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MLA Davies to serve as education critic

MLA Davies to serve as education critic

Peace River North MLA Dan Davies has been named to the BC Liberals’ shadow cabinet in the legislature. Davies will serve as education critic alongside Langley MLA Mary Polak, a former minister of health, environment, and more.
Tour of the Peace cycling into high gear ahead of Saturday start

Tour of the Peace cycling into high gear ahead of Saturday start

Roughly $10,000 of $25,000 goal raised
Province scraps fees for adult education, English-language training

Province scraps fees for adult education, English-language training

Premier John Horgan fulfilled a key NDP campaign promise Tuesday by scrapping tuition fees for adult basic education and English language training programs across B.C.
Court Docket: July 31-August 4

Court Docket: July 31-August 4

A summary of what went on in Peace Region courts for the week ending August 4. There were no cases up for sentencing in Fort Nelson or Hudson’s Hope.
After 50 years of practice, vet has no plans to slow down

After 50 years of practice, vet has no plans to slow down

Dr. Richard Wood began practicing animal medicine in his basement—today, his legacy continues to grow
Don’t let summer stifle your pets, local vets say

Don’t let summer stifle your pets, local vets say

Local vets and animal advocates are preaching pet safety 101 with summer in full swing in the Peace Region. Summer officially began June 21, but calls about trapped pets in hot vehicles are already coming into the North Peace SPCA.
Regional district, MP Zimmer address LNG, CN Rail issues

Regional district, MP Zimmer address LNG, CN Rail issues

CN Rail, liquefied natural gas, and rural mailboxes were just some of the issues bandied between regional district directors and local MP Bob Zimmer last week.
Regional parks feedback wanted

Regional parks feedback wanted

Boat launch upgrades, daytime picnic areas, better road maintenance, and more campsites are just a few of the improvements residents want to see at Montney Centennial Park.
Trencher sculpture to be unveiled Aug. 11

Trencher sculpture to be unveiled Aug. 11

After months of work and collabortation between multiple artists, the Peace Liard Regional Arts Council is nearly ready to unveil its completed trencher project.
Ex-Liberal leader Gordon Wilson fired from LNG job

Ex-Liberal leader Gordon Wilson fired from LNG job

Former Liberal leader Gordon Wilson has been fired as Buy B.C. LNG advocate with no severance.
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