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ICBC Warns BC Residents About Holiday Car Theft Safety

ICBC is warning British Columbians to leave their cars free of valuable Christmas gifts this holiday season. Throughout last year there were 10,000 break-ins to vehicles reported province wide including…

Premier Horgan in Northern BC Amidst Site C Decision

While residents in northern BC await the decision from the Provincial government on the future of Site C, Premier John Horgan met with Northern community Mayors yesterday in Prince George.…

Northern Health Not Running Northern Health Connection Bus

Northern Health announced that it will not be running the Northern Health Connection Bus during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays this year. The program provides transportation to northern residents…

School District 60 Set to Receive 500,000 Dollars

School District 60 is one of 91 organizations set to receive funding for child care provided by the provincial government. In total, 33 million dollars will be provided to various…

Montreal Canadiens Alumni Game coming to Mile Zero

Some NHL alumni are coming to Mile Zero on the Alaska Highway. The RCMP and the Dawson Creek & District Hospital Foundation are set to host a Montreal Canadiens Alumni…

Horgan Speaks on US Softwood Lumber Decision

The Premier was busy yesterday as he also released a statement regarding a US decision that could drastically affect the north. The US Department of Commerce officially ruled yesterday that…

FSJ Transportation Board Speaker Registration Deadline tomorrow

The deadline to register as a speaker at the Passenger Transportation Board hearing in Fort St. John in regards to discussing Greyhound’s application to shut down four routes in northern…

Site C Future Could be decided Tomorrow

The future of the Site C dam could be known as early as tomorrow. Officials within Premier John Horgan’s office said that the BC government could have its say on…

Spill On Highway 97

The reasoning behind the major delays on the Alaska Highway following a tanker crash over the last few days are becoming more clear. The Highway was forced closed between Wonowon…

Possible Double-Digit Temperatures on the way in the Peace

Environment Canada is forecasting possible record breaking temperatures throughout the next week for the Peace Region. Meteorologist Doug Lundquist of Environment Canada, says that there’s a ridge of high pressure…