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Check the mail your BC Assessments are coming out

Burns Lake property values dropped from $149,000 to $148,000, the BC Assessment Authority has determined.

Derailment forces VIA passenger train cancellation

Refunds being offered to passengers

Train derailment reported near Kitwanga

No dangerous goods involved, says CN

Payphones being removed along Hwy16

Cellphone usage has increased

Four-wheel drive ambulances not in the cards for Prince Rupert, Haida Gwaii

No four-wheel drive ambulances for the north

LNG Canada project gradually taking shape

Extensive worker camp now being assembled

No wood supply merger contemplated, forests minister says

The provincial forests minister has put to rest any notion the provincial government might combine the Morice Timber Supply Area (TSA) surrounding Houston with the Lakes TSA in the Burns Lake area.

New Mills to have quiet space for family, friends

Quiet spaces now standard in new hospital construction

Taylor Bachrach holds Terrace for New Democratic Party

But loses Thornhill, federal election results show

Kitsumkalum First Nation eyes industrial transportation hub

Spur line to tie into CN rail network

Missing person search continues

Searchers concentrating on Buck Flats Road area

Search on for missing person

Woman, 69, has been missing since yesterday

Highway safety work between Terrace and Prince Rupert nearly finished

First plan for an overpass over CN tracks was shelved because of cost

Multi-million dollar weigh scale to be built

Slated for Hwy16 in Thornhill

Industrial development prompts call for highway improvements

Truck traffic to increase at Kitsumkalum project

New Mills construction project rejigged

But won't affect overall schedule

MLA to host forestry industry meeting

Ellis Ross is looking for ideas to stimulate employment

Top health bosses should eat hospital food, retired exec says

Burns Lake hospital aims to cook from scratch, official says

Retired Northern Health official: Managers should have to eat the same food served in hospitals

Former chief medical health officer says hospitals are relying too much on "corporate food"

Northwest Regional Airport passenger numbers soar

Record likely to be set this year, says airport manager