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Study recommends jurors receive more financial and psychological support

Federal justice committee calls for 11 policy changes to mitigate juror stress

Grads receive BC Transit passes

BC Transit provides passes to graduating students in more than 50 communities

Stop! They might NOT be lost!

Conservation Officer’s advice for rescuing young animals

Kitimat, Terrace home sales up from 2017

Optimism surrounding a potentially positive LNG decision one of the factors

First-ever United Way tour comes to Kitimat

“We hope to inspire the public to further support these vital community programs.”

One of Kitimat's first bear sightings
Pipeline battles: Federal NDP, Liberals fall on opposite sides
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make first appearance since wedding
Morgan Freeman to deliver PSAs on TransLink for new Visa tap launch

Former daycare operator convicted of kidnapping

Zsuzsanna Holland has been found guilty of abucting a person under the age of 14

  • May 18th, 2018

Human remains found near Nelson: RCMP

Called ‘suspicious’ until cause of death of determined

  • May 11th, 2018

Briefs: Coast Mountains School District

Budget, playgrounds, and Hazelton Secondary principal all discussed recently

Sweeping salmon closures for recreational fishing

Zero retention of chinook on Skeena River and Nass River effective immediately for sport fishers

Planned workers’ camp draws ire of Tchesinkut Lake residents

Dozens attend open house organized by TransCanada, RDBN

Tapping out: B.C. Morse Telegraph Club says goodbye to an era

Club signals its end as elderly telegraphers consign it to history

Mismanaged salmon farms unacceptable: Cullen

Commissioner suggests Ottawa favouring aquaculture over wild salmon management

Get ready for the 2018 Daffodil Dash

The organisers are also looking for volunteers to help out

  • Apr 15th, 2018

Winter road maintenance standards boosted

Quicker response times to be implemented

Kitimat RCMP ready to test for drivers under the influence of pot

“Like standardized field sobriety tests, drug recognition is observation-based.”

DoK wants to have more say in SO2 monitoring

“The EEM is not static and was always designed for periodic review”

Virus wipes out half the chum fry at hatchery

The number of chum in the river this year won’t be affected

Province fills college board vacancies

New appointees come from First Nations organizations

Bear sightings trickling in

BC Conservation advises removal of attractants as hibernation ends