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No wolves culled yet; cull scheduled for 2021 winter
Greg LeBlanc is on the job already
Houston resident Debbie Domes (C), enjoys the day out in the sunshine and fun in the snow recently with her grandchildren Clayton Mcgonigal and Alessa Mclearn. (Angelique Houlihan photo/Houston Today)
Long term care residents, health care workers on list
Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's Chief Public Health Officer, issued the following statement Jan. 5, 2021.
But average price for single family home increases
Cancels in-person session due to PHO order
Know that our schools are safe and clean. We are very diligent in our COVID protocols.
When I started writing for Black Press Media, the pandemic had just started to seep into everyday life and things, events, places were closing down. I remember researching about Burns Lake and Lakes District before moving and I was so excited to be able to witness the very different life through the variety of events from the Snow and Shine to the Fall fair and everything in between. However, by the time I came to B.C. the pandemic had managed to reach the remote regions of the province and life as it was before had turned upside down.
Coastal GasLink says it meets regularly to discuss healthcare issues
A local pastor's journey to writing the book 'Community in the Face of Tragedy'
Due to a landslide that impacted the CN tracks between Terrace and Kitimat, Rio Tinto BC Works aluminium is being transported to Terrace and/or Prince George by truck, to be put on trains to complete its journey to customers. This heavy transport carrying aluminum was spotted last week heading east on Hwy. 16 near Houston. (Houston Today photo)
Community hall replacement account boosted
With the start to the new year, several people all over the world kept thinking that coronavirus would magically disappear and the beginning of a new year would give everyone a clean slate.
School district chalks it up to the rising COVID-19 cases
It'll include a convenience store, food outlet
More people on trails but member numbers have gone down, says club President
Is now second lowest of any region in B.C.
BC Assessment Authority says value has jumped by 800 per cent
But manufactured home values dip