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Métis Nation BC encourages self-identifying Metis people to register as citizens

Métis Nation BC encourages self-identifying Metis people to register as citizens

MNBC is there to help Métis Citizens through a variety of programs and services
Buying bitcoin with Canada's first publicly owned, fully regulated crypto platform

Buying bitcoin with Canada's first publicly owned, fully regulated crypto platform

As people continue to find ways to protect their wealth from record inflation numbers, they’re turning to cryptocurrencies like bitcoin
B.C. has millions of dollars in unclaimed funds, some of it may be yours

B.C. has millions of dollars in unclaimed funds, some of it may be yours

BC Unclaimed Property Society maintains a free online database where people can search to see if they have any forgotten money waiting for them
M&M Food Market franchise opportunity now available in Fort St. John

M&M Food Market franchise opportunity now available in Fort St. John

Don’t miss out on a unique opportunity to join a well-known Canadian brand with a proven history of strength, resilience, and stability
BC RCMP facing increasing pressures but with fewer resources: National Police Federation

BC RCMP facing increasing pressures but with fewer resources: National Police Federation

No matter the conditions across the province, be it wildfire emergency response, handling a cultural or social issue with diplomacy, or routine patrol, RCMP officers are here for you
Coastal GasLink launches new Virtual Open House

Coastal GasLink launches new Virtual Open House

New virtual experience provides viewers with the flexibility to interact with content, watch videos, explore the Coastal GasLink project route, and pose questions and comments
Community support is the bedrock of the Coastal GasLink project

Community support is the bedrock of the Coastal GasLink project

From the City of Dawson Creek to the coastal District of Kitimat, the 670-kilometre Coastal GasLink project spans dozens of local and Indigenous communities.
BC Women’s Health Foundation launches 50/50 raffle

BC Women’s Health Foundation launches 50/50 raffle

The BC Women’s Health Foundation is launching a new fundraising initiative. Starting Nov. 16, B.C. residents can buy tickets online for the Foundation’s 50/50 draw up until the closing date of Dec. 18.
Virtual tools make healthcare accessible for all

Virtual tools make healthcare accessible for all

British Columbia has been praised for its effective response to the pandemic. But many aspects of life have still been impacted, including regular access to care.
Regain control of your finances with DIY Personal Finance

Regain control of your finances with DIY Personal Finance

Is it really possible to DIY your personal finances? Everyone should have a financial plan in place. We all hope to maintain a healthy financial life and be able to reach our financial goals. Many in Fort St.