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Tahltan attempt to evict jade and placer miners

Northwest First Nation says activity is poorly regulated and causing environmental degradation

B.C. father haunted by ‘nightmares’ of daughter’s murder in 100 Mile House

Supreme Court Justice hears submissions for sentencing in Michael Martel case

Three more earthquakes off north and central B.C. coasts

No tsunami or damage reported after the aftershocks in near Bella Bella, Port Hardy and Haida Gwaii

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Landslide on the Kitimat River

District of Kitimat forced to stop pumping water

Chad Day reelected president of Tahltan Central Government

Tahltan mining interests advanced during Day’s first two terms

CMSD82 school superintendent takes leave of absence

Janet Meyer, school district’s director of human resources, will serve as acting superintendent

CMSD 82 teachers cast non-confidence vote in board trustees

Board refuses to speak face to face on pressing issues, teachers federation says

FULL STORY: Feds announce funds to replace Kitimat’s Haisla Bridge

Bill Morneau said Ottawa’s $275 million will also help fund high energy-efficient gas turbines

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Council to look at rezoning land for manufactured home park

On Tuesday night the District of Kitimat will consider an application to…

Lightning ignites seven wildfires in the Northwest Fire Centre

Crews are fighting flames near Smithers and Rosswood

Dog missing following wolf attack in Thornhill

Two wolves seen on Copper Mountain trails

DFO announces openings for fresh water chinook

Opportunities are few between widespread closures throughout Skeena watershed

Lost Lake closed for fishing due to goldfish invasion

Pet fish is considered an invasive species to B.C. wild

Researchers to flush Skeena with bright dyes for spill-response study

Kitsumkalum leading effort as rail transport of hazardous materials on the rise

Feds announce funds to replace Kitimat’s Haisla Bridge

Bill Morneau said Ottawa’s $275 million will also help fund high energy-efficient gas turbines

We’re killing our bears

Attractants still a major problem in Kitimat