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Update: Missing man found

Update (Jan 5/18): RCMP say the man has been found. Prince George RCMP are seeking a missing man. 49 year old Norman Lloyd Campbell was reported missing on January 2nd. He…

Attempted robbery at Chetwynd hotel

Mounties in Chetwynd were called to the Pomeroy Inn and Suites on Christmas Day after an attempted robbery. The incident occurred around 1:45 PM. Upon arrival, police learned that the…

Be aware around the Site C transmission corridor – BC Hydro

BC Hydro is warning residents to use caution along the Site C transmission line corridor. In a statement, the company says crews will be working at various points along the…

BC gov’t to raise homeowner grant threshold

The BC government announced today that they’re raising the 2018 homeowner grant threshold to $1.65 million, keeping the same percentage of British Columbian homes below the threshold as last year.…

Update: Missing man found

Update (Jan 4th, 2018): RCMP say Lokke has been found. Grande Prairie RCMP want your help in locating a missing man. 34-year-old Devin Lokke was last seen in Grande Prairie yesterday.…

RCMP investigate Christmas Day bear spray incident

Dawson Creek RCMP are investigating a Christmas Day dispute that ended with one person using bear spray on another. Police say they responded to the call at a Dawson Creek…

Grande Prairie Murder Trial Opens Today

The first court appearance of a man charged with the murder of a 16 year old girl in Grande Prairie is set to take place today. 19 year-old Justice Watt-Blais…

Two Peace Organizations Consoling Site C Opposition

Two Peace Region organizations are doing their part to console those opposed to the government’s Site C decision. The Peace Valley Solidarity Initiative has scheduled a summit to take place…

Peace Property Values Down But Up For Dawson Creek

The 2018 residential property value assessments revealed troubling results for Peace Region homeowners, except those in Dawson Creek. While most of the region saw their value drop, Dawson Creek and…

BC gov’t to cover the cost of abortion drug

The BC Government has announced that they will soon provide universal, no-cost coverage for Mifegymiso, an alternative to surgical abortion. In a release, the government says the drug can be…