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LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

LNG Canada marks milestone with arrival of core processing units

Three large pieces of equipment weighing nearly 1,000 tonnes have arrived in Kitimat, marking the beginning of the “going vertical” stage for the $17 billion LNG plant being built there.
Northern Lights College grads told to find power in empathy, kindness

Northern Lights College grads told to find power in empathy, kindness

Maris Thompson awarded Governor General's Academic Medal; Karl Mattson awarded Honorary Associate of Arts degree
Rose Prairie water station feasibility study approved

Rose Prairie water station feasibility study approved

The Peace River Regional District approved Thursday a new feasibility study for the Rose Prairie water station.
Shell Days lets SD60 students try their hand at engineering

Shell Days lets SD60 students try their hand at engineering

Students from Grades 1 to 8 had the chance to think about a future in engineering this week thanks to Shell Days, a School District 60-wide event put on by Shell Canada and DiscoverE, which saw students engage in various projects through Engineering
Researchers pull record-breaking, 100-year-old white sturgeon from B.C. river

Researchers pull record-breaking, 100-year-old white sturgeon from B.C. river

At over 293 centimetres (9.6 feet) long and 152.7 kilograms (336 pounds), the female white sturgeon was the biggest pulled from the Nechako River in modern history.
Hunt on to find owner of retro photo album found in Dawson Creek

Hunt on to find owner of retro photo album found in Dawson Creek

The hunt is on to find the owner of a photo album found in Dawson Creek that may date back to the 1930s.
Nearly $140K seized in Fort St. John was gangster's drug cash, B.C. says

Nearly $140K seized in Fort St. John was gangster's drug cash, B.C. says

Dr. Kearney students give skateboarding a try

Dr. Kearney students give skateboarding a try

In an effort to integrate skateboarding into school programming, Dr. Kearney students took part in an introduction to skateboarding class June 8 and 9, with a very stoked response from students and teachers alike. 
Oil tops $70 a barrel

Oil tops $70 a barrel

Energy sector leads TSX higher as oil tops $70 a barrel
Keystone XL pipeline project cancelled by TC Energy after over a decade of delays

Keystone XL pipeline project cancelled by TC Energy after over a decade of delays

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. says it is walking away from the Keystone XL pipeline project and ending a decade-plus battle that pitted the energy industry against environmentalists as oilsands producers sought to export Canadian crude.