Quinn Bender, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter

B.C. Officers estimate 200 crab were dumped off the side of Skeena Crossing Road near Hazelton.

Another illegal dump of 200 Dungeness crab discovered in northern B.C.

DFO confident new site related to larger April 2 dump

B.C. Officers estimate 200 crab were dumped off the side of Skeena Crossing Road near Hazelton.
Telegraph Creek, pictured last summer, is still recovering from the massive Alkali Lake wildfire last summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)

Fires still burning near Telegraph Creek

BC Wildfire Service assures residents of a proactive plan heading into wildfire season

Telegraph Creek, pictured last summer, is still recovering from the massive Alkali Lake wildfire last summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)
Some of the winners from the 2017 ThriveNorth Business Challenge. (file photo)

Northwest entrepreneurs pitch their plans for cash prizes

ThriveNorth announces 12 finalists in this year’s business challenge

Some of the winners from the 2017 ThriveNorth Business Challenge. (file photo)
About 250 Dungeness crabs illegally discarded off the side of Highway 16 between Moricetown and Hazleton, near Smithers. (Contributed photo)

250 Dungeness crabs illegally dumped off B.C. highway

Fisheries Act prohibits the waste of any fish that is suitable for human consumption.

About 250 Dungeness crabs illegally discarded off the side of Highway 16 between Moricetown and Hazleton, near Smithers. (Contributed photo)
Annita McPhee joins race for NDP nomination

Annita McPhee joins race for NDP nomination

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP hopeful is a three-term president of the Tahltan Central Government

Annita McPhee joins race for NDP nomination
Telegraph Creek following the massive Alkali Lake wildfire this summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)

Province kicks in $1.75M for Telegraph Creek housing

Money will be split between projects in Telegraph Creek, Dease Lake

Telegraph Creek following the massive Alkali Lake wildfire this summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)
Canadian astronaut Col Chris Hadfield, right, looks on as Tahltan Band Chief Rick McLean (red jacket) presents Monaco’s Prince Albert II with a painting by Tahltan artist Alano Edzerza. Tsēmā Igharas photo

Astronaut’s visit uplifts B.C. community still reeling from wildfires

Chris Hadfield joins field-research team in Telegraph Creek

Canadian astronaut Col Chris Hadfield, right, looks on as Tahltan Band Chief Rick McLean (red jacket) presents Monaco’s Prince Albert II with a painting by Tahltan artist Alano Edzerza. Tsēmā Igharas photo
A government-appointed council says British Columbia must take immediate action to increase wild salmon populations.

Wild salmon council calls for immediate action

Council says government must focus on ‘tangible, achievable, near-term actions’

A government-appointed council says British Columbia must take immediate action to increase wild salmon populations.
MP visits Wet’suwet’en blockade to support peaceful resolution

MP visits Wet’suwet’en blockade to support peaceful resolution

Nathan Cullen calls on Trudeau to engage in spirit of reconciliation

MP visits Wet’suwet’en blockade to support peaceful resolution
Natalia Balcerzak Photo                                The family of Cameron Kerr make a second appeal any information about the fatal hit and run of Cameron Kerr on Nov. 18.

Family of Cameron Kerr makes second public appeal

“The nightmares and images of Cameron’s last moments haunt me every day,” says mother

Natalia Balcerzak Photo                                The family of Cameron Kerr make a second appeal any information about the fatal hit and run of Cameron Kerr on Nov. 18.
B.C’s salmon advisory council skips Terrace

B.C’s salmon advisory council skips Terrace

Public engagement tour excludes all non-coastal communities

B.C’s salmon advisory council skips Terrace
Gitxsan forming cross-sector salmon management team

Gitxsan forming cross-sector salmon management team

Nation again declares closure of fishery in territory for 2019

Gitxsan forming cross-sector salmon management team
Representatives of local government, the province, BC Transit and local First Nations celebrate the arrival of a BC Transit bus to Terrace in November 2017. The new service between the city and the Hazeltons filled the last-remaining gap in the Highway 16 Transportation Action Plan. (File photo)

Highway of Tears public transit plan wins safety and security awards

Advocate for the missing and murdered says recognition deserved, “very very happy” with service

Representatives of local government, the province, BC Transit and local First Nations celebrate the arrival of a BC Transit bus to Terrace in November 2017. The new service between the city and the Hazeltons filled the last-remaining gap in the Highway 16 Transportation Action Plan. (File photo)
Public input wanted on salmon management

Public input wanted on salmon management

Engagement sessions part of strategy put forth by new Wild Salmon Advisory Council

Public input wanted on salmon management
Northern Health investigates racist posts of possible employee

Northern Health investigates racist posts of possible employee

Facebook comments call for segregated health authorities

Northern Health investigates racist posts of possible employee
Lady Macbeth. (Contributed photo)

Former B.C. crime reporter pens debut children’s book

Thom Barker channels his giant dog’s phobias into theme exploring critical thinking

Lady Macbeth. (Contributed photo)
Telegraph Creek following the massive Alkali Lake wildfire this summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)

Telegraph Creek wildfire evacuees may be home by Christmas

Structure loss was the highest for any First Nation in Canadian wildfire history, says minister

Telegraph Creek following the massive Alkali Lake wildfire this summer. (Jane Philpott Facebook photo)
Police searching for family of Smithers man missing since 1977

Police searching for family of Smithers man missing since 1977

The Stewart RCMP are looking to the public’s assistance to locate the…

Police searching for family of Smithers man missing since 1977
From left, David Wells, speaker for Kitsumkalum, welding student Jen Wilson, CMTN President Ken Burt and CMTN Board Chair Nicole Halbauer cut the ribbon at Coast Mountain College Friday for the official unveiling of a newly renovated and upgraded House of Cedar trades training facility.                                From left, David Wells, speaker for Kitsumkalum, welding student Jen Wilson, CMTN President Ken Burt and CMTN Board Chair Nicole Halbauer cut the ribbon at Coast Mountain College Friday for the official unveiling of a newly renovated and upgraded House of Cedar trades training facility.

CMTN unveils renovated House of Cedar

$18.4M upgrade and renovation cited as key to modern trades training

From left, David Wells, speaker for Kitsumkalum, welding student Jen Wilson, CMTN President Ken Burt and CMTN Board Chair Nicole Halbauer cut the ribbon at Coast Mountain College Friday for the official unveiling of a newly renovated and upgraded House of Cedar trades training facility.                                From left, David Wells, speaker for Kitsumkalum, welding student Jen Wilson, CMTN President Ken Burt and CMTN Board Chair Nicole Halbauer cut the ribbon at Coast Mountain College Friday for the official unveiling of a newly renovated and upgraded House of Cedar trades training facility.
B.C. anglers furious over American VIP fishing trip

B.C. anglers furious over American VIP fishing trip

DFO investigating legality of First Nations research licence to fishing party

B.C. anglers furious over American VIP fishing trip