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Dawson Creek RCMP investigating firearms near elementary school

Yesterday morning the Dawson Creek RCMP were told there might be two people with firearms near an elementary school on 92nd Avenue in the city. The school was immediately locked down and businesses in the area were notified. Police were advised that one of the individuals was wearing a hat and a red vest. Multiple officers immediately set up a ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP Detachment Commander retiring

Terrace RCMP Detachment Commander, Inspector Dana Hart is retiring. Hart leaves the RCMP after 26 years of service, with the last four and half in Terrace. He says when he first arrived in Terrace, the detachment had a number of internal conduct issues. But he says he’s proud of the changes he’s overseen at the detachment. Officers from the Terrace ... Read More »

BC Supreme Court rules in favour of Gitga’at over Northern Gateway consultations

The BC Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the Gitga’at First Nation, saying the province failed to adequately consult them on Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project. According to a statement by the First Nation, the province had given the National Energy Board sole jurisdiction over the project’s environmental assessment decision. The ruling means the province will have to conduct its ... Read More »

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip and David Suzuki back Site C demonstrators

Grand Chief Stewart Philip of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, visited a Site C dam protest camp earlier today with David Suzuki. The camp is located by the Rocky Mountain Fort Camp, in the traditional territory of Treaty 8 First Nations. Phillip says with three pending court cases, it’s upsetting that the province and BC Hydro are continuing to ... Read More »

No charges for Terrace man in teen shooting death

A Terrace man won’t be charged in connection with the shooting death of 15-year-old boy last year. The boy died February 9th, 2015 after Terrace RCMP found him wounded at a Molitor Street home that night. RCMP announced last week that it had concluded its investigation. Police forwarded charges of criminal negligence causing death, careless storage of a firearm, and ... Read More »

DFO cracks down on illegal seafood sales on Facebook

Gary Spencer is potentially facing charges or fines from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans because of a post on a Facebook page. In late December of last year, Spencer says he was at the Metlakatla pier, on his way to Prince Rupert to sell extra bags of cockles and clams from a harvest for his family. He says he had ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP seek hit and run suspect

Terrace RCMP are asking for help identifying a hit and run suspect. Mounties say a Ford Ranger pickup rear-ended a Mazda hatchback near the intersection of Highways 16 and 37 around 5pm Monday. Investigators say the truck was tailgating the Mazda down Old Lakelese Lake Road all the way to the four-way stop. Just before the intersection, the driver of ... Read More »

Freezing rain warning for Northwest

Expect some slippery conditions across northwest BC this morning. Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for inland sections of the North Coast and for Highway 16 between Smithers and Terrace. Forecasters say freezing rain is to become more widespread Tuesday morning as another weather system comes up from the south. Environment Canada says roads, sidewalks, and parking lots ... Read More »

Terrace RCMP bust second alleged coke dealer in less than a week

Terrace RCMP have arrested another alleged cocaine dealer, the second in less than a week. Police picked up the 23 year-old man Saturday and then got a warrant to search his home in the 4500 block of Lazelle Avenue. Investigators found cocaine, marijuana, and other items associated with drug trafficking. Mounties have forwarded drug charges to Crown Counsel. Last Thursday, ... Read More »

David Bowie 1947-2016

David Bowie is being remembered as a trendsetter in music and fashion. Tributes are continuing to pour in for the legendary singer, who died of cancer yesterday at the age of 69. Canadian performers including The Weeknd, Seth Rogen, Will Arnett and former astronaut Chris Hadfield praised Bowie on social media. Fashion journalist and T-V host Jeanne Beker says Bowie ... Read More »

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