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Clark stepping down as B.C. Liberal leader, MLA

Clark stepping down as B.C. Liberal leader, MLA

Former premier Christy Clark has announced that she will resign as B.C. Liberal leader next Friday. Clark, 51, informed the Liberal caucus of her decision this morning. She also plans to step down as the MLA for Kelowna West, her office said.
Fort St. John trio presses on through challenges in cross-Canada bike trip

Fort St. John trio presses on through challenges in cross-Canada bike trip

The cross-Canada bike trip that Fort St. John residents Ben Dawson and Dawit Feyissa embarked upon May 27 is continuing on as scheduled, though there have certainly been some challenges along the way.
Esteemed vet to be feted Sunday

Esteemed vet to be feted Sunday

When it comes to saving and caring for animals, Dr. Richard Wood has seen and done it all. The veterinarian will celebrate 50 years of practice in the North Peace this Sunday at the North Peace Fall Fair grounds.
Capitalizing on land quality

Capitalizing on land quality

Horticulture study sparks talk about farmland financing
Davies bids adieu to council, turns focus to provincial duties

Davies bids adieu to council, turns focus to provincial duties

It was a bittersweet final council meeting for outgoing Coun. Dan Davies on Monday. Davies officially resigns from his role Aug. 1 after 12 years at the council table, and will now be focusing full time on his duties as MLA for Peace River North.
Eggers repeats as champ, wins Lone Wolf Classic

Eggers repeats as champ, wins Lone Wolf Classic

Along the way to his 10th Lone Wolf Classic victory, Travis Eggers had to overcome the course, and himself—conquering new tees set further back from the greens, and a horrific front nine on his first day to repeat as champion.
Blizzard riders remain active, victorious

Blizzard riders remain active, victorious

The Blizzard Bike Club remained busy last week with a flurry of activity. The Baldonnel Time Trial on July 13 was well attended, with 16 riders. Pat Ferris was first in the 16km trial with a time of 26:50.
CanolaFest returns to homegrown roots

CanolaFest returns to homegrown roots

Weekend of local music kicks off July 28 at Jackfish Dundee’s
Supporters, critics sound off on Pacific NorthWest LNG cancellation

Supporters, critics sound off on Pacific NorthWest LNG cancellation

The decision by Petronas to abandon plans for its Pacific NorthWest LNG project has generated discussion across the country.
Petronas pulls the plug on Pacific NorthWest LNG project

Petronas pulls the plug on Pacific NorthWest LNG project

After investing billions in Canada, Malaysian oil and gas company is cancelling its Prince Rupert LNG project
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