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The RCMP in Smithers will have additional weapons after the Moncton and Ottawa tragedies.
The former John Field Elementary School has been renamed Majagaleehl Gali Aks.
A Burns Lake teen who murdered his sibling in 2011 was sentenced by the B.C. Supreme Court in Smithers last week.
RCMP were able to reach a peaceful resolution with a distraught woman in Houston after hours of negotiations today.
From the FLQ and the War Measures Act to Al-Qaeda-inspired plotters, Canada has seen terrorism before. Interactive timeline.
Hazelton District Public Library is running a series of events to highlight free services this month
The Red Apple store in New Hazelton has hired four new staff in preparation for its relocation to a bigger building in November.
Organizer Jonathan Knight said despite lower tourist numbers, local crowds at the weekly market were big enough to attract more sellers.
Helping beginner skaters master control, balance and agility on the ice is the focus of a learn-to-skate program
Hazelton Secondary School student Connor Coukell has been nominated to sit at the British Columbia Youth Parliament in December.
Destination B.C. issued a letter to stakeholders outlining more details about proposed funding changes for marketing to regions
Bulkley Valley tourism stakeholders raise concerns over proposed changes to the way tourism funding is distributed in B.C.
A community beekeeping project in the Hazeltons could launch a local honey industry worth $2 million annually
Steve Dutt has been named the Next Generation Amateur Photographer of the Year
Bulkley Valley students could be back in classrooms again as soon as Monday, said local union and school board representatives Tuesday
Negotiators for both sides in bitter strike expected to meet as early as today
Voting for the Next Generation People's Choice photo contest is open until Sept. 7 at midnight
Yesterday, what is being heralded as a “monumental agreement” between Northwest B.C. municipal leaders was signed.
More than 2,100 entries received for the second annual contest
Thirty-one-year-old remains in custody and is facing numerous charges