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  • Lorne Benson - Citizens on Patrol in Smithers and Deputy Mayor Frank Wray - looking ahead to 2024

  • Earlier this year we brought you a story about the provincial government's cancellation of dozens of conservation lan

  • Town of Smithers last Regular Council Meeting of 2023 highlights.

  • The Federal Standing Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development passed a motion last week to urge the F

  • Human Rights Day 2023

  • This week The Federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans announced they will be providing $12 million for 6 projects

  • The Ksi Lisims project is a nearly 900 KM LNG pipeline project slated to begin substantial construction in 2024.

  • Last month a new council was elected in the Witset First Nation, today we speak with two term Councillor Kayla Mitche

  • Simogyat Gwiiyeehl, (Brian Williams) Gitxsa

  • This month the Town of Smithers temporality suspended weekly clean-ups and takedowns of the homeless encampment acros

  • As Coastal GasLink announces they have completed installation of their gas pipeline from Northeast B.C.

  • Jay Gilden - What Matters In Our Valley update and Skeena Wild Film Festival sponsor

  • As I’m sure we’re all aware, The Bulkley Valley and Lakes District has long standing agricultural roots in the region

  • Janet Harris - Cycle 16 fundraiser and Ben Anderson, local biker

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  • Minister Malcolmson of the Social Development and Poverty Reduction office is speaking about grants for nothern food

  • This week the federal government announced more than 200 million dollars will go to western provinces, including B.C.

  • With temperatures expected to drop in the coming weeks and as snow slowly creeps down the mountains concern is growin

  • Prince Rupert Community Services Director Cpt.

  • Canada's first tsunami tower is being built in Masset on Haida Gwaii and the town of Smithers is creating a new Parks

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