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Wet'suwet'en agreement doesn't resolve Coastal GasLink dispute

Wet'suwet'en agreement doesn't resolve Coastal GasLink dispute

Work is set to resume today on the $6.
Court Docket: Feb. 24-28

Court Docket: Feb. 24-28

Sentences and fines handed out in provincial courts for the week ending Feb. 28, 2020: Fort St.
Tentative deal could end Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute

Tentative deal could end Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, whose fight against the planned Coastal GasLink pipeline spurred blockades across the country, have reached a tentative deal with federal and provincial authorities, it was reported Sunday.
Community gardens, kitchen planned for Doig River

Community gardens, kitchen planned for Doig River

Doig River First Nation is receiving $112,475 in funding to build a community garden and kitchen. The project will give youth and elders better access to homegrown food and hands-on programs to learn and share traditional and cultural knowledge.
Pine Pass avalanche control

Pine Pass avalanche control

Avalanche control work is planned in the Pine Pass today. Work is planned between Powder King Road and Old Hasler Road starting at 12 p.m., according to DriveBC. Watch for traffic control personnel.
Impaired driving charges abated

Impaired driving charges abated

Dangerous and impaired driving charges tied to a near-fatal crash on the Alaska Highway last year have been abated by the courts. The accused, Jordan Anthony Ramos, 30, has died, RCMP confirm. Charges against him were abated in Fort St.
NorthRiver Midstream closes Fort Nelson Northern Complex

NorthRiver Midstream closes Fort Nelson Northern Complex

NorthRiver Midstream announced the closure of its Fort Nelson Northern Complex on Friday, Feb. 28.
North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - Feb. 28, 2020

North Rockies Avalanche Forecast - Feb. 28, 2020

For all the region except the north, a strong storm on Friday night will build slabs that will likely be reactive this weekend, requiring terrain avoidance and a conservative mindset to travel safely.
UNBC senate passes non-confidence vote in former president

UNBC senate passes non-confidence vote in former president

UNBC's senate passed a non-confidence motion in the leadership of former university president Daniel Weeks on Wednesday. The notice of motions was brought forward by Prof.
Northeast B.C. Rig Report - Feb. 27

Northeast B.C. Rig Report - Feb. 27

Rig activity in northeast B.C. fell back below 50% this week. Seventeen of 43 rigs are active, up one from this time last year, with Akita and Horizon no longer reporting rigs at Fireweed, Two Rivers, Oak, and Cache Creek.