Flavio Nienow

New report into sawmill explosions released

The report recommends streamlining investigative process

Southside resident regrets evacuating

Senior resident returns to a damaged, burglarized property

Challenge vs LNG ‘vexatious’ claim

Dredging started for Kitimat dock expansion as Smithers resident fights Coastal GasLink in court.

Northwest firefighters deployed to eastern Canada

They will help with fire suppression efforts in Ontario and Quebec.

Lake Babine Nation councillor resigns before being sworn in

Paul Joseph steps down before being sworn in

Coastal GasLink awards contracts for LNG pipeline work camps

Civeo Corporation is one of the largest global providers of workforce accommodations.

Gordon Alec is Lake Babine Nation’s new chief

He received 307 votes while incumbent Chief Wilf Adam received 275

Larger buses planned for Hwy 16

Buses from Burns Lake to Smithers had 123 riders in August and 316 from Burns Lake to Prince George.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C.

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Greyhound could soon depart northern B.C. on a one-way ticket

Can’t compete with new $5 Highway 16 transit: Greyhound.

Regional ag coordinator to be hired to help farmers

The RDBN currently has 840 farms operating within its boundaries.

Disaster relief set up in Smithers

New initiative is supporting wildfire evacuees and front line workers

Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako issues evacuation alerts

The Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako has issued three evacuation alerts on its eastern side.

Highway 16 transit connects Smithers to Burns Lake

Service runs three days per week to Burns Lake, which is also connected to Prince George

Aerial survey north of Smithers

British Columbia’s mining sector ‘cautiously optimistic.’

Shooting south of Burns Lake

One person of interest is in custody after a reported shooting on the Southside.

Trial date not set for triple murder case 

Rueben Buhler’s preliminary hearing will likely be set for March 2016.

Babine Forest Products mill deaths ruled accidental

After three weeks, inquest concluded with 41 recommendations to improve safety

Enbridge’s court argument was “out of touch with reality,” say First Nations leaders

Leaders emphasize First Nations opposition to Northern Gateway is “broad and deep.”