Blair McBride

Prince George woman missing for over a month

RCMP are requesting the public’s help after a woman from Prince George…

New deal to fix lack of rural paramedics, BCEHS says

Changes to the British Columbia Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) this fall are…

2020 to be tough for forestry, Rustad says

For the next year or two, forestry in northwestern British Columbia is…

Booze license rules a risk to community, council says

The Village of Burns Lake plans to write a letter to the…

Council okays new cannabis retail policy

Budding bud shop owners can now prepare their business plans after the…

Curling rink to get new dehumidifier

Conditions inside the Burns Lake Curling Rink are less than ideal and…

Government okays Conifex-Hampton deal

The provincial government has approved the transfer of Conifex Timber’s forest license…

ICBC rates with renewals to rise, Rustad says

John Rustad has warned of vehicle insurance rates that are expected to…

RDBN approves Huckleberry camp build permit

TC Energy has been given the green light to begin preparing a…

Ferry workers union, employer reach tentative deal

The Labour Relations Board (LRB) in Vancouver has ruled that regular sailings…

Village council actions

Village contribution to track project The Burns Lake village council has agreed…

Prep work starts on Burns Lake pipeline camp

Preparations for the construction of TC Energy’s Coastal GasLink (CGL) pipeline project…

Forestry renewal bid engagement ends

The provincial government’s Interior forest sector renewal engagement period has ended and…

Granisle wins award for biomass heat system

The Village of Granisle has won an award for its ecologically-friendly efforts…

New centre provides support for seniors

A new drop-in centre aims to support senior residents of Burns Lake…

New film probes funding of anti-oil activism

The work of researcher Vivian Krause has been compiled into film format…

RCMP release sketch of Radley Beach assault suspect

The RCMP released on Oct. 22 a sketch of a man believed…

Power outages affect almost 1,300 on Southside

Almost 1,300 BC Hydro customers on the Southside have been without power…

Ministry to spend $100,000 on pine beetle control

In another initiative focussed on beetle infestations, the government plans to do…

Federal fixes to forestry too vague, RDBN chair says

As the country heads into its 43rd federal election, the solutions offered…