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Missing teen found safe

Prince George RCMP say a missing 18-year-old has been found safe. Mounties received a missing persons report for Aaron Mickey earlier this month after he had not been back home since November 25th. Investigators say Mickey has been located and is okay. Police are thanking the public and the media for their assistance. Read More »

Pinnacle fined for Burns Lake pellet plant blast

WorkSafeBC has fined the owners of a Burns Lake wood pellet plant for a blast that injured three workers. The incident happened at the Pinnacle Renewable Energy facility October 9th, 2014 during a maintenance shutdown. The workers were standing at the open door of one of the plant’s burners when an explosion blew them off a platform. The WorkSafe investigation ... Read More »

It can happen to anyone: Kitimat RCMP advise caution with winter driving

Kitimat RCMP are reminding people to careful with winter road conditions. The detachment says police have responded to 13 collisions this month, five of them on Highway 37 and the others within the community. The latest incident saw an RCMP vehicle crash into a hydro pole late Sunday evening. Investigators say the Chevy Tahoe slid off Lahakas Boulevard while on ... Read More »

Armed robbery in Smithers

Smithers RCMP are investigating an armed robbery. Police were called out at 10:40 Monday night to a gas station in the 3600 block of Highway 16. Mounties say a masked suspect entered the store with a knife and left with an undisclosed amount of cash. Investigators describe the suspect as an Indigenous female, standing about 5’2″ tall. She was wearing ... Read More »

Chetwynd ATV crash lands rider in hospital

Chetwynd RCMP say an ATV rider suffered serious injuries during a ride Monday. Mounties say the rider went over a steep embankment along the Wabi Hill Tower Road shortly after 4 p.m. Fire fighters, search and rescue, and RCMP were called out to the scene. The man was found by family members and was airlifted to hospital in Alberta. The ... Read More »

Terrace Cram a Cruiser event the best yet: RCMP

The generosity of Terrace residents helped an annual RCMP Christmas fundraiser reach its best result yet. Constable Angela Rabut says the Cram a Cruiser event raised over $2000 and filled four police vehicles with food for those in need. Rabut says people came through despite some nasty weather outside. Rabut says all of the food and money donated was split ... Read More »

Province green-lights Rio Tinto Alcan wharf extension

The BC Government has given the go-ahead for Rio Tinto Alcan’s wharf extension in Kitimat. Environment Minister Mary Polak and Transportation Minister Todd Stone have issued an environmental assessment certificate for the Terminal A Extension. The $250 million project will see the existing Terminal A wharf extended by up to 250 metres to accommodate bulk carriers and will also include ... Read More »

Vanderhoof pair rescued after back road trip goes south

Two Vanderhoof residents have been found safe and sound after they went missing Saturday night. Prince George RCMP say the man and woman, both 23 years old, took back roads as they headed toward Vanderhoof from Prince George, but they never arrived home. Corporal Craig Douglass says RCMP, search and rescue crews, two airplanes, and a helicopter were involved in ... Read More »

Air Advisory issued for Smithers and Houston

Northern Health and the environment ministry have issued an air quality advisory for the Smithers and Houston area. Officials say high levels of fine particulates have developed because of an inversion and calm wind conditions. The advisory says wood smoke is a major contributing pollutant to fine particulates in the Bulkley Valley. The bulletin recommends avoiding strenuous activities and staying ... Read More »

Terrace’s population could grow to almost 30,000 in ten years

The City of Terrace has just released its latest population figures. According to the latest survey, Terrace has approximately 12,454 people, which is an increase since the 2011 Statistics Canada census. The survey was conducted by the city in order to update the city’s Official Community Plan, and will help guide a number of future projects. The report says a ... Read More »

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