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WorkSafe B.C. is studying several factors that may have caused the Jan. 20 explosion and fire at the Babine Forest Products sawmill.
CORE Biofuel Inc. said the company is not ruling out locating a green gasoline plant in the Burns Lake area.
Several Houston companies joined the two dozen employers who set up booths at a Burns Lake jobs fair last Friday.
Burns Lake and Houston RCMP raided a grow-op east of Houston last week, seizing 2,700 marijuana plants and three restricted firearms.
Overwhelming sadness was felt as Lake Babine Nation members prayed to the large crowd gathered at the Margaret Patrick Memorial Hall.
Over 100 hang ups from the Regional District of Bulkley Nechako's 911 service area during the first seven weeks of operation
LDM applying a pre wet solution to local roads to increase road safety
Burns Lake Atoms girls team were defeated by the Houston girls team.
Turtle Gardens Animal Rescue Shelter in Topley is set to receive up to $5,000 from the Pedigree pet food company.
Fred Wilson, from Houston, accepts a prize for $10,000 in gold from Bill and Louise Sullivan at the grand opening of the new Sullivan Motor Products building.
A recently released report detailing public account figures for the province shows how much taxpayers spend each year to foot the bill for an MLA.
The tourism industry contributes $28 billion to Canada's gross domestic product.
What was originally planned to be a two hour meeting between concerned citizens and Northern Health officials turned into an exchange that stretched to nearly four hours last Tuesday night.
Bill Mracek, vice president and general manager of Endako Mines said to Lakes District News that the mine's new mill will be up and running by October 2011.
Karl Klassen, public avalanche warning service manager for the Canadian Avalanche Centre said that while they don’t have any data available specifically for the Tweedsmuir Park area, conditions in this area are likely to be similar to those across the province.