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Taylor looks to kickstart new housing development

Taylor looks to kickstart new housing development

Meeting Thursday on subdivision plan
Greyhound meetings next week; deadline to register Friday

Greyhound meetings next week; deadline to register Friday

Public hearings for feedback on a Greyhound Canada’s proposal to stop bus service in some parts of Northern B.C. go next week. Hearings will go in Fort St. John, Prince George, Terrace and Smithers from December 11 and December 14.
No flu shot? Put on a mask in health facilities

No flu shot? Put on a mask in health facilities

The province is asking everyone who hasn't gotten a flu shot to wear a mask when entering provincial healthcare facilities.
Northeast unemployment drops to 5.3% in November

Northeast unemployment drops to 5.3% in November

Unemployment in the Northeast dropped to 5.3 per cent in November, a dramatic rebound and down by nearly half from the same time last year. In a labour force of 39,700, the region saw 37,700 people employed.
Taylor Remembrance Day 2017

Taylor Remembrance Day 2017

Air quality warning ended in Fort St. John and Taylor

Air quality warning ended in Fort St. John and Taylor

The advisory was lifted Saturday morning. Original Story: Northern Health and the Ministry of Environment have issued an air quality advisory for Fort St. John and Taylor.
Taylor talking traffic safety

Taylor talking traffic safety

The District of Taylor has launched a survey to gather feedback on traffic safety in the community. The survey runs until Nov.
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.
Compressor upgrades at McMahon plant would lower emissions

Compressor upgrades at McMahon plant would lower emissions

Enbridge plans to upgrade half-century old, obsolete technology at its McMahon processing plant in Taylor.
Phoenix volunteers look to spread their wings

Phoenix volunteers look to spread their wings

The Phoenix Volunteer Club is looking to spread its wings to support more people in need in the community. The club held its first Fall Harvest Festival at the Taylor Hall Oct.