Flavio Nienow

Wildfire numbers dropping

With the onset of cool and wet weather across the province last week, wildfire numbers were dropping.

Are Burns Lake logging industry workers safe?

Local resident says logging operations should have ceased due to fire hazard rating extreme.

Still undefined if Morrison Mine will move forward

The proposed mine was ordered to undergo further assessment.

Vancouver resident Arsalan Hassan is finishing his third year of medical school at the University of British Columbia. Hassan worked in Burns Lake for four weeks as part of his medical program and said he was surprised at how satisfied he felt. The new Lakes District Hospital and Health Centre in Burns Lake opened in February 2015. Northern Health believes the new facility will help attract more health care professionals to the area.

The challenge of retaining physicians

What are the best strategies to make doctors feel at home?

Vancouver resident Arsalan Hassan is finishing his third year of medical school at the University of British Columbia. Hassan worked in Burns Lake for four weeks as part of his medical program and said he was surprised at how satisfied he felt. The new Lakes District Hospital and Health Centre in Burns Lake opened in February 2015. Northern Health believes the new facility will help attract more health care professionals to the area.
Mike Robertson captured this aerial shot of the Cheslatta gravesite. This current flood has not exposed any human remains yet.

Province addresses Cheslatta’s flooding

The province will support short-term watershed restoration projects.

Mike Robertson captured this aerial shot of the Cheslatta gravesite. This current flood has not exposed any human remains yet.
The search has now been suspended for the missing man whose truck left the roadway

Body recovered from Morice River

Police believe it to be the missing driver of rollover accident.

The search has now been suspended for the missing man whose truck left the roadway
As of noon July 11

Fire season shaping up as one of the worst

About 30 new fire starts a day are expected for the foreseeable future in B.C.

As of noon July 11