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Canfor is temporarily closing its B.C. mills as of Sept. 26, 2022 and that affects Houston workers. (File photo)

Canfor to close its B.C. mills for two weeks

Company cites drop in market demand

Canfor is temporarily closing its B.C. mills as of Sept. 26, 2022 and that affects Houston workers. (File photo)
The workforce at the Coastal GasLink camp at the Huckleberry location south of Houston is to expand should the company receive a permit from the Bulkley-Nechako Regional District. (Coastal GasLink photo/Houston Today)

Coastal GasLink seeks workforce increase south of Houston

More people needed to meet construction schedule

The workforce at the Coastal GasLink camp at the Huckleberry location south of Houston is to expand should the company receive a permit from the Bulkley-Nechako Regional District. (Coastal GasLink photo/Houston Today)
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Suspect in Topley Landing boat theft charged with attempted murder of a police officer

Driver allegedly charged the officer in a stolen vehicle, officer fired his sidearm injuring suspect

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The size and scope of the multi-million project underway on Hwy16 just west of Rose Lake to replace a culvert is becoming apparent just a few weeks into the project. (Laura Blackwell photo/Lakes District News)

Hwy16 culvert being replaced at Rose Lake west of Burns Lake

Detour, temporary bridge will be needed

The size and scope of the multi-million project underway on Hwy16 just west of Rose Lake to replace a culvert is becoming apparent just a few weeks into the project. (Laura Blackwell photo/Lakes District News)
A boat theft early this morning at Topley Landing has resulted in one injury after a police service pistol was discharged. (File photo)

Boat theft leads to officer-involved shooting in northwestern B.C.

Incident now in hands of independent investigation office

A boat theft early this morning at Topley Landing has resulted in one injury after a police service pistol was discharged. (File photo)
Fieldwork undertaken by Kitselas Geothermal to explore the feasibility of a geothermal power project at Lakelse Lake. (Photo courtesy Kitselas Geothermal)

Shell signs deal with Kitselas Geothermal in northwest B.C.

Energy giant invests in Lakelse Lake geothermal potential

Fieldwork undertaken by Kitselas Geothermal to explore the feasibility of a geothermal power project at Lakelse Lake. (Photo courtesy Kitselas Geothermal)
Edmonton resident Michael Kalmanovitch is wearing a red dress in a cycling journey down Hwy16 to highlight the cause of missing and murdered women. (Contributed photo)

Edmonton cyclist on journey to honour missing, murdered women

Wearing a red dress is a symbolic act of remembrance

Edmonton resident Michael Kalmanovitch is wearing a red dress in a cycling journey down Hwy16 to highlight the cause of missing and murdered women. (Contributed photo)
Electric clocks in the northwest have been running faster. (Contributed photo)

Power switch caused northwestern B.C. clocks to run faster

BC Hydro was using Rio Tinto power

Electric clocks in the northwest have been running faster. (Contributed photo)
Community of Gingolx driver Fraser Doolan makes a regular transit run from the village at the mouth of the Nass River through the Nass Valley and down to Terrace. There's a proposal now to set up a north-wide transit booking system to make it easier for people to book riders on the wide variety of transit services available in the region. (Staff photo)

Booking service proposed for northern transportation services

Would greatly assist passengers by reducing confusion, frustration

Community of Gingolx driver Fraser Doolan makes a regular transit run from the village at the mouth of the Nass River through the Nass Valley and down to Terrace. There's a proposal now to set up a north-wide transit booking system to make it easier for people to book riders on the wide variety of transit services available in the region. (Staff photo)
Matthew Roy White is wanted by the Houston RCMP. He's considered armed and dangerous.

Man wanted by Houston RCMP on robbery, firearms charges

Matthew Roy White considered armed and dangerous

Matthew Roy White is wanted by the Houston RCMP. He's considered armed and dangerous.
Constable Mat Clarabut on his 2005 Harley Davidson Road King. He's the first-ever RCMP motorcycle officer to be posted in Terrace to cover northwestern B.C. for the force's highway patrol. (Staff photo)

Born to ride

RCMP motorcycle officer sets up shop in Terrace

Constable Mat Clarabut on his 2005 Harley Davidson Road King. He's the first-ever RCMP motorcycle officer to be posted in Terrace to cover northwestern B.C. for the force's highway patrol. (Staff photo)
Test drives of an electric vehicle are being offered at the farmers' market the morning of Aug. 19. That's Danielle Wiess of the Vancouver-based Community Energy Association with the vehicle, a Ford Mustang Mach-E. (Contributed photo)

Electric vehicle chargers to increase in Burns Lake

Being installed at downtown municipal parking lot

Test drives of an electric vehicle are being offered at the farmers' market the morning of Aug. 19. That's Danielle Wiess of the Vancouver-based Community Energy Association with the vehicle, a Ford Mustang Mach-E. (Contributed photo)
Constable Mat Clarabut on his 2005 Harley Davidson Road King. He’s the first-ever RCMP motorcycle officer to be posted in Terrace to cover northwestern B.C. for the force’s highway patrol. (Staff photo)

‘Born to ride’: RCMP motorcycle officer sets up shop in Terrace

It’s a position that takes Constable Mat Clarabut from Haida Gwaii east to Burns Lake, south to Kitimat and north to Atlin.

Constable Mat Clarabut on his 2005 Harley Davidson Road King. He’s the first-ever RCMP motorcycle officer to be posted in Terrace to cover northwestern B.C. for the force’s highway patrol. (Staff photo)
RCMP did not commit offense in arrest which seriously injured Lake Country man, finds IIO. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)

Erratic B.C. driver arrested with help of public after 2 collisions, fleeing into wooded area

Members of the public assist Terrace RCMP in apprehension

RCMP did not commit offense in arrest which seriously injured Lake Country man, finds IIO. (Phil McLachlan/Capital News/Stock)
The wildfire south of Rosswood as it looked from the air earlier. Skimmer aircraft were deployed today. (BC Wildfire Service photo)

Rosswood fire has moved away from structures

Skimmer aircraft used today to establish perimeter

The wildfire south of Rosswood as it looked from the air earlier. Skimmer aircraft were deployed today. (BC Wildfire Service photo)
The BC Wildfire Service is responding to a fire north of Terrace. (Contributed photo)

‘Extremely dangerous’: Civilian drone reported flying over northern B.C. wildfire

All airspace above and around wildfires is restricted to firefighting personnel, says BC Wildfire

The BC Wildfire Service is responding to a fire north of Terrace. (Contributed photo)
Uniformed RCMP officers established a perimeter early this morning in Terrace while the police force’s Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant. (Staff photo)
Uniformed RCMP officers established a perimeter early this morning in Terrace while the police force’s Emergency Response Team executed a search warrant. (Staff photo)
RCMP arrested two people after fresh violence erupted at a Coastal GasLink pipeline site near Houston . (File photo)

30 people block RCMP vehicle at northwest B.C. pipeline site as protests continue

July 26 incident led to two more arrests; police seek suspect who allegedly kicked, damaged cruiser

RCMP arrested two people after fresh violence erupted at a Coastal GasLink pipeline site near Houston . (File photo)
That’s Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief councillor Corinna Leween, front row far left, at an announcement of a federal grant to expand Indigenous participation in major industrial projects. Leween is vice chair of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition. Beside her is federal natural resources minister Jonathan Wilkinson. (Submitted photo/Lakes District News)

Grant given to expand First Nations involvement in major projects

Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief councillor Corinna Leween is vice chair of First Nations Major Projects Coalition

That’s Cheslatta Carrier Nation chief councillor Corinna Leween, front row far left, at an announcement of a federal grant to expand Indigenous participation in major industrial projects. Leween is vice chair of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition. Beside her is federal natural resources minister Jonathan Wilkinson. (Submitted photo/Lakes District News)
Real estate sales are down so far this year. (File photo)

Real estate sales dip for first half of year

But average detached house price inches up

Real estate sales are down so far this year. (File photo)