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The company that’s building a gold mine north of Stewart, B.C. is planning to ramp up its hiring efforts this fall.
The views of British Columbians on Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project have not gone through a massive shift over the past year.
Although the average temperature for the end of August and beginning of September in Houston is 19 C
With 22 proposed liquified natural gas (LNG) projects in B.C., thousands of workers will be needed
So can residents assume that the 2016 wildfire season is over in Northern B.C.?
Canada Post has reached tentative short-term agreements with the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW).
s it had been announced earlier this year, Huckleberry Mine closed its doors last week.
"Babine River has been flown and drifted to investigate a possible obstruction,"
If you've ever been unable to pay your B.C. Hydro bill, you are not alone.
Sightings of ‘ghost moose’ have long been reported in the B.C. wilderness
The bans on campfires in Houston were lifted on August 22.
Are you noticing more bats around your house or property? You are not alone.
“CN needs to take a much stronger initiative here in the regional district to protect our resources,” says board director
Canadians who have been authorized to access cannabis for medical purposes will soon be able to grow a limited amount.
Calling on the provincial government to ban natural gas company fracking operations near all hydro dams.
The mayor and council have received news from the Houston Mall management that they are currently in negotiations with a grocery supplier.
Money will go directly to the national charity Hope Air.
The alternate route would be further away from Unist’ot’en camp.
Fire danger rating for Burns Lake area was lowered July 21.
Warm ocean conditions are affecting returning salmon across the province.