Margaret Speirs

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.

Young mother needs expensive U.S. leukemia treatment

Leah Wiebe only has weeks to live without treatment that’s not covered by medical insurance

WorkSafeBC report details death of transmission line worker

Improper safety, lack of proper operator certification factors in death on Northwest Transmission Line north of Terrace last year

Gitxsan treaty activist killed

A MAN well-known in his community and for standing up for Gitxsan treaty rights was killed in an industrial accident this week.

Inquest jury rules death to be homicide

RODNEY JACKSON’S death was ruled a homicide and 13 recommendations were made to help prevent another death after the jury in the coroner’s inquest into his death finished its deliberations after three hours late yesterday.

Skeena MP ponders shot at leader’s job

THE NORTHWEST could have a national party leader to call its own and, if he has his way, a prime minster, too.