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The investigation into the Babine Forest Products tragedy is one of the largest in WorkSafe B.C. history.
Burns Lake RCMP officers joined Special Olympics athletes for a three kilometre Law Enforcement Special Olympics torch run through town.
Burns Lake Native Development Corporation (BLNDC) has started bursaries in the names of the late Carl Charlie and Robert Luggi.
Skate sessions at the Tom Forsyth Memorial Arena are a popular choice for local skateboarders.
Family and friends hold a 'Relay of Hope' walking from the Southside to Hagwilget Village recently.
A thick smoke haze rolled into B.C. from Siberia last week and the Ministry of Environment expects the haze to linger in B.C. for a week.
Burns Lake’s ‘Nine of Diamonds’ ladies fastball team defeated the Houston Spanx.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of July 11, 2012.
Five Burns Lake locals that own either classic, or sports cars made the trek to the Endako Pub for dinner recently.
Long time local resident Bill Gilgan celebrated his 95 birthday with friends and family at the Pines last weekend.
(L-R) Steve Gailing LDM operations manager and West.
South African doctor, Roland Englebrecht's arrival in Burns Lake has been postponed until the society has finances in place.
Resurfacing work around man holes on Hwy. 16 in the downtown core is underway.
Granisle entertainer Doris Munger provided some great musical entertainment at Spirit Square during the Canada Day festivities.
Ron Lowe hooked a 17 pound char while staying at Noralee Resort on Francois Lake recently.
Village of Burns Lake mayor and council honoured local athletes with a certificate of congratulations during a recent council meeting.
The Ministry of Environment have finally admitted that the emissions from Pinnacle Pellet’s Burns Lake plant are not up to par.
Richard Vossen from the Burns Lake Rotary Club presented Kaitlin Bysouth with the Burns Lake Rotary Club’s Youth Citizen of the year award.
Burns Lake Mountain Biking Club accepted an $11,250 cheque from Nechako Kitimaat Development Fund Society.
Summer students and temporary employees laid off just one month after Endako Mine celebrated the opening of the new mill.