Blair McBride

No running water at trailer park

Residents of the Uplands Trailer Court west of Burns Lake have been…

No running water at trailer park

Residents of the Uplands Trailer Court west of Burns Lake have been…

Farmers can access up to $300,000 for climate change projects

Farmers in the Bulkley Nechako region might be able to access thousands…

Giesbrecht murder trial resumes

The trial of Burns Lake resident Albert Giesbrecht resumed as scheduled on…

Vehicle fire closes Highway 16

A vehicle fire about 25 kilometres east of Burns Lake has slowed…

Burns Lake RCMP seek suspect

Gary Alec Junior faces charges of sexual assault, assault, breaking & entering and uttering threats

58% of British Columbians concerned about paying off debt, poll says

Most people in British Columbia are concerned about their ability to repay…

Humans alter environment to improve life

Editor: One of the unelected “chiefs” objecting to the new natural gas…

New harvestable timber limit to be set by Fall, forester says

The new limit on harvestable timber in the region should be known…

RDBN considers plan to cut $40,000 subsidy to recycle depots

The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (RDBN) is trying to reach an agreement…

Privacy woes arise amid StatsCan’s gathering of Canadians’ data

Statistics Canada (StatsCan) has for years been gathering Canadians’ information and providing…

Telkwa mayor hopes to draw new business to the north

The mayor of Telkwa is looking to draw new opportunities to the…

Unresolved land claim at heart of Wet’suwet’en pipeline opposition

Fourteen people may have been arrested at a blockade south of Houston…

Quebec to get $13.1 billion for 2019-2020 in federal equalization

As 2019 unfolds the federal government unveils its plans for the new…

Lakes District Maintenance faces stiffer rules amid snowy roads

The recent heavy snowfall has made road safety top of mind for…

Most First Nations in northern BC support LNG pipeline

Despite the headline-grabbing news coming from the Gitdumt’en anti-pipeline site, most First…

Most First Nations in northern BC support LNG pipeline

Despite the headline-grabbing news coming from the Gitdumt’en anti-pipeline site, most First…

$42M fibre internet expansion bid needs more study, RDBN says

A proposed project to expand fibre internet connectivity throughout the region needs…

Regional Benefits Alliance leadership takes shape

The Northwest British Columbia Regional Benefits Alliance (RBA) is in the final…

Northern B.C. not immune to opioid crisis

Drug overdoses have taken a heavy toll on British Columbians over the…