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No evidence NDP-Green alliance will work, premier says

No evidence NDP-Green alliance will work, premier says

B.C. Premier Christy Clark said Wednesday that she will let Lt.-Gov. Judith Guichon decide whether to call another election if the Liberal government goes down to defeat as expected Thursday.
School district's 2018 budget stays the course

School district's 2018 budget stays the course

The school board has approved its annual budget for next school year, which is expected to stay the course for the most part. The board voted to approve the $77-million 2018 budget on June 19, drawing on $1.
Federal Tories speak in favour of Site C, Kinder Morgan

Federal Tories speak in favour of Site C, Kinder Morgan

Members of the federal Conservative’s British Columbia caucus say they will be doing all they can to keep the province’s economy afloat as an alliance of ideological foes gets set to take power in Victoria. “We’re concerned about B.C.
Learning about life in the north

Learning about life in the north

Cumulative impacts workshops makes stop in Peace Region
Thousands raised for cancer research

Thousands raised for cancer research

Arnie Insberg tourney on track to meet $20,000 fundraising goal
Baldonnel school kitchen complete

Baldonnel school kitchen complete

After a year of fundraising and donations, Baldonnel Elementary School has a brand new kitchen. The school officially opened the new kitchen with a ribbon cutting on June 26, though the kitchen has been in use for a few weeks.
Peace Region MLAs 'shocked' after Liberal bills defeated

Peace Region MLAs 'shocked' after Liberal bills defeated

Peace Region MLAs were shocked after the NDP and Green Party shot down two Liberal government bills Monday.
New American duties on lumber imposed

New American duties on lumber imposed

As expected, Canadian lumber producers were hit today with additional duties on softwood lumber exported to the U.S. The U.S.
North Peace horticulture study to be presented July 12

North Peace horticulture study to be presented July 12

The North Peace Economic Development Commission wants to talk about the horticulture business with residents at an upcoming event in Hudson's Hope.
Water referendum passes

Water referendum passes

Residents in Area B of the Peace River Regional District have passed a referendum to establish potable water services.
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