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Kitimat RCMP are continuing to see bear activity

The Kitimat RCMP are continuing to deal with bears. Late August 20th, RCMP received a report of a bear in a backyard at a residence on Kechika Street. For almost an hour, RCMP tried to make the bear leave, however, the bear started to become aggressive and lunged towards the officers. After officers talked with Conservation it was decided that ... Read More »

FortisBC offers billing relief for evacuated customers

To help support wildfire victims, FortisBC is providing bill relief for almost 12,000 natural gas and 2400 electricity customers who were evacuated this summer. On August 25th, the company received approval from the BC Utilities Commission to provide a credit for charges during the period customers were evacuated. FortisBC has also put a pause on collection-related activities for customers, including ... Read More »

Educators gather for Residential School Legacy workshop

The issue of how best to teach students about the residential school legacy was the top topic of a recent gathering of educators from all over the province. They gathered in Richmond for a professional development day workshop and many say it was a valuable opportunity to see classroom resources developed y the first nations education steering committee and the ... Read More »

Premier Horgan set to visit wild-fire affected areas

Premier John Horgan and Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development Doug Donaldson will be visiting people in regions affected by the worst wildfire in British Columbia’s history. “This summer’s unprecedented wildfire season has hurt communities and forced people from their homes,” Premier Horgan said. “British Columbians are working together to recover and rebuild. Your government is ... Read More »

Prince Rupert Port’s Phase 2 opening celebrations tomorrow

DP World, CN and the Port of Prince Rupert have a big party coming up tomorrow. All the hubb bubb is surrounding the completion of phase two north of the port facility. The grand opening celebration is slated for Tuesday august 29th. At the container terminal with a ribbon cutting at 11 am and an open house will run until ... Read More »

Back to school, a time for renewal

With the school year right around the corner, the Minister of education made an announcement to help out. The government has set up a 2 million dollar fund to coordinate recruitment and provide incentives for new teachers, including a national and international effort to attract qualified educational professionals to rural areas. The government is also making sure students are getting ... Read More »

CRD downgrades more evacuation orders

The Cariboo Regional District has lifted evacuation orders for portions of two areas and replaced them with an alert. The CRD says the alert covers the Batnuni Lake area to northeast of the Nazko area. An evacuation order remains in place for the Kluskus, Blackwater, Clisbako, Nazko area and CRD westerly boundary to west of Batnuni Lake area. The CRD ... Read More »

RCMP still investigating crash east of Terrace

RCMP continue to investigate a crash approximately 70km east of Terrace that sent two people to hospital Friday. Mounties say the driver of a 2002 Dodge Dakota pickup appears to have lost control, the truck left Highway 16, and ended up on its roof. A man and woman were taken to hospital.  One of the people was treated and released, ... Read More »

Prince George RCMP arrest wanted man

Prince George RCMP have arrested a 39-year-old wanted man. Mounties say Jason Gordon Mease was taken into custody for an alleged breach of the conditions of his undertaking. Police issued a news release regarding Mease earlier this week. Mounties thank the public and the media for their assistance. Read More »

Walk for Solidarity at McCarthey Motors

Today at McCarthey Motors there was a walk for Solidarity. The walk was dedicated towards individuals who have pancreatic cancer. Many people walked for the environment and for their own well being as well. Mark Smoke is the husband of Melanie Smoke who has been dealing with Pancreatic Cancer and he was happy to see the amount of people who ... Read More »

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