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Man charged after B.C house fire triggers high-grade explosives

Thomas Daniel Kendall charged with causing bodily harm by failing to properly store explosives

Coast Guard warns of explosive hazard after barge runs aground on Haida Gwaii

West Coast Marine Response deploys skimmer vessel from Prince Rupert

Village of Queen Charlotte rattled by explosive fire

Police find live explosives near site of Haida Gwaii house fire, RCMP continue to investigate

Province to seize two Haida Gwaii homes, two residents face homelessness

Homes built in Hooterville near Queen Charlotte are considered Crown land

Former bank robber, author Stephen Reid has died

Notorious member of the Stopwatch Gang passed away Tuesday

  • Jun 13, 2018

B.C. man dies after rescued from sinking fishing boat

A Prince Rupert fisherman dies after suffering apparent heart attack aboard troubled boat

VIDEO: Young minke whale rescued after beaching in Haida Gwaii

Staff from the Queen Charlotte Lodge and Sampson Lodge spent hours cooling off the newborn

Liberals introduce oil-tanker ban bill

The bill would ban most tankers carrying crude oil along B.C.’s north coast

Tour de Rock vlog episode 1: The Observatory Hill

Black Press media rider Arnold Lim, tests his hill biking four years after his last foray with the Cops for Cancer, Tour de Rock.

Archeological excavating

A Babine River fishing village has an archeology class busy and excited.

B.C. timber report leaves questions

Houston town council questions and discusses the usefulness of the recent timber review.

Forest ministry to look at securing salvage loggers’ cut

B.C.’s forestry minister will soon decide whether to create a license for small-scale salvage logging in the Morice timber area.

College campus give alternate school students space

High school students can find a smaller, more flexible place to study in Houston this year

UPDATE: Apartment fire leaves 21 homeless

More than a dozen tenants lost their homes in a Houston apartment fire on Wednesday.

Morice River pipelines protest grows

About 160 pipelines protestors gathered at a week-long camp led by the Unis'tote'n clan of the Wet'suwet'en east of Houston last week.

Quick farmer getting his foot in the barn door

By 5 a.m. Wednesday, Jeremy Rouw had his eye on thunderclouds gathering above the mountains near his family’s dairy in Quick.

Dirt bikes noise drives complaints to District, RCMP

Noisy dirt bikes are driving some Houston residents up the wall.

Design pro to plan biking trails down Mount Harry Davis

Houston is gearing up to build a set of mountain biking trails down the south slope of Mount Harry Davis.

Second roof slows firefighters at Park Lane

A second roof slowed Houston firefighters as they tried to stop an Aug. 4 fire from sweeping through a Park Lane townhouse.

Poker ride, auction ring in support

Seventy-six horse riders bet on Houston’s community spirit at a poker ride for Adele Murray on July 28.