Chris Gareau

School trip not endorsed due to terrorism fear

Bulkley Valley School District 54 chooses not to endorse trip to Europe because of terrorism fear.

VIDEO: Fraudster hits Smithers area

Businesses in the Northwest are told to beware a fraudster using fake credit card.

Child Development Centre needs help in final stretch

Creating a top-notch facility that services 30 communities

Fraser Lake man missing

Jerry Krietz was last seen July 7 and wasn’t at work July 10, which is out of character for him.

VIDEO: Firefighting near Finger Lake south of Vanderhoof

Twenty firefighters were expected to arrive Thursday to hold back the 2,062-hectare fire.

Rainfall warning and flood watch for Bulkey

Environment Canada warns heavy downpours can cause flash floods and washouts.

Retaining mammography services at the Bulkley Valley District Hospital

Over 50 women and men gathered at the Smithers Legion last Wednesday…

Via Rail proposes $5 fares to “at risk” individuals in Northern British Columbia

The non-agent Crown corporation offered $5 fares to “at risk” individuals to improve safety along the region’s main thoroughfare.

Huckleberry Mine suspends pit operations

Imperial Metals Corporation has confirmed Huckleberry Mine has suspended pit operations.

Cullen supports test run elections, to find a voting system that’s best

The Liberal federal government was elected this fall on a platform that included changing the way Canadians elect members of Parliament.

Teen boater missing

Burns Lake's Bryce Gray, 17, has been missing since boating on Tchesinkut Lake Tuesday.

International anti-euthanasia speaker visits Houston

The Executive Director of Euthanasia Prevention Coalition, Alex Schadenberg, spoke in Houston to over 40 people March 21.

Chartreuse moose bio-flick premiers Wednesday in Smithers

For Monty Bassett, film-maker and producer from Smithers, making a documentary about artist Canadian artist Ted Harrison was a natural fit.