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Mexico lifts Canadian beef restrictions
Move could mean $100 million a year in new exports: Cattlemen’s Assoc. More than a decade after the fallout of
BC Hydro, Site C contractor dinged for environmental infractions
The B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) is ordering BC Hydro and one of its Site C dam contractors to tighten
Northern Lights College receives $75K to support aboriginal students, enrolment
Northern Lights College has received a one-time $75,000 provincial grant to support the success and increase enrolment of aboriginal students.
Fort St. John celebrates first ever Pride parade
The size and success of Fort St. John’s first Pride parade surprised many. The parade, held on June 25, attracted
Energetic Learning Campus students full of ideas to improve city
Deklan Franklin messes around on his scooter beside the hockey rink in the Pomeroy Sport Centre. He jumps and flips
Spirit of the Peace Pow Wow unites young and old
Young dancer initiated On Sunday, 13-year old Trevor Penner, stood at the edge of the Taylor arena waiting. As a
Caribou calves give hope for dwindling population
A caribou maternal penning project in northeastern B.C. has seen the numbers of a herd increase from just 16 animals
Bravery and long service rewarded at RCMP North District awards
At the RCMP North District awards Andrew Adams, a civilian, was recognized for his life-saving act of bravery when two young
Houston B.C. reacts to losing their only grocery store
In May 2016, Super Valu in Houston, B.C. announced they were shutting down. It’s the town’s only full grocery store,
Prince George, B.C. reacts to the long form census
The federal government reinstated the long-form census in 2016, as promised during the election campaign in October 2015. When they
Vaisakhi celebration starts well before the parade
Youth at the Guru Nanak Darbar Sikh temple in Prince George spend the week leading up to Vaisakhi at the temple, learning
Indigenous doula collective to support mother-centred birth care in B.C.
‘For Indigenous people, birth is supposed to be a ceremony,’ says doula from Squamish Nation A woman from the Squamish