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Environmental groups want Supreme Court to stop wolf cull

Environmental groups want Supreme Court to stop wolf cull

Two non-profit environmental groups filed a petition with the Supreme Court of British Columbia last week challenging the provincial government’s legal authority to shoot wolves in the South Peace and Selkirk regions.
RCMP say it's too early to deem hunting death accidental

RCMP say it's too early to deem hunting death accidental

RCMP are saying it’s too early to determine whether a hunting-related death in Saddle Hills County last week was an accident. Four people were hunting near Bonanza on Monday, Jan.
RCMP confirms hunting accident death near Bonanza

RCMP confirms hunting accident death near Bonanza

No further details are being released
January oil and gas land sale a two-year low

January oil and gas land sale a two-year low

Drilling rights brought in $212,000 at the January land sale; lowest total of the past two years.
Peace valley family takes home top prize in canola yield contest

Peace valley family takes home top prize in canola yield contest

A canola farming family in the Peace River valley won top prize in a yield contest with last year's harvest—on land rented from BC Hydro that will be lost to the Site C dam reservoir.
New transmission line 'chasing customers for Site C,' Hydro critic charges

New transmission line 'chasing customers for Site C,' Hydro critic charges

Former opposition leader Adrian Dix says a trio of power lines, including a recently-completed project near Dawson Creek, are examples of BC Hydro "chasing customers" for the Site C dam.

Province announces training programs for aboriginal groups

The provincial government announced a series of skills training programs for First Nations communities in the Peace Region Thursday.
Taylor Fire Department saw fewer calls last year

Taylor Fire Department saw fewer calls last year

Taylor’s Fire and Rescue Department had a busy year in 2015, putting in more than 4,100 hours through calls, training and community events, and with the departure of Alan Stebbing as fire chief. Capt.
West Moberly First Nations reach project agreement on Coastal GasLink pipeline

West Moberly First Nations reach project agreement on Coastal GasLink pipeline

First Nation the latest to sign deal on 670-kilometre pipeline
Hitting the slopes for cancer research

Hitting the slopes for cancer research

Slopes for Hope is just around the corner, which means Peace residents have an opportunity to raise money for cancer research while taking in some serious powder. Skiers and snowboarders from around Northern B.C.
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