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The seeds have been planted for the next crop of northwest female hockey players.
Decision reflects increased industrial traffic, says the provincial government
Two Prince Rupert players are ready to represent the northwest in Mission next month.
Seasonal employment conditions were reflected in December 2013's jobs total for the Northwest compared to November 2013.
An hour a day of fitness can be made fun, especially when it is coupled with other healthy choices like eating right.
About 2,500 volunteers will be needed for B.C. Winter Games
The number of people working dropped from October to November but so did the available workforce in the region, Stats Canada reports.
Rupert netminder Kat Samaras helped the Terrace midget reps beat Lower Mainland teams handily at a tournament in Kamloops last month.
The jobless rate held steady in northwestern B.C. in October compared to September, Statistics Canada on Nov. 8.
Region's jobless rate now nearly half of what it was a year ago
Black Press Media Group is pleased to announce the arrival of LocalWork.ca, our new jobs and resume website.
Northwest natural gas users are now benefitting from lower rates due to a continuing glut of the fuel in North America.
One of the best to play on the Prince Rupert Kings passed away last week.
The number of people working in the Northwest increased slightly in August over July, reports Statistics Canada.
A website meant to connect workers with skilled jobs expected from industrial development in the coming years is now active.
More than 20 northern residents spent Aug. 15 touring various Fort McMurray area oilsands developments courtesy of Enbridge.
It's the largest Canadian-owned classified site in Victoria, Ottawa and PEI and now it's coming to a screen near you.
June employment figures for the region released today show the jobs picture continues to improve.
Runners in the northwest were taken aback last month with an announcement stating that the Fall Run would be cancelled.
The number of people working in the Northwest increased in May from April, says Statistics Canada in its latest employment release.