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Treaty 8 First Nations mull impacts of LNG decision

Treaty 8 First Nations mull impacts of LNG decision

Hundreds of new wells would be drilled in First Nations' territory if Pacific NorthWest LNG is built. For some, that means opportunity. For others, it's a threat to a way of life
Company upgrades proposal for fourth dam on Peace River

Company upgrades proposal for fourth dam on Peace River

Amisk Hydroelectric adds height, megawatts to proposed dam near Dunvegan, Alta.
Gallery looks to bolster Art Auction haul

Gallery looks to bolster Art Auction haul

At least $10,000 still needed to launch new program
Zimmer to keep tabs on Asia-Pacific Gateway

Zimmer to keep tabs on Asia-Pacific Gateway

Local MP Bob Zimmer has been tasked to keep the government’s feet to the fire over its Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative.
Bringing food security to the table

Bringing food security to the table

Food security is as much a modern issue as it was a century ago. The Northern Environmental Action Team and Urban Systems invited members of the public to Come To The Table Oct.
‘Compete for workers’: Grand opening at amenities-heavy Site C camp

‘Compete for workers’: Grand opening at amenities-heavy Site C camp

$470-million camp includes 1,600 rooms, fitness equipment, licensed lounge
Slick roads, collisions prompt reminder from RCMP

Slick roads, collisions prompt reminder from RCMP

Mounties were kept busy last week after another shot of snowy weather slicked city streets and the Alaska Highway. Fort St. John and surrounding areas saw 24 centimetres of fresh snow between Oct.
Water flushing plan, new sink on tap as Taylor continues lead sampling

Water flushing plan, new sink on tap as Taylor continues lead sampling

The District of Taylor plans to replace a sink at its fire hall while School District 60 will flush water lines at Taylor Elementary School after elevated lead levels were found in the drinking water at the two facilities. In a Sept.
How ‘local’ is the Site C workforce? A look at the numbers

How ‘local’ is the Site C workforce? A look at the numbers

Last month, BC Hydro released its July stats on the Site C workforce, giving us 12 months of data on who’s working on the controversial dam project on the Peace River.
Towerbirch pipeline expansion gets conditional green light

Towerbirch pipeline expansion gets conditional green light

Second layer of consultation will be needed on $439M expansion project
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