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Obituary – Renee Sewards, 60

Obituary – Renee Sewards, 60

Born November 10, 1952 – Died June 6th, 2012 Follow…

Obituary – Arno Lawrence Richard, 71

Born March 12 1941 – Died May 21, 2012 Follow…

Obituary – Minaya Shaeumin, 84

Obituary – Minaya Shaeumin, 84

Born July 11, 1928 – Died December 3, 2012 Follow…

Statement by Bob Zimmer, MP regarding Government’s intention to sell Ridley Terminals

OTTAWA – Bob Zimmer, Member of Parliament for Prince George-Peace River, made the following statement regarding the announcement that the Harper Government intends to sell Ridley Terminals Inc.: “As a…

Propane industry supports Fair Rail Freight Service Act – new act offers balanced approach to managing railway/shipper relations

OTTAWA – The Canadian Propane Association (CPA) announced support for the new Fair Rail Freight Service Act (the Act) and views it as a balanced approach to managing relations between…

Time for ‘NDP pipeline peek-a-boo’ to end

VICTORIA – With one of his senior MLAs today confirming the BC NDP plan for a ban on all pipelines and tankers, Environment Minister Terry Lake says it time for…

Peace River Site C hydro project an option to help close B.C.’s growing electricity gap

Peace River Site C hydro project an option to help close B.C.’s growing electricity gap

Site C is a potential dam and hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeastern British Columbia. It is one option being considered to help address British Columbia’s growing…

Fort Nelson River will not be dammed – Pimm

Fort Nelson River will not be dammed – Pimm

  I would like to respond to the ongoing discussion around the water issue in the Peace country and Northern Rockies. There has been a point made that there are…

The hazards of a well-made bed

What do you sleep on? Of course, the normal reply is the mattress. But few people realise they’re also resting on millions of Dermatophagoides pteronyssinuscan (dust mites). So how can…

First communities announced for Off-Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan

VICTORIA – Five pilot communities will participate in the first phase of the Off- Reserve Aboriginal Action Plan (ORAAP). The pilot communities are: Vancouver, Surrey, Prince George, Kamloops, and Duncan.…

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