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‘It affects everybody:’ Trudeau’s brownface photos worry Wet’suwet’en chief

Skeena-Bulkley Valley Liberal candidate declines to comment on prime minister’s indiscretion

‘This is where the movement is going to start’: Jessica Patrick remembered at memorial march

The march commemorates the one-year anniversary of the 18-year-old’s unsolved death

Planned power outages all-day Saturday for maintenance

More than 1,500 customers from the Nass Valley and areas to the north will be affected

PHOTOS: Canada, U.S. first responders remember 9/11 victims at Peace Arch Park

American and Canadian first responders shared grief at annual event

Northwest B.C. elders travel to Winnipeg for national gathering

Eight Nisga’a elders joined thousands of Indigenous elders from across Canada

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Scheer reacts after Trudeau apologizes for 'brownface' photo
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh reacts to 2001 photo of Trudeau in 'brownface'
Trudeau apology: brownface unacceptable and racist
DFO releases drone footage of work at Big Bar landslide site

Power restored to 120,000 customers after northern B.C. transmission failure

Lightning is suspected to be the cause of the outage, says BC Hydro

Three people wanted on warrants

Terrace RCMP asking for public’s help

Nisga’a Terrace Urban Local establishes as Gitlaxdax Society

Change to open up financial funding for Terrace Nisga’a residents

WATCH: Taylor Bachrach speaks to supporters at the opening of his Smithers campaign office

Check out Bachrach’s full speech at his campaign office opening Sept. 5

New mobile training unit coming to Coast Mountain College

Second mobile classroom intended to lower barriers in rural, remote communities

B.C. conference looks at how First Nations can be involved in cannabis industry

Some First Nations are dead set against it, while some see economic growth opportunities

PPC candidate for Skeena-Bulkley Valley has car stolen, crashed into house

Craven said that he does not believe he was targeted due to his candidacy

Nothing to stop Alaska from harvesting all sockeye swimming to B.C., says conservation group

“Fisheries in Southeast Alaska have harvested well over a quarter million sockeye salmon”

$662,102

BC Works ordered to pay up following March incident

Animal owners beware!

Proposed bylaw could land you in hot water