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Next generation of Taylor authors debuted

Next generation of Taylor authors debuted

Students at Taylor Elementary got the red carpet treatment May 18 for the school’s seventh annual Meet the Author book launch and signing event.
Mackenzie’s canoe given new life

Mackenzie’s canoe given new life

It’s a seaworthy replica fit for an explorer. On Monday, the District of Taylor unveiled the refurbishment of Alexander Mackenzie’s replica canoe at the visitor information centre, just in time for the tourist season.
Ancient mammoth tusk to wow visitors

Ancient mammoth tusk to wow visitors

The Visitor Information Centre in Taylor has a mammoth new artifact on display.
Much work to do as Fraser returns to mayoral duties

Much work to do as Fraser returns to mayoral duties

It was “a humbling experience” for MLA candidate Rob Fraser, one of three independents and five candidates running in Peace River North, when the results of the B.C. provincial election came rolling in on Tuesday, May 9.
Small slide reduces traffic to a single lane on South Taylor Hill

Small slide reduces traffic to a single lane on South Taylor Hill

The South Taylor Hill is moving single lane alternating traffic as crews assess a small slide that has come down. Caribou Road Services is working with the Ministry of Transportation to fix the problem and get traffic moving again.
Northeast B.C. bucks national trend in latest census data

Northeast B.C. bucks national trend in latest census data

Canada now has more seniors than children, but Northeast B.C. is bucking that trend with the exception of one community—Hudson’s Hope.

Municipalities moving to adopt mobile business licensing

Municipalities in the Peace Region are a mulling a move to implement a new business licence program that officials say will make it easier for mobile businesses to operate across the region.
Taylor cuts the ribbon on new community hub

Taylor cuts the ribbon on new community hub

It’s bright, has a fresh coat of paint, and is lined with art and artifacts of the district’s past. District of Taylor officials cut the ribbon and opened the doors to its new Community Services Hub at the rear of the community hall on March 1.
Taylor clinic gets three-month reprieve

Taylor clinic gets three-month reprieve

District of Taylor councillors voted Monday evening to fund the municipality’s medical clinic through the end of June, buying officials more time to deliver on a plan to recruit a new doctor to the community.
Census 2016: Fort St. John, Taylor population growth outpaces national rate

Census 2016: Fort St. John, Taylor population growth outpaces national rate

Population growth in Fort St. John and surrounding areas outpaced the national average over the last five years, according to Statistic Canada's first batch of 2016 census data released today.
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