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Beef biosecurity standard in the works

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, in collaboration with the Canadian Cattlemen's Association, is undertaking a new initiative to develop a national voluntary biosecurity standard for the beef cattle industry.

Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame deadline approaching

The deadline for nominations for this year's Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame is May 10, 2010.

Hypnotherapy helps man regain lost memories

'This has turned my whole life around in two hours of treatment,' says patient

Fort St. John residents share their views on Site C

This is the final part of our four-part series on the announcement by the provincial government that it is moving head with Stage 3 of the Site C hydro dam. Today, we take to the streets to see what locals think about Site C.

Wild fires up in number for this time of year: officer

Northern B.C.'s above-average temperatures have created the perfect recipe for wildfires, but the biggest danger remains human carelessness.

Local teacher publishes children's book

Most parents feel the world would delight at their child's eccentricities, but not every parent tests that theory, as did Sharlene Weingart.

Site C and the environment

Environmental activists attempt to make their voices heard

Letter not confirmed or denied as hoax by RCMP

It's been six days since the fourth EnCana pipeline bombing letter was found in the Daily News' incoming mail, but information in the case remains paltry.

Site C and First Nations

West Moberly, Halfway River and Saulteau First Nations will be directly affected by Site C

CKCA falls behind

CAO says construction a month behind on new arts centre