Local News

Three new judges appointed in B.C., two senior judges reappointed

Senior judges will serve B.C.-wide, new judges head to Penticton, Kelowna and Kamloops

Terrace MRI up and running

Mills Memorial Hospital will offer services across the northwest, Houston to Haida Gwaii

Abbotsford artist wins big in condom wrapper design contest

Mouat grad Cassidy Luteijn’s pair of designs earn high grades from judges

B.C. highway sees snow in summer

Weeks of hot and dry weather ended by a hailstorm in Little Fort

Shambhala Music Festival cancels Sunday night lineup

More than 17,000 festival goers have been at the music festival since Friday.

Advanced signage for Kitimat River Hill

Kitimat River Hill and Highway 37 statistically have had fewer accidents on average

Abbotsford International Air Show Wrap-up


    Witness recounts ‘Deadpool 2’ crash which killed stunt driver


      Taking flight at the Abbotsford Airshow


        Early morning Surrey fire destroys RV


          Friendship Pole log makes its way to Kitimat

          Kitimat residents and visitors to the town will get to watch the pole being carved

          RCMP Roundup

          “The thieves are stealing mostly small items out of the vehicles,” said Draht.

          District receives $400-K boost through Gas Tax Fund

          $2.3 million for road maintenance starting in 2019

          Access restored to Minette Bay

          “In general, with education and reasoning, most are receptive to our concerns.” - Bossence

          Government looking for input on fish regulation

          UPDATED LINK: Share your thoughts on fishing regulations at letstalkfishhabitat.ca.

          NDP eliminate tuition for adult education, will end interest on student loans

          Government says this will open door for tens of thousands of people to upgrade their skills and save money.

          Business as usual for Kitimat’s LNG projects

          “We’re going to have to wait and see what government does next.” - Ellis Ross

          District to work on final Minette Bay West plan

          “We’d be the first ones to be destroyed by a fire, which could then spread to town.”

          Walk the trails, sitting in front of your PC

          This is the largest Trekker mapping project ever undertaken

          Justin Trudeau visits Revelstoke to encourage donations to Red Cross

          Prime minister urges others to help those affected by the B.C. wildfires

          Kitimat four join fire fighting effort in interior

          “They knew the fire was on the other side of the mountain”

          District hears proposal to change arena’s name

          Bill Dawson wants it named after mayor George Thom