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Like the proverbial phoenix, Babine Forest Products is rising from the ashes to once again be an economic driver for Burns Lake.
Northwest Regional Airport manager Carman Hendry's finger runs along a series of building shapes imposed upon a map of Bristol Road.
The mill at Huckleberry Mine is up-and running after a break down stopped its work for over a month.
If just four of the major liquefied natural gas terminals proposed for the Northwest proceed an estimated 15,000 workers will be needed.
A new joint venture partnership signed in Smithers highlights the importance of gaining social licence.
Pinnnacle Renewable Resources is making operational a new $5 million scrubber system that will improve air quality in the Burns Lake area.
With the price tag for its terminal on Lelu Island, Pacific NorthWest LNG could easily look to meet the minimum requirements of government.
When Skeena Sawmills closed in 2007, many believed it was another nail in the coffin for Prince Rupert and Terrace's forestry industry.
The eyes of the mining industry will be looking to Vanderhoof later this month as Minerals North takes place from May 21-23.
There's a slight difference between the projects being proposed or constructed today versus the fourth quarter of 2012.
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Wile many mines are proposed for Hwy 37, none are closer to completion than the Red Chris copper and gold mine.
The eyes of the energy world are on the North Coast as major international companies race to create (LNG) export terminals.
The Watson Island Development Corporation hopes to return the former pulp mill to the major economic contributor it once was.
The forest industry, long the economic backbone of the Northwest, is experiencing a resurgence as demand for lumber in Asia grows.
While the eyes of the energy export world turn to Prince Rupert and Kitimat, interest from the mining sector is looking north.
The hills around Vanderhooof may soon be home to the only wind farm in the Northwest as Innergex works on the Nulki Hills Wind Project.