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Safety alert: Health Canada recalls dehumidifiers due to 'fire hazard'

Safety alert: Health Canada recalls dehumidifiers due to 'fire hazard'

Consumers are advised to immediately stop using the affected product and ask the manufacturer for a refund.
In person voting a go, says chief public health officer

In person voting a go, says chief public health officer

Canada's chief public health officer says Canadians will be able to vote in person in the next federal election, despite a fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In B.C.'s biggest river, 85% of the salmon habitat has been lost

In B.C.'s biggest river, 85% of the salmon habitat has been lost

A new study has found only 15 per cent of salmon's historical habitat remains on B.C.'s Lower Fraser River, Canada's biggest salmon-bearing stream. Could removing over 1,000 barriers bring them back?
'Unusual outbreaks' of kennel cough spark warning from BC SPCA

'Unusual outbreaks' of kennel cough spark warning from BC SPCA

The outbreak isn't being caused by any of the usual suspects.
RCMP Corporal riding for charity

RCMP Corporal riding for charity

RCMP Cpl. Greg Jodoin has raised over $2,000 cycling for kids fighting cancer.
Food hub being launched for Peace producers

Food hub being launched for Peace producers

Food hub has potential to generate a million dollars a year for local producers
Phone scam targeting Fort St John and area

Phone scam targeting Fort St John and area

Fort St John RCMP are warning residents of a phone scam in the Peace Region.
Extortion files on the rise, say Fort St John RCMP

Extortion files on the rise, say Fort St John RCMP

Fort St John are urging caution on social media, after receiving several calls from residents who say they've been extorted.
Feds announce $25,000 for Canol Pipeline history project

Feds announce $25,000 for Canol Pipeline history project

Pipeline was built from 1942 to 1944 to help fuel war defence efforts
Site C workforce topped 5,000 in June

Site C workforce topped 5,000 in June

1,580 workers reported at camp Wednesday