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Tax scams ongoing in Burns Lake

Burns Lake RCMP receives an average of five complaints a day.
Canada Post issues 72-hour lockout notice; work stoppage possible Friday

Canada Post issues 72-hour lockout notice; work stoppage possible Friday

Announcement came hours after Canada Post said June 25 offer was fair, reasonable

Baker Airport receives $100,000 funding from NKDF

Funding to assist with resurfacing Baker Airport's runway in Burns Lake.

Negotiations on softwood lumber

The last softwood lumber agreement between Canada and the U.S. expired on Oct. 12, 2015.

Northern Gateway federal approval overturned

A 2014 conditional approval of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline was overturned by the Federal Court of Appeal
Bear sightings in Burns Lake

Bear sightings in Burns Lake

Burns Lake conservation officers have been busy responding to bear complaints in the Burns Lake area over the past few weeks.
B.C. men charged in moose riding case [with VIDEO]

B.C. men charged in moose riding case [with VIDEO]

Two Fort Nelson men face three Wildlife Act charges after chasing moose with boat, jumping on its back

B.C. Wildfire officials on alert

Local B.C. Wildfire crews started their week by working on a wildfire east of Tchesinkut Lake, on Seven Mile Road.

Comfor board appoints new manager

Frank Varga is the new general manager of the Burns Lake Community Forest.
B.C. taking over regulation of real estate

B.C. taking over regulation of real estate

Premier Christy Clark says realtors have had a decade to govern themselves, and have failed to do it