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Three-way race for mayor in Pouce Coupe

Three-way race for mayor in Pouce Coupe

This campaign season, Pouce Coupe has something you won't see in towns many times its size: a fight for the mayor’s chair.
When and where to get your flu shot in Northeastern B.C.

When and where to get your flu shot in Northeastern B.C.

It is once again flu season, and health authorities are hoping to spread the word: get immunized.
Teen rescued from Peace View Point cliffside

Teen rescued from Peace View Point cliffside

Fort St. John’s fire rescue team was put to the test Tuesday afternoon after receiving a 911 call from a 14-year-old boy who had become trapped 300 feet down the Peace View Point embankment, near the Peace Point Park lookout.
Drivers warned to watch for wildlife on Peace Region roads

Drivers warned to watch for wildlife on Peace Region roads

Drivers are at high risk for hitting wildlife this time of year, and should be particularly cautious, warned Gayle Hesse, a provincial coordinator with the Wildlife Collision Prevention Program.
Oil Rig Rumble hopes for big month this Movember

Oil Rig Rumble hopes for big month this Movember

The month of November means a chill in the air and the start of another long winter.
Jian Ghomeshi’s potential CBC lawsuit is hopeless — even if he’s telling the truth

Jian Ghomeshi’s potential CBC lawsuit is hopeless — even if he’s telling the truth

Jian Ghomeshi’s threatened $50-million lawsuit against the CBC has everything to do with strategy and PR — but nothing to do with legal entitlement.
'We're back to business as usual,' MP Bob Zimmer tells AHN in wake of attack on Ottawa

'We're back to business as usual,' MP Bob Zimmer tells AHN in wake of attack on Ottawa

Prince George-Peace River MP Bob Zimmer said that he wasn’t afraid, even when a shooter was just 20 feet away from him in the House of Commons on Wednesday. “To be honest, fear wasn't really a part of it for me,” he said.
Ottawa shooting leaves one soldier, gunman dead

Ottawa shooting leaves one soldier, gunman dead

The halls of the Canadian Parliament were attacked Wednesday by at least one gunman, who also killed a Canadian Forces reservist before being shot and killed himself.
First resource coalition meeting held in Fort St. John

First resource coalition meeting held in Fort St. John

The future of natural gas was on the agenda for the first Mayors Partnership Group meeting of the Northeast B.C. Resource Municipalities Coalition. The recently formed coalition, consisting of seven of Northeast B.C.
Attack on Ottawa; Zimmer reports 'gunman is deceased'

Attack on Ottawa; Zimmer reports 'gunman is deceased'

A soldier was fatally shot at the National War Memorial Wednesday morning before a single, masked suspect was shot dead in Parliament.