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Missing and murdered women campaigner cautiously optimistic about Inquiry

Missing and murdered women campaigner cautiously optimistic about Inquiry

Connie Greyeyes hopeful investigation will make indigenous women safer
Will 'melting' Alaska Highway permafrost affect popular tourist route?

Will 'melting' Alaska Highway permafrost affect popular tourist route?

Reports that northern sections of iconic highway 'melting' unlikely to deter travelers, tourism officials say
Peace Region court docket: Aug. 1-5

Peace Region court docket: Aug. 1-5

Here’s a look at what happened in Peace Region courts for the week ending Aug. 5. Courts in Chetwynd, Hudson’s Hope, Tumbler Ridge and Fort Nelson saw no cases up for disposition in the last week. Fort St.
Pair of pipelines gain environmental approval

Pair of pipelines gain environmental approval

Woodfibre LNG's Eagle Mountain pipeline and Pembina's Plateau Pipeline expansion both get green light from the province
Amnesty International pushes feds to halt Site C, launches 'global campaign' against dam

Amnesty International pushes feds to halt Site C, launches 'global campaign' against dam

Report 'marks the beginning of a global campaign by Amnesty to halt Site C’s construction'
Committee recommends Taylor golf ball dismantling

Committee recommends Taylor golf ball dismantling

Moving Taylor's landmark giant golf ball has turned out to be too costly to justify.
20 charged with fishing offences during B.C. Day CO blitz

20 charged with fishing offences during B.C. Day CO blitz

Conservation Officers seized a jet boat, 26 fish and issued 20 charges as part of an enforcement blitz over the B.C. Day long weekend.
Veresen Inc. to sell power generation assets, shift focus to midstream natural gas

Veresen Inc. to sell power generation assets, shift focus to midstream natural gas

Veresen Midstream, a subsidiary of Veresen Inc., has announced plans for $2.5 billion worth on investments in the Peace Region
Community food drive a big focus at upcoming United Way Fire Truck Pull

Community food drive a big focus at upcoming United Way Fire Truck Pull

Food banks in Fort St. John saw more than 3,400 clients in June, according to the United Way of Northern British Columbia. The agency is gearing up for its sixth annual fire truck pull on Sept.
North District RCMP gets chopper

North District RCMP gets chopper

A helicopter will now be North District RCMP's eye in the sky, while its airplane will patrol the Southeast District RCMP's territory in an exchange of aircraft announced late last week.