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Residents vote to fund Tumbler Ridge dinosaur museum with some changes

An end may finally be in sight for the Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation and their extensive fight for funding. Serious doubt had begun to circulate around the future of the Peace River Palaeontology Research Centre and Museum after the Foundation was denied funding by the district this year. After being forced to lay off staff and close in March, the ... Read More »

Quesnel makes changes to retail cannabis rules

After reviewing provincial regulations and available real estate, Quesnel City Council have decided to make some changes to their retail cannabis rules. During an earlier meeting, councillors decided to allow one publicly owned retail store to be located in the City’s downtown core. However, upon closer review of the Liquor and Cannabis Regulation Branch’s rules, it was determined that very ... Read More »

Terrace Rotary Clubs come together for Polio walk

In honour of World Polio Day, both of Terrace’s Rotary Clubs will be joining forces to bring awareness to the disease. A walk has been organized by the two Clubs which will take place at George Little Park beginning at 4:30 today. To date, the Rotary Club and their partners have helped to immunize more than 2.5 billion children against ... Read More »

Free spaying and nutering in Lax Kw’alaams thanks to CAAT volunteers

Pet owners in the Lax Kw’alaams area seeking veterinary services will be in luck this week. Free spaying, nutering, and various other services will be offered beginning tomorrow and running through to Saturday thanks to the Canadian Animal Assistance Team. Prince Rupert Veterinarian, and CAAT volunteer Doctor Nicole Jamieson, says the group is excited to offer these much needed services ... Read More »

Naturally occurring anthrax leads to the death of 13 livestock near Fort St John

A disease related to naturally occurring anthrax is being blamed in the death of 13 animals on a Peace Region farm. Anthrax is known to occur naturally on the Canadian prairies and in northern Alberta and can law dormant in soil for years. The 13 confirmed livestock deaths all happened on a farm near Fort St John, and the anthrax ... Read More »

Firefighters claim new dispatch system could harm small communities

Some firefighters in BC have had enough with the province’s new ambulance dispatch system. BC Emergency Health Services launched the new system in the spring. Under the new system, fire cres are not notified of emergency calls unless they are deemed high priority. Local fire chiefs are now criticizing the system, saying that it is forcing residents of smaller communities ... Read More »

Bella Coola resident under scrutiny for shooting grizzly

A Bella Coola resident has come under hot fire since a video of him shooting a grizzly bear in his yard was posted online. 54 year-old Lawrence Michalchuk says the bear and its three cubs had been living on his property for days prior to the incident. Michalchuk said the bears had become territorial, and he had done what he ... Read More »

RCMP respond to five drunken disturbances in Terrace on Friday

This Friday was a busy one for both RCMP and the drunk tank in Terrace. Five residents were brought in on Friday for alcohol related disturbance calls in the City and held over night to sober up. The action got started early as police located an intoxicated man passed out in a flower planter on the 4700 block of Lakelse ... Read More »

Possible assault in Terrace leaves man with significant head wound

Terrace RCMP are investigating an apparent assault from last week which left a man with a sizeable head wound. At around 10:00 at night on Friday, police received a call of a man bleeding heavily from his head on the 4800 block of Highway 16 West. Police attended the location and found the man suffering from a laceration on his ... Read More »

NEB to hear Sawyer’s jurisdictional challenge

Despite a recent flurry of celebrations, Kitimat’s LNG project may not be through all the obstacles just yet. The National Energy Board announced yesterday that it is set to hear a jurisdictional challenge on the Coastal GasLink Pipeline which would fuel the project. According to Smithers resident Michael Sawyer, who filed the challenge, the pipeline should be considered a federal ... Read More »

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