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Electricity building boom to continue in 2019

Electricity building boom to continue in 2019

The Peace River region will continue to see a construction boom related to electricity in 2019.
Pipelines to remain a federal focal point this year

Pipelines to remain a federal focal point this year

The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will continue to generate a lot of headlines in 2019, energy experts say. Whether it generates any jobs is the $7.4 billion question.
Judge expands Coastal GasLink injunction against pipeline blockade

Judge expands Coastal GasLink injunction against pipeline blockade

A temporary injunction prohibiting opponents of the $6.2-billion Coastal GasLink natural gas pipeline project from blockading a bridge was expanded Friday to cover two entire forest service roads.
Court Docket: December 17 - 21

Court Docket: December 17 - 21

A summary of sentences and fines handed out in Northeast B.C. courts for the week ending Dec. 21, 2018.
Proportional representation vote fails

Proportional representation vote fails

British Columbia will not be moving to proportional representation. Chief Electoral Officer Anton Boegman announced the results of the province's electoral referendum on Thursday afternoon. Of the 1.
WCC LNG, project proposed by Imperial/Exxon for B.C., exits environmental assessment process

WCC LNG, project proposed by Imperial/Exxon for B.C., exits environmental assessment process

A liquefied natural gas project proposed by Imperial Oil Limited and Exxon Mobil Corporation for British Columbia has bowed out of the environmental assessment process. The project proponent, WCC LNG Project Ltd.
​‘We’ve got nothing to lose’: Inside Grande Prairie's truck convoy supporting oil and gas

​‘We’ve got nothing to lose’: Inside Grande Prairie's truck convoy supporting oil and gas

Cory Yeik attended the Grande Prairie rally on Dec. 16. Idled from oilpatch work for much of the last three years, he just recently went back to work, near Grande Prairie.
Ida Campbell elected chair of School District 60

Ida Campbell elected chair of School District 60

Longtime trustee Ida Campbell has reclaimed the gavel as chair of School District 60's board of trustees. Campbell, who represents Taylor, was elected chair at the Dec. 17 board of education meeting, and takes over from Erin Evans.
Missing Person: Kari Lea-Anne Baxter

Missing Person: Kari Lea-Anne Baxter

The Prince George RCMP are requesting the public's help in locating a missing person who hasn't been seen in more than two weeks.
Northern Health Connections to make last runs for 2018

Northern Health Connections to make last runs for 2018

The Northern Health Connections buses will be making their last runs for the year this week but will return to regular operations during the first week of 2019.
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