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The festival was well attended despite the rain and the cool weather. T
The evacuation has been ordered due to the danger of life safety due to the wildfire in the area.
Mike from Smithers caught this nice trout on Nadina Lake while staying at Nadina Lake Lodge.
Money was the final installment for the construction of the new Razorback trail; the first installment for the Boer Mountain Trail Project.
Nitta Harder (L) and Deb Jay run the Burns Lake Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.
How travelling to give birth adds to an already stressful event.
Constable David Wolchuk of the Burns Lake RCMP is participating in the 2014 Cops for Cancer Tour de North fundraiser this year.
One of the Burns Lake soccer fields is getting a fresh layer of grass.
Regional district and the Village of Burns Lake receive grants.
Lake Babine Nation prepares to head out to salmon fish for the first time in two years.
The Burns Lake Unit Crew held the Jeff Scott Charity car wash this past Saturday.
It is expected that 2.4 million sockeye salmon will migrate through Babine Lake this season during the salmon run.
The Burns Lake Fire Department held an amazing race last Saturday.
Annual summer festival that caters to all age groups and helps to fundraise money for the upkeep of the Grassy Plains Community Hall.
More properties for more money have been sold in Burns Lake in the first half of this year than last.
Enbridge and the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources deny that work has started on the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako has issued an evacuation notice for residents in the RBDN's Electoral 'E' (Ootsa/Francois Lake Rural).
The wildfire that is burning approximately seven kilometres south of the Chelaslie River has burned nearly 5000 hectares.
The Northwest Fire Centre has issued a ban on campfires and open burning in portions of the Northwest .
Lakes Tae kwon-do recently competed in the 2014 provincial championships in Prince George.