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Board of Education hires independent consultant to review SD82 reassignments

Review will not change recent decisions but will gather input, says board chair

New protocol will better assist victims of sexual assault

Victims of sexual assault are set to benefit from the completion of…

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Smithers man receives two-year sentence for fatal car crash

Over a year after a fatal crash, a Smithers man has been sentenced to two years plus a day in jail.

Teachers cast vote of no confidence against SD82 superintendent

“The repercussions of her actions are now creating a divide in the community”: union

Tahltan reach benefits agreement over Seabridge’s massive KSM gold mine project

$308M agreement provides additional billions for Tahltan jobs, contracts

RCMP divers locate body of missing fisherman

He was found not far from where he was swept into the river

Search continues for missing Kitimat fisherman

He was swept into the river on Saturday

BC First Nation organization wants province to intervene at SD82

BCAAFC says there are still too many unanswered questions with principal change-ups

What do you do if you find baby wildlife all alone?

They’re cute and might be by themselves, but it doesn’t mean they’re abandoned, conservation says

Kitimat residents WILL see more bears this year

Clearing of brush for industrial development has displaced them

Kitimat CDC signs lease for Roy Wilcox

The move will create extra daycare spaces

Kitimat could get a cycling path network

The District of Kitimat receives a grant from provincial government

‘We were just kids’ : WWII veteran recalls Normandy landing

Terrace’s Bill McRae was 18 years old when he enlisted

Northwest fire bans to be lifted Friday

All campfires, Category 2 and 3 fires will be allowed

Teachers last to know of school threats

District’s response to Terrace and Kitimat threats last May in need of review, says teachers’ union

Indigenous voices finally heard with final MMIWG report, says Northwest B.C. advocate

The report contains more than 200 recommendations to multiple levels of government