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Speeders, poachers nabbed in Alaska Highway enforcement blitz

Speeders, poachers nabbed in Alaska Highway enforcement blitz

BC Highway Patrol says 75 tickets were handed out to motorists for speeding and driving without due care along the Alaska Highway earlier this month.
Upgraded oil recycling centres arrive in Fort Nelson

Upgraded oil recycling centres arrive in Fort Nelson

Two new and upgraded public recycling centres will provide Fort Nelson residents with free and easy eco-friendly facilities to return their used oil and antifreeze, the BC Used Oil Management Association says.
New Alaska Highway rest stops planned at Sikanni, Steamboat

New Alaska Highway rest stops planned at Sikanni, Steamboat

Cell service and more is coming to two rest-stops along the Alaska Highway.
Former Canfor sawmill site now mining bitcoin

Former Canfor sawmill site now mining bitcoin

Brian Fehr has been buying up old sawmill sites in B.C. to create new business ventures
Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Fort St. John real estate market on red hot rebound

Sales up 101% year-over-year in northern B.C.
Pioneering Alaska Highway historian Marl Brown mourned

Pioneering Alaska Highway historian Marl Brown mourned

Fort Nelson is mourning the death of long-time resident and pioneering historian Marl Brown.
Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Survivors of a residential school in northern British Columbia have given the community strength and courage to keep pushing in a decades-long fight to demolish the building, says the deputy chief of the Daylu Dena Council.
Residential school survivors seek to witness demolition of place of nightmares

Residential school survivors seek to witness demolition of place of nightmares

'It wasn't the buildings that did that; it was the people,' survivor says of abuse.
Lower Post postpones school demolition ceremony after animal remains found

Lower Post postpones school demolition ceremony after animal remains found

LOWER POST, B.C. — A ceremony to mark the demolition of a former residential school building in a British Columbia First Nation community has been postponed after animal remains were found by construction workers.
Fort Nelson sets new temperature record

Fort Nelson sets new temperature record

High of 26C, risk of thunderstorms in today's forecast