Priyanka Ketkar

Burns Lake Community Market’s 2020 opening day, a roaring success

The Burns Lake and District Chamber of Commerce organized the first Community…

Dzee Ba’yugh Safe House near Burns Lake, open to public since March 1

The domestic violence shelter has been running at full capacity

Entire world trying to save lives, while the Chinese government busy picking new fights

This week, my home country has been on my mind a lot.…

Granisle on track to grow deciduous trees around the village

The project is expected to be completed by spring 2021

How has Covid affected the Burns Lake area resorts and lodges?

From extreme losses to near profit, resorts and lodges give an insight

Provincial grants worth $270, 000 coming to Burns Lake

BLMBA, BLNDC and the Village will be receiving these grants

RDBN closer to a solution for ICI carboard recycling

The Knockholt Landfill carboard ban gets keyplayers to seek a long-term fix

SD 91 makes several administrative changes

New school year will see new principals at several schools

The Burns Lake Chamber of Commerce’s contest gets shops in the Canada Day spirit

The Burns Lake and District Chamber of Commerce held a Canada Day…

Tree planters wrap up the planting season in Burns Lake

6.1 million trees planted between two local companies

Vancouver man hit by a semi-tractor trailer near Burns Lake

The injured man is in critical condition

Vandals damage Burns Lake Public Library property

Library staff troubled by individuals loitering and littering in its premises

Would St. John’s Heritage Church in Burns Lake ever be reopened?

Council to revisit the matter with a letter from Michael Riis-Christianson

Burns Lake and Lake Babine Nation get a $435, 000 grant for sidewalk improvement

Province to distribute a total of $1.8 million to B.C. communities

CNC Burns Lake campus produces eight nurses from their Practical Nursing program

The campus hosts a mini-celebration for the graduating nurses

Foundry Youth Centre to come to Burns Lake

Carrier Sekani Family Services to get the centre

Parks and Outdoor Recreation Study presented to the RDBN board

RDBN directs staff to work on implementation strategy

Pelicans — a rare sighting but not a rare species for Burns Lake area

Wildlife consultant confirms their presence in interior B.C.

Splash park and boat launch get separate parking lots

Work restarts on the splash work