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When the North American plate moves, energy is released and causes a shift to the west
Staff at B.C. SPCA Wild ARC nursed animals back to health
Greater Victoria man not allowed to use suite for one year, ordered to pay fees
Earthquakes still a reminder for residents to be prepared
Lawsuit seeks financial compensation from Kenneth Jacob Fenton
New bill includes security features like a colour-shifting image of an arch from Parliament Hill.
One of the oldest buildings in Telkwa has received a facelift just in time for its grand re-opening May 9.
During disasters like a major forest fire, emergency social services workers jump into action to help those affected.
Three athletes from Smithers are making their mark in soccer on Vancouver Island.
A local company is using one of the most popular sports in town to raise money for the Bulkley Valley Health Care and Hospital Foundation.
The Bulkley Valley Search and Rescue have recovered the body of a missing person on the Bulkley River Wednesday morning.
Swim program benefitting kids with all cognitive, physical abilities receives funding from foundation
A program offered by the pool that is responsible for helping children with all cognitive and physical abilities has received funding.
Randy Basil Mitchell, 47, of Smithers was a rear-seat passenger in a vehicle that left the highway and rolled on Highway 16
A CBC show that tries to find the humour in small towns will be shining a light on Telkwa next week.
A local group has returned from a trip to the United States where they spent weeks packing food to help feed people in other countries.
Conan Petursson can see the beauty in things that may look like junk to some.
A local bible camp is hoping a fundraiser will help them raise money to provide children with some shade on Dunalter Lake
A local athlete is one step closer to reaching his goal of competing in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
The Bulkley Valley Quad Riders have begun the process of upgrading a popular trail between Telkwa and Terrace
For Sarah Rourke, Wynona Creyke and Lauren Smaha-Muir, hockey is not just a game, but a way of life.