Skip to content

Tumbler Ridge

Campfire on dinosaur tracks highlights need for fossil protection

Campfire on dinosaur tracks highlights need for fossil protection

Hikers who lit fire on ancient track way displayed "incomprehensible stupidity," Paleontology Research Centre head says
HD Mining still in on Murray River Coal project, Lekstrom says

HD Mining still in on Murray River Coal project, Lekstrom says

Blair Lekstrom is throwing cold water on a report that HD Mining is passing on its proposed underground coal mine in Tumbler Ridge.
CanWEA’s B.C. pull out won’t affect Tumbler Ridge wind project: company

CanWEA’s B.C. pull out won’t affect Tumbler Ridge wind project: company

Wind power projects are ploughing ahead in B.C., despite the Canadian Wind Energy Association’s (CanWEA) decision to back away from the province in the short-term.
Charles Helm nets Governor General's Caring Canadian  award

Charles Helm nets Governor General's Caring Canadian award

Charles Helm is recognized in Tumbler Ridge as an author and a doctor.
Mammoth tooth discovered by seven-year-old to be displayed at Tumbler Ridge museum

Mammoth tooth discovered by seven-year-old to be displayed at Tumbler Ridge museum

This latest addition to the Peace Region Paleontology Research Centre adds context to the ice age in the Peace
Two Peace businesses named award finalists

Two Peace businesses named award finalists

Filaprint in Tumbler Ridge and Vintage & Restoration Love in Dawson Creek are the only two Peace Region businesses to crack the top-five finalists for the Small Business B.C. Awards.
Waiting game continues for Wolverine miners looking to settle claims

Waiting game continues for Wolverine miners looking to settle claims

Workers from Walter Energy's Wolverine Mine who were laid off in the spring of 2014 will have to continue to wait to have their unsettled claims dealt with, a judge ruled earlier this month. B.C.
New Tumbler Ridge CAO among youngest in the province

New Tumbler Ridge CAO among youngest in the province

Tumbler Ridge has a new top civil servant, and he's likely the youngest person doing the job in the province. On Tuesday, the district announced Jordan Wall, 30, was taking over as chief administrative officer.
Peace Region paleontologists part of new dinosaur discovery

Peace Region paleontologists part of new dinosaur discovery

Dinosaurs danced to impress potential mates, stamping their feet and scratching the earth much like modern day birds, new research from local paleontologists suggests.
Tumbler Ridge sees largest decline as 2016 property assessments released

Tumbler Ridge sees largest decline as 2016 property assessments released

Property values in Tumbler Ridge have declined by more than a third from 2015 to 2016, according to new information from BC Assessment. In 2015, the averaged assessed value of a single-family home there was $210,000.
push icon
Be the first to read breaking stories. Enable push notifications on your device. Disable anytime.
No thanks