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  • Bill C-63 (The Online Harms Act) is a new bill proposed by the Liberal government to fight child abuse, exploitation,

  • After nearly a decade of negotiation and advocacy for Northwest BC communities and regional districts, the Northwest

  • Freedom to Read Week:

     

    Interviews with:

    Ruth Cooper - Hazelton Library

  • The 64TH All Native basketball tournament is over with Burnaby taking the top prize in the senior’s division.

  • The towen of Smithers approved the rezoning of the Alfred Avenue lot from a residential to a development zone in the

  • The 64th Annual All Native Basketball Tournament, the biggest sporting event of the year in Northwest BC, kicked off

  • This year, the Community & Business Excellence Awards (CBEA) celebrates 100 years in Smithers.

  • Pam speaks with BC Minister of Housing, Ravi Kahlon, Dan checks-in with the BC Housing community information session

  • By Christine Bruce

  • The childcare situation in Smithers, and indeed across the province, is at an all time low and embroiled in the worse

  • Dr.

  • Over the past five years, scientists and researchers from Simon Fraser University have been trying to better understa

  • The bonfire explosion at a New Years Eve party just outside of Smithers has rocked the community.

  • Gitxsan Chiefs of the Upper Nass Watershed unveiled their land use plan to the provincial government marking a key mi

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  • As the war in Palestine rages on, civilian casualties have topped 20,000, and there’s no end is sight.

  • Christine Bruce gets the low-down on Smithers Ringette Association

  • Federal NDP Transport Critic and MP for Skeena Bulkley Valley, Taylor Bachrach was bringing attention to Canada’s out

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