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Land match program is hooking people up

Land match program is hooking people up

The BC Land Matching Program is operated through Young Agrarians, with funding from the Province of BC and regional funders. It’s a free program designed to match prospective farmers looking for land with land holders looking to lease their land for farming purposes. 
Canfor commits to developing Northern B.C. biofuel plant

Canfor commits to developing Northern B.C. biofuel plant

Arbios plant will be located at Canfor’s Intercontinental Pulp Mill site in Prince George
Home sales, prices continue to rise in Fort St. John

Home sales, prices continue to rise in Fort St. John

Property sales in Fort St. John continue their red-hot rebound from the pandemic last year, with home sales up 60% and average prices still on the rise to a near five-year high.
Provincial health officer wants Site C workers fully vaccinated

Provincial health officer wants Site C workers fully vaccinated

Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry says BC Hydro should make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory to work at Site C. There have been two outbreaks at the work site this year, the first in April and the latest declared Aug.
Save the dates: Virtual open houses set for Taylor Bridge Oct. 13 and 21

Save the dates: Virtual open houses set for Taylor Bridge Oct. 13 and 21

Two virtual open houses on the future of the Taylor Bridge will be held Oct. 13 and Oct. 21.
Northern Health audit, addictions, economy take focus during first day back in legislature

Northern Health audit, addictions, economy take focus during first day back in legislature

Peace River MLAs Dan Davies and Mike Bernier repeated their calls Monday for John Horgan and his NDP government to audit the Northern Health system and produce a plan for the province’s economic recovery.
Enbridge says still willing to talk on Line 5, despite Michigan's frustration

Enbridge says still willing to talk on Line 5, despite Michigan's frustration

WASHINGTON — Enbridge Inc. says it remains committed to a mediated settlement of its Line 5 dispute, even though the state of Michigan has given up on the talks.
Blueberry River, province continue negotiations following Supreme Court ruling

Blueberry River, province continue negotiations following Supreme Court ruling

The provincial government and Blueberry River First Nations say they are continuing negotiations on an interim plan for land management and permitting following a B.C. Supreme Court ruling that the provincial government breached its obligations under Treaty 8.
Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

Peace Region abattoir plans progressing

PRRD committee votes to support grant application to BC Hydro's Site C agricultural fund
B.C. to plow $260 million into electrification

B.C. to plow $260 million into electrification

Increased use of electricity to generate more revenue for BC Hydro, reduce rates