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Conservation office launches new guardian role for Haida Gwaii

Position developed in part to improve partnerships with Haida Nation

Mold shuts down construction at QC supportive housing project

Construction of the new 19-unit modular housing complex in Queen Charlotte has…

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Some new air passenger rights land mid-July, others delayed until Christmas
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600 new campsites coming to spots across B.C. ahead of the 2019 season

Prince Rupert Gas Transmission project searches for partners

TransCanada is renewing permits for its natural gas pipeline project to North Coast.

Coastal GasLink stops work to investigate archaeological find

OGC archaeologists are en route to the Houston-area site where Unist’ot’en report finding stone tools

Major upgrades needed for Port sewage lagoon

Engineering firm itemizes shortcomings for provincial and federal standards

TSKLH Nation sues Province over Brucejack mine revenue sharing

The Tsetsaut/Skii km Lax Ha seeks to assert rights and title in the area around Pretivm gold mine.

Coastal GasLink prepares sites of construction work camps

Unist’ot’en condemn 14 ‘man camps’ housing 500-800 workers as threatening safety of women and children

Disabled ship off Haida Gwaii towed to Vancouver

Newly contracted emergency offshore towing vessel, Atlantic Eagle, paid Prince Rupert a brief visit

Terrace SAR, military coordinate joint late-night backcountry rescue

Two skiers were stranded on a mountain ridge Saturday night

Wet’suwet’en Strong shirts dominate All Native Tournament opening ceremonies

Committee vice-president says the basketball tournament in Prince Rupert shouldn’t be about politics

Trustee Moores resignes from school district

Patrick Moores, Haida Gwaii’s school board trustee for Masset and Tow Hill,…

Investigation into Naikoon logging finds no fault with BCTS

Complaint centred on increased harvesting, harmful effects on ecosystem

Unist’ot’en not joining hereditary chiefs’ provincial reconciliation

A potlatch feast will be held in March by the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to discuss with clans.

Queen Charlotte water reservoir back to normal

The Village of Queen Charlotte is reporting reservoirs have now returned to…

ICBC lowball injury offers aren’t driving up court costs, ministry says

B.C. auto insurance monopoly struggling with rising legal, settlement costs

Cullen calls federal ruling a “huge win for wild salmon”

Skeena-Bulkley Valley MP disappointed it took a federal court to change DFO policy on farmed salmon

Sandspit hits record low temperature amid cold snap

Environment says a ‘cold arctic’ is over the province

B.C. Ferries to alter schedule for All Native Tournament

The service announcement comes two weeks before the opening tip-off of the tournament

Hereditary chiefs renew demand for pipeline shutdown

Coastal GasLink found non-compliant with environmental assessment certificate last year

  • Jan 31, 2019