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80 full-time and half-time positions to keep paramedics in small B.C. towns, and patients out of emergency
'It was just risky behaviour. It’s tragic,' says RCMP
Black Press journalists named in writing, photography and online categories.
The motion, seconded by Smithers Rural Director Mark Fisher, proposed staff bring forward a budget with a zero per cent tax increase.
Coast Capital Savings and BC Games Society team up again for 2016 BC Games
Kitwanga man Alex Morgan tells the story of his father, Raymond, a soldier of Gitxsan descent who fought in the Second World War.
From the economy and debates to niqabs and protest songs, we recap the election issues and antics with this interactive timeline
Seventy finalists competed at this year's Abbotsford International Airshow for a shot at the title of Amateur Photographer of the year
Fire updates from around B.C., with photos, interactive charts and updates from Twitter and Facebook
Moricetown gets loud and dirty with its Mud Races.
The BC Wildfire Service says there have been 1,342 wildfires since April 1, 2015, burning 276,000 hectares
Town of Smithers Chief Administrative Officer Deborah Sargent is leaving, going to Campbell River as city manager
Métis scholar and UNBC graduate Rheanna Robinson, originally from Smithers, is the new senior advisor on aboriginal relations
The real estate market in Smithers this year has, so far, been about on par with 2014.
The 3rd annual 'Your Best Shot' contest is open to amateur photographers. Sponsored by London Drugs, Abbotsford Airshow & Black Press
"The history of the cowboy and his way of life needs to be told": MLA Donna Barnett
The Smithers Figure Skating Club picked up medals at the CNCR regionals in Quesnel this weekend.
Also popular were Emma, Sophia, Emily and Ava for girls, and Mason, Ethan, Lucas and Benjamin for boys (With interactive charts)
It's a first for Canadian buy and sell websites, where sellers can donate the proceeds of their sales directly to national, local charities.
Volunteers in the Hazeltons have revived a struggling coho salmon population.