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​Montney drilling activity roars near record in Q1

​Montney drilling activity roars near record in Q1

Drilling activity in the Montney play in Alberta and B.C. surged to some of its highest numbers on record in the first quarter of 2018, analysts with Peters & Co. said this week.
B.C. LNG industry optimism returns

B.C. LNG industry optimism returns

LNG Canada construction to start this year in Kitimat, CEO says
Vancouver energy company testing niche LNG market in China

Vancouver energy company testing niche LNG market in China

At the end of 2017, True North Energy shipped first B.C. liquefied natural gas export to China
Peace River Regional District CAO Chris Cvik released without cause

Peace River Regional District CAO Chris Cvik released without cause

The Peace River Regional District has released its chief administrative officer. The district announced in a short statement late Friday that it had released Chris Cvik "without cause.
Court Docket: May 14 - 18

Court Docket: May 14 - 18

A summary of sentences and fines handed out in the courts for the week ending May 18, 2018.
OGC enacts new seismic monitoring rules after increased number of ‘felt events’

OGC enacts new seismic monitoring rules after increased number of ‘felt events’

The BC Oil and Gas Commission has issued new monitoring and mitigation rules for hydraulic fracturing operators after a surge in drilling activity coincided with an increase in low level seismic events.
Education the goal of upcoming MS Walk

Education the goal of upcoming MS Walk

To the uneducated, Sherri Mytopher is unassuming, pretty and petite, her brown hair braided into a ponytail, her smile glinting with her eyes.
Museum News — May 2018

Museum News — May 2018

A re you looking to help preserve, present, and learn about the history of the North Peace Region of British Columbia? There are many ways you can do this from volunteering to becoming a member of the North Peace Historical Society.
2018 Regional Juried Art Exhibit results

2018 Regional Juried Art Exhibit results

The 36th annual Peace Liard Regional Juried Art Exhibit opened May 4 at the Phoenix Theatre in Fort Nelson. More than 90 pieces were exhibited, and judged by Paul Crawford and Lee Claremont.
TEDxUNBC launches search for speakers

TEDxUNBC launches search for speakers

TEDxUNBC is looking for 10 very forward-looking people. So forward-looking in fact that they can take to the stage and talk about what the next 150 years will look like.
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