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It's been a crappy week
Local director worried people with mental illness or their caregivers may fall through the cracks
Last two regular council meetings have been difficult for both councillors and public to participate
Open fire prohibitions came into effect on April 16.
Marisca decides to be hopeful and confident about the future
Some users questioned if getting information on utility companies is an emergency
Organizers said they made tough call to cancel 73rd annual event
Town of Smithers says financial impact of COVID-19 and future uncertainty made termination necessary
Analyst says a lot goes into determining gas prices
Volunteer says he was told to stop by Ministry of Environment
Feeling lonely? Consider adopting a pet .... but remember it is a lifetime commitment.
The group has mobilized volunteers in Smithers and throughout the Northwest
It is hard to parent while social distancing, having to change plans and create a new normal
Trevor Bruintjes estimates a third of businesses in town will close their doors during this pandemic.
Marisca calls on the community to be kind while keeping some space between us
Time to put away your bird feeders and secure garbage
Safety and health is a top priority for parents
Smithers and District Chamber of Commerce says businesses are not looking to the future
Advice from the Canadian Mental Health Association on coping with the Coronovirus
I talked to a lot of parents this week about how they were holding up with their kids being home and in self isolation. Most people seemed very optimistic and fortunate they could work from home and genuinely enjoy some quiet, quality time with the family. I suppose last week was March Break and most people were prepared for their children to be home anyways. I'd be interested to talk with the same people though after week two, or three (or four!) of this crisis.