Quinn Bender, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

Tourism coalition pushing for Skeena chinook fishery

Recreational catch and release creates lowest impact, highest value: report

Rescued Oregon family simply unprepared for adventure, RCMP say

Agencies now helping the group of four get to their destination in Alaska

Tahltan to get $7-million annual cut of Brucejack tax revenue

The Tahltan First Nation will receive a $7-million annual share of the…

Last Greyhound bus leaves B.C.’s Highway of Tears

BC Transit will fill void on an interim basis beginning June 4

Backyard fire-pit tragedy takes life of 13-year-old girl

B.C.’s Grace Peerless dies of complications from burns to upper body

UPDATE: No charges for Terrace Mounties in relation to 2016 suicide

RCMP officers used Tasers to try to apprehend man before he took his own life

River Forecast Centre expects low flood risk from Skeena

As high temperatures persist, river levels expected to stay within two-year norms

Salmon closures a devastating blow to North Coast business

DFO director says an announcement on restrictions for salmon in marine areas expected early June

Mismanaged salmon farms unacceptable: Cullen

Commissioner suggests Ottawa favouring aquaculture over wild salmon management

Salmon fishery top of mind as Cullen returns to Parliament

Skeena Bulkley Valley MP says he’ll push for earliest release of DFO plan

Search for David Kim continues into weekend

Volunteer search group’s mission is to compliment police efforts

Province gives $300K to Resource Benefits Alliance

Money for Northwest B.C. committee intended for outreach and partnership-building with stakeholders

Bear sightings trickling in

BC Conservation advises removal of attractants as hibernation ends

DFO opens dialogue with MP

Nathan Cullen concerned over public tensions as fisheries plan hashed out

UPDATE: Cullen demands better leadership on salmon crisis

MP urges ground-level cooperation amidst grim estimates of sockeye, chinook returns

U.S. consulate general to visit Prince Rupert

Trip part of the Northwest’s first-ever pop-up consul for American residents

Future Hiker: journey toward the Pacific Crest Trail

In early April a Northwest woman will set out to complete one…

Veterinarian wants 2,900-km death trap removed

Collapsed, 100-year-old Yukon Telegraph line believed to be killing moose across north

UPDATE: Highway 16 closed between Rupert and Terrace

DriveBC expects highway to reopen Thursday afternoon

UPDATE: Hwy 16 open in both directions

The highway was closed yesterday from Terrace to Prince Rupert due to high avalanche danger