking for help finding a wanted man. Police say Lane Steven Peepchuk is accused of forcible confinement, assault with a weapon, robbery, and other charges. He’s described as a First Nations male, six feet tall, 220 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes. Mounties searched Peepchuk’s home April 9th in connection with a forcible confinement complaint. ... Read More »

Community group to conduct air quality project in Kitimat

The District of Kitimat has provided seed money to help a local group with an air quality monitoring project. The Kitimat Terrace Clean Air Coalition will use the $5,000 to help it conduct a four-month project sampling air in a residential or recreational area, focusing primarily on sulphur dioxide levels. Coalition President Lis Stannus says the group will use what’s ... Read More »

Fundraiser established in David Kim’s memory

Family and friends of a missing Terrace man have established a fundraising campaign in his memory. David Kim went missing April 7th and those close to him acknowledge that he will not be found alive. Kim is being remembered as someone who lived life fully and loved the Terrace area greatly, whether it was telemarking at Shames Mountain or exploring ... Read More »

Williams Lake RCMP break up cocaine operation

A two-month drug probe in Williams Lake has resulted in the arrest of seven locals and Port Coquitlam resident. RCMP seized over $70,000 in cocaine and cash in what they describe as a “dial-a-dope” operation in the Williams Lake area. Police say a search warrant at a local home could also lead to drug trafficking charges. Detachment Commander Jeff Pelley ... Read More »

BC group looks to curtain salmon crisis

A group of 26 BC residents from all walks of life are banding together to protect the province’s salmon. The group, which includes indigenous peoples, business leaders, and prominent residents, introduced a declaration today that would see the refusal to renew fish farm licenses. The Declaration in Defense of Wild Salmon states that the wild salmon stocks in the province ... Read More »

Kitimat Council adjourns hearing on riverbank camping to April 30

Kitimat residents will get more time to have their say on a bylaw to ban riverbank camping within district boundaries. Council adjourned the public meeting in order to consult with the Haisla Nation before voting on the bylaw. Monday’s public hearing heard from residents like local businessman and fishing guide Ron Wakita, who says banning riverbank camping would hurt tourism ... Read More »

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