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NDP veterans endorse Horgan for leader

NDP veterans endorse Horgan for leader

Cullen and Coons reject Canada as a global energy superpower

Cullen and Coons reject Canada as a global energy superpower

Prince Rupert mayor, Lax Kw'alaams and Kitkatla chiefs comment on Watson Island case

Prince Rupert mayor, Lax Kw'alaams and Kitkatla chiefs comment on Watson Island case

Lax Kw’alaams was recently named a defendant in the court case involving Kitkatla and the City of Prince Rupert, in which the Gitxaala says the City is required to consult with them before the Watson Island can be sold, and Lax Kw’alaams Chief Garry Reece said being included in the case is critical for his community and the Lax Kw’alaams First Nation.
Ferry fare caps allow major hikes in years ahead

Ferry fare caps allow major hikes in years ahead

BC Ferries wanted room to raise rates even more
Fraser Institute releases report card on Aboriginal education

Fraser Institute releases report card on Aboriginal education

On March 31 the Fraser Institute released their 2011 Report Card on Aboriginal Education, which is based on 2009 numbers from elementary and secondary students, and the results are a bit of a mixed bag for the North Coast.
Ferry increases lower than feared but still too high, opponents

Ferry increases lower than feared but still too high, opponents

Defence on the offence [Part 3 of Justice Denied series]

Defence on the offence [Part 3 of Justice Denied series]

Why not fight? Court delays a disincentive to pay traffic fines or plead guilty to more serious crimes

Kitimat modernization moves closer to reality with contract signings

There were lots of smiles at Kitimat Valley Institute last Wednesday afternoon, especially on the faces of the representatives of the companies that had just landed a couple of lucrative contracts.
Port Edward given an extension to keep school open

Port Edward given an extension to keep school open

After hitting a speed bump on the road to keep a school in the district, Port Edward council members left a special open school board meeting on Tuesday with their minds eased and more time to figure out how to keep an education facility in the community.
B.C. NDP leadership into home stretch

B.C. NDP leadership into home stretch