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  • Tuesday 8-8:30am
  • Tuesday 2-2:30pm
  • Tuesday 4-4:30pm
  • Thursday 8-8:30am
  • Thursday 2-2:30pm
  • Thursday 4-4:30pm
  • Last night nearly 200 people filed into the Smithers Christian Reformed Church to speak out about potential amendment

  • Mark Gray, CEO Telkwa Coal on the proposed Telkwa Coal Mine in northern BC.

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  • Last week the provincial government announced $65 million dollars for Prince Rupert to deal with immediate issues to

  • Will George, Economic Development Office for Town of Smithers about Bylaw 24 (Parks and Open Spaces) discussion to al

  • Last week, after a lengthy investigation by the Transportation Safety Board into the the sinking of the tugboat Ingen

  • What Matters in Our Valley (Nancy Cody and Jay Gilden)

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  • Today we’ll hear from some of those on the frontlines of this cutting edge research how melting glaciers will have po

  • Northern Lights (Walter Joseph and Tom Burbee) 

  • Our feature interview with Emily Orr, The United Fishermen and Allied Workers’ Union Business Agent, is here to chat

  • Banned Books and Cooking Classes (Wendy Wright, Smithers Public Library Director and Patricia Kolida, Smithers Multic

  • The 63rd All Native Basketball Tournament wrapped up this past weekend with new victors crowned champions of the all

  • On February 11th, 2021 the tug boat Ingenika sank in rough seas near Kitimat, B.C.

  • Share the love in Smithers!

  • On January 25th, Canfor announced a series of closures to its BC operation, closing a Chetwynd mill permanently and s

  • Bill C-5 passes to decriminalize personal possession of certain illegal drugs.

  • A Smithers teen is headed to the international stage this year to compete in what was once considered a fringe sport:

  • Earlier this month, the Wet’suwet’en along with the David Suzuki Foundation, called for a work-stop order for the Coa

  • Avalanche risk is at an all time high in 2023 according to Avalanche Canada's winter forecast.

  • Madeleine Ghatavi - Smithers Talks (Documentary)

  • Part 3 Quick Bridge - Jordan Sciberras from Luxton Contruction on decommissioning timeline and MoTI response to quest

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