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Village of Queen Charlotte wishes CFO Debra Uliana a fond farwell

“Debra has been the constant face of the village through changes of mayor and council…”

  • May 18th, 2017

Masset’s new fire chief offers basic training

Sam Thorgeirson takes on chief’s role after getting top marks at Texas firefighting school.

Masset Marine Rescue rehearses a life-or-death skill

Self-rescue training follows deadly 2012 accident in Sechelt Rapid that killed two SAR volunteers.

Carsen Gray’s début album up for a trio of awards

“It feels amazing,” says Gray, speaking at home in Skidegate.

Agate guide launches at Crystal Cabin this Saturday

Pocket guide tells the story of Haida Gwaii agates, and Tlell stonecutter Dutes Dutheil.

Black Press papers shine at Ma Murrays

Papers from all around B.C. took home awards in almost every single category

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Royal Canadian Circus
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Easter around B.C.
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SASSY AWARDS: Judges select Langley's top seven youth today
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REPLAY: This week in B.C. in video
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The Drive Home: Hungry hiker calls for better burger access on Cape Fife trail

I missed my wife, but somehow in the end I was pretty sure I knew why I was sleeping outside… if not totally sure.

Charlotte Views: Growing a fair economy for Haida Gwaii

Haida Gwaii’s resource challenges are about governance, not simply international commodity markets or a lack of capital.

Pellet gun shooting leads to feline’s passing

Fresh wounds from the gunshots were not apparent, indicating that the cat had been shot some time ago.

  • Apr 21st, 2017

Skidegate youth swap soda machine for wild-foods freezer

At the Skidegate Youth Centre, the kids have ditched their Coke machine.

Are you the next Miss BC, Miss Teen BC or Mrs. BC?

Applications are now being accepted - find out more info here.

Black Press papers take home 53 Canadian Community Newspaper Awards

Newspapers received awards in sports, news and feature writing and photography

The sheer monstrosity of Shanghai!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Sensational Xi’an!

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

Smaller but baller: Young Saints win Jr. All Native

The Saints’ youngest team made history by winning the first ever under-13 championship at the Junior All Native Basketball Tournament.

From Vernon to the Great Wall

Contest winner Cindy Keith is sharing China through eyes while on a once-in-a-lifetime all-inclusive trip

St. Paul’s Thrift Shop turns 20

The Thrift Shop began its days in the annex of the church basement on October 19, 1996 after a very successful rummage sale.

The world on a plate: Cross-cultural potluck in QC shows global solidarity

A solidarity potluck in Queen Charlotte came shortly after news that the brother of Hassan Sirhan was killed in Syria.

Calf says ‘thank moo’ after mud-wrangling rescue

“I just figured well, it’s only mud, it’ll wash off,” said Corporal Connor Miller.

Odds ‘n Sods: Port Clements prepares for election, Vimy centennial

Tomorrow is VOTING DAY in Port Clements at the Village Council Chambers.