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Wilkinson, Horgan tagged over pulp mill file and legal battle

Case dates back to attempt to re-open closed Skeena Celluose pulp mill

BC Liberal leader affirms commitment to a new Mills Memorial Hospital

Andrew Wilkinson makes brief campaign stop in Terrace

Man dies from injuries following assault

Investigators looking for information on this homicide

Police probe serious assault

Man suffered life-threatening injuries

Strong values underpin Christian Heritage Party candidate

He's also suspicious of the COVID-19 pandemic

Former Skeena MLA passes away

Helmut Giesbrecht represented the riding from 1991 to 2001

NDP candidate battled cancer this spring

Ann Marie Sam says she's more than ever committed to running for office

BC Hydro forges ahead with fast chargers for electric vehicles

One for Burns Lake to be in operation this year; next year for Houston

Port authority to inspect underwater infrastructure

Work to take place at five locations

Village of Granisle orders derelict buildings demolished

Buildings considered unsafe and an eyesore

Financial fallback plan in place for Mills Memorial replacement

That's in case province rejects first submission

DP World strikes major investment infusion

Does so with Quebec-based pension fund

Library gradually increases patron services

Computers now available for public use

Major electric vehicle charging network announced

Stations to cover central interior and the northwest

Morice Forest Service Road arson probe continues

Cabin belonged to a Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief

Former Nisga’a Nation leader passes away

Joseph Gosnell was instrumental in negotiating landmark 2000 self-governing treaty

Wet’suwet’en checkpoint material remains alongside forest service road

Checkpoint featured in Coastal GasLink pipeline protests

Broman Lake activity

Jakes Construction Ltd. from the Fraser Valley has set up an operations base at Broman Lake, three kilometres from where it has a $15 million contract at 6 Mile Summit to add a westbound passing lane, extending the eastbound passing lane there now and improve the entry and exit lanes at the brake check and chain off areas. The project is to be completed by next fall. (Laura Blackwell photo)

Brucejack mine fatality identified

Patrick Critch was from Newfoundland

Feds provide more than $7 million for northwest First Nations’ COVID-19 response

Across B.C., more than $40 million was distributed