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Four in custody following stolen vehicle investigation in Prince George

Four suspects are in custody after stealing a vehicle in Prince George. RCMP say the vehicle was reported stolen around 6:30 yesterday morning, on Arnett Avenue. The suspects fled from police when they were located later that afternoon. They were eventually arrested in the McIntyre Crescent area. Three men aged 17 to 23 were arrested along with a 41-year-old woman. ... Read More »

Police looking for rightful owner of an uniqe bike in Quesnel

An unique bicycle was found by Quesnel RCMP early this morning. Police are asking if anyone who may have misplaced or had their bike stolen to contact them with details of the bike. They say they often are unable to reunite found bikes with their rightful owners. Police recommend cyclist write down their bike’s serial number or engrave your drivers ... Read More »

Minor injuries reported in early morning Quesnel crash

Minor injuries have been reported following an early morning crash in Quesnel. RCMP say it happened around 7:30 a.m. when a southbound car on Kinchant collided with a fully loaded westbound semi on Carson Avenue. The driver of the car suffered minor injuries while the truck driver was uninjured. The area was closed off for about 45-minutes while crews cleaned ... Read More »

Terrace-based company suing Brucejack Mine for $14.5-million

Terrace-based Bear Creek Contracting is suing Brucejack Gold Mine and its general contractor Rokstad Power for $14.5-million. Bear Creek is alleging its work on transmission lines for the mine have gone unpaid and filed a civil claim at Terrace B.C. Supreme Court yesterday. The company is filing for breach of contract, breach of trust and costs, and is also asking ... Read More »

Police searching for missing man in Terrace

Update on April 25th: RCMP confirm Chad Ion has been located and is safe. Police are looking for a missing man in Terrace. RCMP say 28-year-old Chad Ion has been missing since last Monday. He’s described as Native, 5’10”, weighs 150 pounds, has black hair, brown eyes, and a goatee. He also has a slender build and medium complexion. Ion ... Read More »

Terrace woman finished second in her Vancouver Sun Run category

A Terrace resident finished as one of the top runners in the Vancouver Sun Run. Birgitte Bartlett finished second in the women’s 65-69 category over the weekend. Bartlett was one runner in a team taking part, the Kitsumkalum Salmon Runners. She finished in the top 13% of all runners who participated. Read More »

Prince Rupert resident hoping for more support for autistic children

A parent in Prince Rupert wants to shed more light on Autism. Symbia Barnaby feels resources are limited when it comes to giving parents support. Barnaby says a lot of resources like respite care are not readily accessible to parents. A coroners inquest into the murder-suicide of a Prince Rupert mother and her autistic son was held three years ago. ... Read More »

Lheidli T’enneh’s cultural heritage to be showcased in Prince George

An exhibit showcasing Lheidli T’enneh’s cultural heritage will be on display in Prince George next month. The Exploration Place is in the process of highlighting Lheidli T’enneh’s culture. Curator Alyssa Tobin feels it’s important to acknowledge how long they’ve been living in the area. She says it’s important everyone has easy access to the history of the Lheidli T’enneh. The ... Read More »

Body found near Hope identified as Prince George resident

The body of a deceased man found near Hope has been identified as a Prince George resident. RCMP say the Upper Fraser Valley Regional Detachment responded to a report of a deceased man on a forest service road north of Hope on the morning of April 20th, 2017. Police quickly determined it was a homicide, and the Integrated Homicide Investigation ... Read More »

Whitehorse murder victim was an MMIWG advocate

Two women have been identified as the victims of an apparent double homicide in Whitehorse. Insp. Archie Thompson, the officer in charge of the Whitehorse RCMP detachment, says the bodies of the women were found last Wednesday as officers were called to a home in a subdivision just west of the downtown core. An RCMP release says the victims are ... Read More »