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Burns Lake Mountain Biking Association hosted its eighth annual Big Pig Mountain Biking Festival.
British Columbia is providing public drug plan coverage of another new generation hepatitis C drug.
Located on the Southside, Little Cheslatta Falls is one of many recreation areas perfect for an afternoon of exploring.
The province is heralding B.C. Day by unveiling its new Medal of Good Citizenship.
Inviting athletes and volunteers to get involved with life-changing sport programs for people with intellectual disabilities in Burns Lake.
World-class entertainment at the Sixth Annual Grassy Plains Music Festival.
People receiving income and disability assistance who do not file their taxes lose out on hundreds even thousands of dollars in tax credits.
Seventy photographers will compete at this year's Abbotsford International Airshow
Quesnel's International Airshow Skyfest 2015 is thrilled to welcome Marcus Paine to their lineup of stellar aerobatic performers.
In the afternoon of Dec. 20, 2012 the Vanderhoof RCMP responded to a report of a shooting at a local residence.
Kelsey McEwen reeled it in after a 15 minute fight, (L) Gerald (R) helping hold her river monster .
This year the community hosted two programs at William Konkin Elementary School.
The 2015 forest fire season is off to a busy start. The Northwest Fire Centre currently has five active wildfires on its map.
With my wife Naomi and our three young children, I arrived in Burns Lake last September.
New regulations will come into effect that will clarify rules regarding travelling in the left lane.
The Better Business Bureau warns of another scam making the rounds that uses a government agency as the disguise.
Marksmen from across Western Canada gathered here at the Tweedsmuir Park Rod & Gun Club’s 40th Annual 1000 Yard Shoot.
Derek Blackwell from Ootsa Lake guiding drew a limited entry card this year for a grizzly.
The 12 winners of the “Nobody’s Cats” Art Contest were...
The youth program at Island Gospel Fellowship has grown in numbers and interest with many teens from the community.