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Fort St. John's Jordan Fairlie records first career BCHL shutout in 7-0 win

Fort St. John's Jordan Fairlie records first career BCHL shutout in 7-0 win

Prince George Spruce Kings continue dominance in 2020-21 pod season
Northeast B.C. COVID-19 update for April 28

Northeast B.C. COVID-19 update for April 28

86,275 vaccine doses given across the north
COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU occupancy hit new record levels in B.C.

COVID-19 hospitalizations and ICU occupancy hit new record levels in B.C.

Five more people have died from the disease in the past day, raising B.C.'s death toll to 1,576
Around Town: MLA Davies gets his first vaccine shot

Around Town: MLA Davies gets his first vaccine shot

84,434 doses given in Northern Health
Federal Appeal Court tosses B.C. injunction over Alberta's turn-off-the-taps law

Federal Appeal Court tosses B.C. injunction over Alberta's turn-off-the-taps law

OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal has set aside an injunction granted to British Columbia in its constitutional fight over Alberta's so-called turn-off-the-taps legislation, saying the dispute is more theoretical than real.
NPSS Gradfest switches to week-long format for 2021

NPSS Gradfest switches to week-long format for 2021

Three hours of paid leave to get COVID shots now in force

Three hours of paid leave to get COVID shots now in force

Amendments to the Employment Standards Act providing workers with up to three hours of paid leave to get each dose of their COVID-19 vaccine are now in effect, the provincial government said Wednesday.
Fort St. John housing affordability the best in northern B.C.

Fort St. John housing affordability the best in northern B.C.

Fort St. John most affordable in northern B.C., 100 Mile House least affordable
From Hansard: ‘Our online data is our digital DNA’

From Hansard: ‘Our online data is our digital DNA’

Green MP Elizabeth May salutes MP Bob Zimmer for leadership on digital privacy
Cheree Peters excited about NCAA opportunity at Concordia Wisconsin

Cheree Peters excited about NCAA opportunity at Concordia Wisconsin

Peters hoped to advance to the college level following this season, but never thought about moving to the U.S.