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The stigma that surrounds food bank use is decreasing, and there has been a 32 per cent increase in food bank use in B.C. since 2008.
The 4-H Lakes District has had a very successful year again in 2016
Lots of events are taking place this Christmas season in Burns Lake
What to expect over the next couple of weeks in Burns Lake
Upcoming events in the region feature Burns Lake artists
The number of people working in the northwest dropped from August to September.
There is still time to buy season tickets for the Lakes District Arts Council’s eleventh season.
Season tickets are still available at Process 4 circle arts Gallery, Lakes District Printing and Stationery and the Lakes Artisan Centre.
Employment held steady in the northwest from July to August, indicate figures released Sept. 9 from Statistics Canada.
A fatal motor vehicle collision occurred on the Nautley Reserve, just west of Fort Fraser B.C.
A surprise guilty plea has resulted in the cancellation of a murder trial that was scheduled to begin in Prince George later this month.
The Nadina Lake Lodge recently had some unexpected visitors.
Huckleberry Mine recently held its annual fishing derby at Noralee Resort.
See the F-35A on display at Abbotsford International Airshow – August 12-14, 2016.
The Abbotsford International Airshow takes place Aug. 12-14 and includes US Navy Super Hornets and the Breitling Jet Team
Friends of the Earth Canada is calling on residents of Burns Lake to join the Great Canadian Bumble Bee Count.
From June 2-4, the Lakes District Secondary School’s girls’ soccer team attended provincials in Prince George.
Ten Lakes District Secondary School riders recently went to Coquitlam for the Mountain Biking Provincials.
There is a new board of the Lakes District newest community forest, Chinook Community Forest.
There had been speculation Mulcair would step down in advance of a new leader being selected in the fall of 2017.