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Imperial Metals’ revenues decreased to $106.7 million in the June 2017 quarter compared to $116.2 million in the 2016 comparative quarter, a decrease of $9.5 […]

Imperial Metals sees revenue drop







The Cariboo Regional District has issued an evacuation order for anyone along the north arm of Quesnel Lake, northeast of Williams Lake. Residents are being […]

North arm of Quesnel Lake evacuated


The Cariboo Regional District has expanded its evacuation order for the area around Kleena Kleene in the Chilcotin. Due to immediate danger to life safety due to […]

Chilcotin evacuation order area expanded




Summer brings many things, including enjoying our time on the many lakes in northern B.C. For those living on lakes year round, part time, or […]

Blue-green algae may return to lakes


Preston Deveny
The Prince George RCMP and the Fort St. James RCMP are requesting the public’s help in locating a wanted man. Preston Munroe Deveny, 33, is […]

RCMP looking for wanted man


Investigators are seeking the public’s help identifying the person or persons responsible for the theft of thousands of tonnes of gravel. In November 2016, the […]

Gravel theft suspects sought



Cpl. Stephanie Lim with dog found in evacuation zone. RCMP photo
RCMP in the Williams Lake Wildfires Command Post had a friendly visitor who boosted spirits this week. While doing a check in the evacuated zone […]

Lost dog found in evacuation zone







Photo (top): Natisha Armstrong, City employee, unfolds and prepares one of the 180 beds now available at the PGSS gym in Prince George. City of Prince George photo
For the Cariboo District evacuees, the city has installed over 500 beds across three locations in Prince George: the College of New Caledonia, the Charles […]

City has 500 beds ready for evacuees


The City of Prince George is continuing to receive and provide accommodation to evacuees from the Cariboo Regional District due to the recent wildfires. As […]

City evacuation centre busy





Three men are facing weapons charges following an active Stampede weekend for RCMP in Williams Lake. In preparation for the weekend, police conducted checks on prolific […]

RCMP nab guns at Stampede


Takla Landing was celebrating its first annual Spring Cultural Days by putting on a hunting camp for students of Nuswadeezulh, Takla’s Community School. As the […]

Takla Landing students rescue baby moose







The BC Wildfire Service is responding to a new wildfire about 40 kilometres southwest of Lac La Hache. The fire was discovered on June 23 […]

Forest fire near Lac la Hache




A. Y. Jackson’s “Barkerville, B.C.” – photo by Heffel Fine Art Auction House
Barkerville is coming to Barkerville. For the first time ever, A.Y. Jackson’s painting ‘Barkerville, B.C.’ will be presented to the public at Barkerville’s Visitors’ Reception […]

Group of Seven painting featured at Barkerville


The College of New Caledonia in Quesnel and School District 28 are working collaboratively on a transfer in operations of academic upgrading courses.  The upgrading […]

CNC Quesnel offers academic upgrading


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RCMP are warning the public about  scam that is being perpetrated in northern B.C. This scam has claimed multiple victims in the northern parts of […]

Scam artists working northern B.C.





The BC Wildfire Service is responding to a new wildfire about five kilometres south of Pantage Lake and 40 kilometres northwest of Quesnel. The fire […]

Forest fire northwest of Quesnel









The BC Wildfire Service is planning a controlled burn near the base of Mount Horetsky, approximately 39 kilometres northwest of Fort Babine. The burn will […]

Prescribed burn slated near Fort Babine


The Lakes District Campus of the College of New Caledonia (CNC) is celebrating the achievements of its students on Friday May 26. The annual Celebration […]

Burns Lake CNC students graduate Friday


One person is in custody following a possible homicide on the south side of Francois Lake. RCMP say they received several calls at about 6:30 […]

Homicide south of Burns Lake


The River Forecast Centre has ended it high streamflow advisory for the Bulkley River, including small streams and tributaries around Houston, Telkwa, Smithers and surrounding areas […]

Bulkley River streamflow advisory cancelled