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No injuries were sustained by occupants or firefighters.
A 36-year-old male was arrested for allegedly trafficking drugs, after which he was released.
Orders affected the public attending council meetings
Rebecca Johnson will be interacting with B.C.’s minor hockey players on June 25.
The Savory Rest Area cost $2.3 million and construction began in August 2019.
Other councils in region use video conferencing, as government says cities required to follow transparency rules.
Saik’uz and Stellat’en First Nations have taken Rio Tinto (Alcan), B.C. and Canada to court over the construction and operation of the Kenney Dam on the Nechako River.
The company made the announcement on Tuesday, June 9.
Fort St. James Secondary School is set to have their graduation on June 19.
The letter was provided as part of Fort St. James detachment’s annual performance plan.
A multi-aircraft flyover over the region is being planned for August 15.
Ministry of Education wrote a letter to parents dated May 28.
The principal wrote a letter to parents informing them about what to expect at school on June 1.
Nechako-Kitamaat Development Fund Society announced $139,702 in funding on May 29.
“We can confirm that there have been lab-confirmed cases across the north - in both large and small communities,” says Northern Health.
$197,630 in funding announced by the Prince George Community Foundation
The pipeline company provided a project update on May 21.
Q & A with Lindsay King, FireSmart Educator for the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako
The company also announced curtailments at their pulp mills in Prince George.
The District has frozen property tax rates for residential and light industrial classes.