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WCSS conducts oil spill dry land clean-up exercise

By Kathy Smith Since 1972, Western Canada Spill Services Ltd. (WCSS) has been helping to ensure that the petroleum industry is in a state of preparedness for oil spill recovery. …

May 29th, 2013 – Issues 22 Volume 23

May 29th, 2013 – Issues 22 Volume 23

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Referendum early vote Wednesday

Referendum early vote Wednesday

We have entered into an exciting new era for the development of the Northern Rockies. The new Provincial funding agreement gives us the ability to upgrade our facilities and services…

Food Fight!

Food Fight!

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Alaskan man, 78, grounded for seven days in Fort Nelson

  A 78-year-old Sterling, AK, man will spending an unexpected extra few days in Fort Nelson after having his 2008 Ford Focus impounded last Wednesday at KM 419 of the…

Lucky escape for driver at the Muskwa Bridge

Fort Nelson Fire Rescue was dispatched to a motor vehicle incident on the Muskwa Bridge at approximately 8:00 Tuesday morning. Upon arrival crews found BCAS on scene aiding the lone…

Bumpy landing

Bumpy landing

Saturday afternoon at 4:24 p.m. police received a report that small plane had lost its nose wheel assembly while landing at the Fort Nelson Airport. When emergency services arrived at…

Alvina Berggren receives Red Cross Distinguished Service Award

Alvina Berggren receives  Red Cross Distinguished Service Award

  By Anne Margaret MacDonald On May 28th Alvina Berggren was presented with the Red Cross Distinguished Service Award for 24 years of dedicated service and volunteerism both locally and…

Student loan forgiveness applications now being accepted from rural doctors and nurses

GATINEAU – The Harper Government today announced that family doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and family medicine residents in more than 4,200 rural communities across Canada can now apply for Canada…

Temporary Foreign Worker reforms

VANCOUVER – BC Building Trades unions say federal government reforms to the Temporary Foreign Worker Program announced today are a very positive first step in response to the judicial review…

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