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Spirit Square was a hive of activity as locals gathered to celebrate the Canada Day festivities.
Burns Lake businesses owners fear councils phase one plans will negatively impact their businesses and their customers.
President Quentin Beach says he cannot elaborate on why two senior, long term employees were released
On Friday, June 22 the Burns Lake RCMP detachment received a report of a single motor vehicle rollover on Hwy. 16 West.
Burns Lake resident Mark Price took time out of his day last week to head up to the Pines and entertain the residents.
Burns Lake paramedics Tanis Newbery and Ian Hawton show off two new ambulances.
The group works out three days a week and a point sheet has been developed that keeps track of heathy targets for each day.
Grassy Plains Community Hall members enjoy the six new round banquet tables recently donated by Rio Tinto Alcan.
Photos from around Burns Lake for the week of July 4, 2012.
Conservation Officer Jeff Palm was called to the Blue Spruce Trailer Park on Tuesday last week due to a bear incident.
There are over $30 billion in major projects and investment opportunities planned in Northwest B.C. over the next 10 to 15 years.
A follow up search for Perry Sebastian was conducted on the Southside on June 9, 2012.
Gerald Whitford, a graduate of the Mining Industry Certificate, is Lakes District Campus’s first recipien
A mini tourney held at Fort St. James on June 16 brought hundreds of children together for an area soccer tournament.
Village of Burns Lake council say there is a possibility the Shell Canada brownfield site could be used for RV parking and pull through.
What is going on at Comfor? That has been the question of the week and so far Lakes District News has met with closed doors.
Village of Burns Lake’s recreation department rental shack opened recently and is hiring out canoes, kayaks and skateboarding gear.
Memorandum of understanding signed between Lakes District Secondary School and Xianghe Number One School.
The company is projecting that there will be up to 250 people needed to work at the mine once it is operational.
While June may have been a dismal month in the Northern Interior, July and August are set to be closer to normal temperatures.