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The Huu Bac Quintet play the Della Herman Theatre Nov. 24.
Third debate held Sunday, Nov. 19 at Nanaimo’s Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Candidates’ forum is at noon at Vancouver Island Conference Centre
Canucks centre Bo Horvat said the formula for getting a leg up is there for everyone to see
Smithers Secondary School impress at cross-country provincials
It’s important to keep your ‘online footprint’ safe
The famous Prince Rupert hammock deer maintains his purple threads
The Juno Award-winner said he saw hair pulling, groping, fighting while performing in Dawson Creek
Suzuki says he’ll be thinking of his late parents as he accepts the honour
Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach put forward a notice of motion to avoid more sidewalks to nowhere.
Writer asks what we need to do to have more homes built for our elderly.
Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach put forward a notice of motion that he hopes to bring forward at the next council meeting:
“That council directs staff to amend the Subdivision Servicing Bylaw to include a cash-in-lieu clause that allows property owners, in situations where constructing short sections of sidewalk is deemed impractical, to pay the Town funds equivalent to the Town’s estimated cost of constructing the sidewalk at a future date, and that a statutory reserve and tracking process be established be established for this purpose.”