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B.C. to redress Blueberry River treaty infringement

B.C. to redress Blueberry River treaty infringement

Resource development projects in Fort St. John region will need First Nation approval
Six new doctors welcomed to Fort St. John

Six new doctors welcomed to Fort St. John

It’s been a steady stream of good news with the welcomed arrivals of six new family doctors to Fort St. John so far this fall.
Northeast B.C. unemployment rises to 5.7% in September

Northeast B.C. unemployment rises to 5.7% in September

Province records big job gains in educational services, big losses in healthcare
$65 million announced for Blueberry River land restoration, cultural projects

$65 million announced for Blueberry River land restoration, cultural projects

In June, the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the province breached its treaty obligations to Blueberry River due to the cumulative impacts of industrial development in the region. 
BC Hydro announces COVID-19 vaccine mandate

BC Hydro announces COVID-19 vaccine mandate

Employees, contractors will need to be fully vaxxed by Nov 22.
B.C. may deep-six deep well credits for oil and gas

B.C. may deep-six deep well credits for oil and gas

Assessment suggests B.C.'s oil and gas royalty structure should be overhauled
B.C. launches oil and gas royalty review

B.C. launches oil and gas royalty review

The provincial government says it is launching a review of the province’s oil and gas royalty system.
Peace Region reps elected to Northern B.C. home builders association

Peace Region reps elected to Northern B.C. home builders association

Angèle Heinrichs of Fort St. John and Ashley Simmons of Pouce Coupe have been elected to represent the Canadian Home Builders’ Association Northern B.C.
LNG Canada announces mandatory COVID-19 vaccine program

LNG Canada announces mandatory COVID-19 vaccine program

LNG Canada now past 50% completion, with workforce expected to ramp up
15,000 water wells could be declared illegal in 2022, causing economic chaos

15,000 water wells could be declared illegal in 2022, causing economic chaos

People have been issuing warnings about this for several years, but a legislature committee heard first-hand last week about how bad it could get.