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Greyhound Canada says it is not ceasing its northern service after Smithers Mayor Taylor Bachrach said he thought it was being considered.
The Vancouver City Opera's Missing Women production will be set between the Highway of Tears and the Downtown Eastside.
Two Gitxsan teens spent their school holidays learning the ropes of military life through the Bold Eagle program in Wainwright, Alta.
A cyclist was seriously injured after crashing into a parked truck belonging to Conservative Party candidate Tyler Nesbitt.
A Bulkley Valley cyclist is in Vancouver General Hospital with serious injuries after his bike collided with a vehicle on Highway 16.
A 3D printer is among a series of new technological resources now available at the Smithers Public Library.
A group of Smithers residents is fundraising to help a family of refugees escape war-torn Syria by bringing them to the Bulkley Valley.
BV Pool expected to reduce its current schedule by about 20 hours when it reopens later next week after a planned closure for maintenance.
Smithers will wear new stripes after council voted to paint a rainbow crosswalk on Main St last week.
The Ministry of Education announced a new curriculum for Grades K-9 as part of a three-year transition for all students.
Police have called off an extensive search for three people they were worried could have been swept away in the Bulkley River near Telkwa.
A mother and daughter accused of animal abuse crimes in Houston are facing new charges in Alberta.
A search and rescue effort is underway at the Bulkley River near Telkwa for three people who were last seen intoxicated in a boat.
Smithers is experiencing a boom in the restaurant scene but can it survive the winter?
Members of the Unist'ot'en protest camp yesterday quizzed the RCMP about rumoured police action in a four-hour meeting.
A young rodeo rider who was thrown from a horse in front of a packed crowd at the Smithers fall fair has undergone surgery in Vancouver.
Police are seeking information from the public to help find New Hazelton man Lester Sampson, who was last seen at Glen Vowell on Aug. 25.
Members of the Unist'ot'en anti-pipeline activist group have consolidated their members into one location fearing an imminent police raid.
A convoy of TransCanada workers were refused access to Wet'suwet'en land by members of a checkpoint blocking LNG pipeline proponents.
Demolition makes way for outdoor arena to keep Hazelton skating clubs on the ice while they wait for a new recreation centre.