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It was a whirlwind trip and tour for the official leader of the federal opposition, Thomas Mulcair.
Voting for the Next Generation People's Choice photo contest is open until Sept. 7 at midnight
Members of the Prince Rupert theatre community took centre stage last week for Udderfest.
If you've noticed some clocks running fast last week, you're not in a time warp or going crazy.
A CN Rail train derailed in the earlier hours of Friday morning near the Hampton sawmill at Decker Lake after hitting a logging truck.
More than 2,100 entries received for the second annual contest
More than 3,500 people attended the 38th annual Elders Gathering in Penticton July 7 to 9.
TransCanada isn't the only pipeline company considering a route through the Nisga'a Lava Bed Memorial Park.
The eyes of the mining industry will be looking to Vanderhoof later this month as Minerals North takes place from May 21-23.
There were no bridges too far at the popsicle stick bridge competition held at Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School on May 3.
Rick Brouwer is more convinced than ever the region could use a place to nurture regional creativity.
Local governments will get help to cope with pressures of an expanding economy
Education and awareness are needed to stop human trafficking in our communities.
Fewer people are working in the region now than the same period in 2013, indicates the latest information from Statistics Canada.
A potential liquefied natural gas company is looking towards future development on the west coast.
A former federal Conservative cabinet minister has been named to the delicate job of looking for First Nations approval by Enbridge.
Hobiyee celebrations return to Laxgalts'ap (Greenville) after five years of the event making the rounds through the Nisga'a communities.
A Prince Rupert man is facing multiple charges following a series of criminal offences in the Prince George and Vanderhoof area.
The project is being undertaken by three northwestern BC environmental groups
Canadian Freightways is closing its operations west of Prince George along Hwy 16 and have Bandstra act as its agent in the region.