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Baptiste Nickel Project in northern B.C. is an opportunity to transition to decarbonization, says CEO

Baptiste Nickel Project in northern B.C. is an opportunity to transition to decarbonization, says CEO

The mining project by FPX Nickel is based near Fort St. James
Tahltan Central Government president Chad Norman Day resigns

Tahltan Central Government president Chad Norman Day resigns

Day cited strong disagreements with the board of directors and ongoing mistreatment of TCG staff
Vanderhoof woman represents Canada at world speed skating championship

Vanderhoof woman represents Canada at world speed skating championship

Alison Desmarais took part in the international competition held in Calgary last month
Landmark decision for Saik’uz, Stellat’en First Nations over fishing rights on Nechako river

Landmark decision for Saik’uz, Stellat’en First Nations over fishing rights on Nechako river

Court orders federal and provincial governments to protect Aboriginal fishing rights of the Nations
Shames Mountain near Terrace extends free skiing for pass holders of closed ski hills

Shames Mountain near Terrace extends free skiing for pass holders of closed ski hills

2023/24 passholders from Murray Ridge, Troll, Purden and Mount Timothy, can avail a free day lift
‘Summer of 69’ songwriter Jim Vallance launches music scholarship for Vanderhoof school

‘Summer of 69’ songwriter Jim Vallance launches music scholarship for Vanderhoof school

Vallance lived in Vanderhoof and attended NVSS in the 1960’s
Ellis Ross leaves BC United to run for federal conservatives

Ellis Ross leaves BC United to run for federal conservatives

Announcement comes day before Conservative leader Pierre Poilievre visits Terrace and Prince Rupert
‘9-8-8 is going to save lives’: B.C. MP on new suicide crisis helpline

‘9-8-8 is going to save lives’: B.C. MP on new suicide crisis helpline

Federal government launched the hotline in response to Todd Doherty’s longstanding mission
Vanderhoof RCMP seek public assistance in locating missing woman

Vanderhoof RCMP seek public assistance in locating missing woman

Chelsey Quaw was last seen near a Saik’uz Nation residence on Oct. 11
Major set back predicted for cattle industry in northwest B.C as hay shortage forces farmers to sell cattle

Major set back predicted for cattle industry in northwest B.C as hay shortage forces farmers to sell cattle

Cattle ranchers in Hwy 16 corridor to be economically affected for next 2-3 years
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