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Ruby McBeth: Reading up on Peace history

Ruby McBeth: Reading up on Peace history

If you are looking for local history, the Fort St. John North Peace Museum has a good selection of history book about our Peace area.
PRRD investigates new regional park at Inga Lake

PRRD investigates new regional park at Inga Lake

Popular fishing site already home to campground and boat launch
'I'm melting': How B.C. is healing long-haul COVID-19 patients

'I'm melting': How B.C. is healing long-haul COVID-19 patients

As COVID long-haulers seek a way out of a set of debilitating symptoms, the head of one B.C. long-COVID clinic worries Omicron could trigger a wave of patients
Is it time to rethink how much you drink?

Is it time to rethink how much you drink?

New evidence shows one out of seven of all new cancer cases in 2020 were related to one to two drinks daily.
More Canadians choosing to drive stoned, new research shows

More Canadians choosing to drive stoned, new research shows

The number of British Columbians involved in motor vehicle accidents after choosing to drive while intoxicated with marijuana products appears to have risen since its 2018 legalization, a new UBC study shows
B.C. emergency services face rising COVID-19 cases, but many refuse to share data

B.C. emergency services face rising COVID-19 cases, but many refuse to share data

Staff shortages are already growing across fire, police and ambulance services. Now, a leading infectious disease modeller warns of a 'danger zone' where emergency personnel shortfalls collide with peak hospitalizations.
Crypto-backed mortgages still raise red flags, says B.C. regulator

Crypto-backed mortgages still raise red flags, says B.C. regulator

Some private lenders are offering loans for mortgages backed by Bitcoin
B.C. forest industry predicted to shrink by half

B.C. forest industry predicted to shrink by half

Horgan government’s forestry policies blasted
MP Report: Justin Trudeau resorts to name calling instead of showing leadership

MP Report: Justin Trudeau resorts to name calling instead of showing leadership

Canadians deserve an unequivocal apology
First Nation energy projects funded

First Nation energy projects funded

Three First Nation energy projects in Northeast B.C. are receiving $400,000 in provincial funding, it was announced today.