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Man charged after B.C house fire triggers high-grade explosives

Thomas Daniel Kendall charged with causing bodily harm by failing to properly store explosives

Gwaii Haanas celebrates new Land-Sea-People plan

Forty per cent of Gwaii Haanas marine areas protected under new, integrated plan

Coast Guard warns of explosive hazard after barge runs aground on Haida Gwaii

West Coast Marine Response deploys skimmer vessel from Prince Rupert

Village of Queen Charlotte rattled by explosive fire

Police find live explosives near site of Haida Gwaii house fire, RCMP continue to investigate

Campfires banned on Haida Gwaii

Risk of wildfire now rated as “extreme”

Province to seize two Haida Gwaii homes, two residents face homelessness

Homes built in Hooterville near Queen Charlotte are considered Crown land

Former bank robber, author Stephen Reid has died

Notorious member of the Stopwatch Gang passed away Tuesday

Rescued bears ‘Gwaay Taan’ and ‘Taan Sqwaana’ return to Haida Gwaii

Two orphaned black bears are home after wintering at Smithers’ Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter.

Wooden Horsemen ready to rock Haida Gwaii and northwest B.C.

Vancouver rocker Steven Beddall got his start playing in ska and funk…

B.C. man dies after rescued from sinking fishing boat

A Prince Rupert fisherman dies after suffering apparent heart attack aboard troubled boat

Study reveals the steamy side of Hotspring Island / Gandll K’in Gwaayaay

Gwaii Haanas built three pools this year to capture water from lower springs after 2012 earthquake.

Landslide east of Queen Charlotte

BC Hydro expects to restore Queen Charlotte power by 9 p.m.

VIDEO: Young minke whale rescued after beaching in Haida Gwaii

Staff from the Queen Charlotte Lodge and Sampson Lodge spent hours cooling off the newborn

West My Friend shows northern roots

Musician Eden Oliver says her northern B.C. roots are showing, even as she and her indie-folk four-piece find their place in Victoria.

Peanut settles into new digs at Seaworld

Peanut, a 10-week-old beaver who was orphaned by a bear attack in Prince George, is now safe and sound at San Diego SeaWorld.

OUR TOWN: Central Park Building

History of Smithers and the Dominion in the walls of the Central Park Building.

Forest ministry to re-evaluate regional timber supply

B.C. forestry staff say their timber inventory is like a 20-year-old pickup truck, dated, but good enough.

Bulkley Valley moose numbers still low

Moose in the Bulkley Valley and Lakes District are still recovering from a hard winter five years ago.

Workers welcome base pay boost

Smithers workers welcomed B.C.’s new minimum wage last week, but the move was not without some growing pains.

Smithers gets a taste of Johnston’s seaside café

When Adrienne Johnston was 11 and living in India, she and a friend dug a pit outside to cook fenugreek, potatoes and fresh chapattis.