Trevor Hewitt

Retired ecosystems biologist raises concerns about proposed Telkwa coal mine’s impact on caribou

The company says the project could be a net positive on the herd through local restoration efforts

Steelheads drop final game of regular season 9-6 to Terrace River Kings

The boys play their first playoff game against the Kitimat Ice Demons on Feb. 7 in Kitimat

Pro-Wet’suwet’en youth group stages sit-in at Manitoba Liberal MP’s office

The group says it is committed to future sit-ins at offices of other MPs and banks which support CGL

Highway 16 reopened after temporarily closure following car accident at Raymond Road

The Interior News has asked the Ministry of Transportation if there were any injuries

Police say woman was detained, not arrested, following unapproved entry of police checkpoint

The woman and two others told the RCMP they were delivering supplies to a camp down the road

Gidimt’en clan comdemning RCMP action after elder arrested at checkpoint

Carmen Nikal, 73, was arrested late Friday night and was released without charges

Gladys Atrill will make mayoral bid

Atrill was first elected to Council in November 2014 before being re-elected in 2018

‘I think it’s an easy way out’: hereditary chief feels feds should be involved in talks

The hereditary chiefs have repeatedly called for talks with the Province and federal government

RCMP confirm deployment in Bulkley Valley for enforcement of Coastal GasLink injunction

Deployment decision made prior to Wet’suwet’en announcement of talks with Province: RCMP

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs agree to sit down with Province at ‘Wiggus’ table

The Province issued a statement saying it welcomed the announcement as a positive sign

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs agree to sit down with Province at ‘Wiggus’ table

The Province issued a statement saying it welcomed the announcement as a positive sign

Bachrach speaks in support of federal infrastructure plan audit during first speech in House

Bachrach said he supports infrastructure development but wants to know what money is being spent on

Fentanyl-detected deaths static in Bulkley Valley despite significant provincial decreases in 2019

The region is one of a few to not see significant reduction in fentanyl-detected deaths over 2019

Hazelton gets its wrestling club back

Three former Hazelton Spartans have joined together to bring wrestling back to the northern village

Steelheads edged by Terrace River Kings in 6-5 loss

The team gets another chance to take on the River Kings in Terrace on Saturday

Wet’suwet’en construct additional lodge ahead of police roadblock at 27 kilometre

The building is located just ahead of a police roadblock on the Morice West Forest Service Road

With loss of local ride-hailing comes an inevitable increase in drunk driving

Trevor feels loss of BV Taxi means more will make the dangerous decision to drink and drive

Jonathan Dieleman announces his retirement from competitive swimming

The Bulkey Valley paralympic swimmer made the announcement early Monday morning.

Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation and hereditary chiefs agree to future meeting

Scott Fraser was in Smithers on Jan. 22 and spoke with Office of the Wet’suwet’en representatives

Green Party of Canada calling on feds to dismantle RCMP detachment on Wet’suwet’en territory

The call comes as RCMP ramp up changes to a roadblock on the Morice West Forest Service Road