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Hudson’s Hope seeks input on housing needs

Hudson’s Hope seeks input on housing needs

On Nov. 14, Hudson’s Hope residents were invited to a two-hour engagement session at Silver Willow Court to talk about the future of housing in the community.
Harvest Social recalls historic lodges of the Alaska Highway

Harvest Social recalls historic lodges of the Alaska Highway

Residents and history buffs alike enjoyed an evening of fun and fundraising at the Hudson’s Hope Museum’s 10th Annual Harvest Social this past Saturday, Nov. 18.
Hudson's Hope harvest social supports historical programming

Hudson's Hope harvest social supports historical programming

History buffs won't want to miss the Hudson’s Hope Museum's 10th Annual Harvest Social on Nov. 18.
Bat researchers turn focus to Alwin Holland Park

Bat researchers turn focus to Alwin Holland Park

A three-year bat monitoring project in the Peace Region is entering its final year of study, and scientists are hoping to learn more about bat hibernation habits and the deadly disease that threatens to wipe out local species.
Hudson's Hope Remembrance Day 2017

Hudson's Hope Remembrance Day 2017

Hudson's Hope Remembrance Day a colourful display of service across generations

Hudson's Hope Remembrance Day a colourful display of service across generations

From the distinct sound of the Last Post to the laying of wreaths, veterans, soldiers, and members of the miltary were honoured during Hudson's Hope Remembrance Day services.
Poppy campaign underway

Poppy campaign underway

The poppy boxes are out and local cadets will join them around the community this weekend to raise funds to support veterans and local community groups.
Aboriginal populations climb in B.C. and across Canada

Aboriginal populations climb in B.C. and across Canada

British Columbia's aboriginal population continues to grow, with numbers in the Northeast outpacing provincial and national averages. There were 270,585 aboriginal people recorded in B.C.
Museum eyes spring opening for Rutledge Heritage Building

Museum eyes spring opening for Rutledge Heritage Building

The Hudson’s Hope Museum plans to open a new exhibit next spring. A barn, now dismantled, built in the 1930s by pioneer Leo Rutledge, was donated to the Hudson’s Hope Historical Society two years ago.
‘You can’t buy another river’: Hudson's Hope residents speak on Site C

‘You can’t buy another river’: Hudson's Hope residents speak on Site C

Emotions ran high, as did the list of grievances, in Hudson’s Hope last weekend as the British Columbia Utilities Commission turned its eye to the town as part of its ongoing Site C inquiry.