Trevor Hewitt

Farmers Market experiencing good vendor turnout despite COVID-19 restrictions

Last Friday the market recently ran its fifth market since reopening

Former mayor remembered as a man who would fight for what he believed in

Adrian Meeuwissen passed away on Fathers Day with his family by his side

Houstonites deserve easier access to transparency in setting gas prices

It shouldn’t require a background in investigative journalism or familiarity with freedom…

Silverthorne gets $1.5 million for new daycare facility

West wing will be renovated to include childcare spaces for before and after school

‘They deserve our best’: HSS teacher retiring after over 30 years at school reflects on career

Ted Beck first began teaching at Houston Secondary in September of 1989

Friendship centre shifts sights to housing grant for women, children fleeing violence

The organization is shifting it’s vision for a building at 3448 10th Street

Houston section of CGL pipeline on track for Spring 2021 construction start date

TC Energy representative Tanner Moulton gave council an update at their June 16 meeting

Northern Health issues alert over rise in illicit Benzodiazepines contaminating street drugs

Healthcare provider has previously said COVID-19 could have impacted drug supply

Regional District approved for business liaison grant to assist with COVID-19 recovery

Grant offers each of the northern development regions up to $75,000 in funding

Over 40 participate in annual fry release into Buck Creek

Around 5,000 Buck Creek Canfor hatchery fry released in total throughout day

RDBN to consider next steps after Parks and Outdoor Recreation Study at June 18 meeting

Report to District highlights growing demand for outdoor recreation opportunities in region

Community Response Network says thanks to healthcare workers on World Elder Abuse Day

Houston coordinator Carroll Airey surprised over 100 workers with cupcakes and goodies

Poulton and 9th intersection closed until completion of downtown beautification

The District is entering into its third week of a 20-week long downtown revitalization project

District reopens Fitness Centre; users must book appointments in advance

Facility was closed on March 16 to prevent spread of COVID-19

Illicit overdose deaths on the rise during COVID-19: Northern Health

March 2020 saw a 61 per cent increase in illicit overdose deaths province-wide compared to February

B.C. police watchdog group investigating after June 1 death of Kitimat man

The man was reported to have fallen a number of times while in police custody on May 30

Union calling for Save-On-Foods to extend COVID-19 worker incentive program

Save-On-Foods is ending its two-dollar-an-hour pay increase on May 30

UPDATE: District of Kitimat says wildfire believed to be human caused

The fire is currently covering approximately 15 hectares

Northwest sees 0 fentanyl-detected deaths in January but Northern Health numbers static

Northern Health saw six fentanyl-detected deaths in January, the same as in 2019