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Arctic air cold snap to start tomorrow night

A special weather statement has been issued by Environment Canada as a cold spell is in the forecast for much of the province. Environment Canada says Arctic air will invade BC tomorrow, bringing in a major shift in temperatures. Temperatures are forecasted to be 10 to 20 degrees colder than normal...

Orange Shirt Day Founder Releases Statement Regarding St Joseph’s Mission Findings

Phyllis Webstad, the founder of the Orange Shirt Society, issued this statement following the release of today’s (Wednesday) geophysical results of the investigation at St. Joseph’s Mission Residential School. “How does one prepare for this news? How do we prepare for the news that confirms what we have known to...

John Brink tears into provincial government over value-added wood ruling

The owner of Brink Forest Products is taking aim at the BC government's announcement when it comes to value-added lumber. Earlier this week, the province said it would dedicate 10% of its available timber supply to the value-added forestry sector. John Brink told Vista Radio that's not nearly enough to make...

Nearly 500 employees will be impacted by Canfor closing mills in Houston & Chetwynd

Update 10:00 PM Wednesday: Canfor issued a statement tonight (Wednesday) that a total of 490 employees will be impacted by the closures in Chetwynd and Houston. The statement from the company reads: In Chetwynd, today’s closure announcement potentially impacts up to 157 employees. We’re committed to supporting employees displaced by the closure,...

Phase 2 Geophysical Results Revealed By Williams Lake First Nation

This story may contain information that is difficult for many. A National Indian Residential School Crisis Line is available to provide support to former residential school students who can access emotional and crisis referral services by calling the 24-Hour National Crisis Line at 1-866-925-4419. Williams Lake First Nation announced today...

Third fine issued to Coastal GasLink project

The Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has handed out the third fine in under a year to the Costal GasLink Pipeline (CGL). The $213,600 fine follows a $170,000 fine in May and a $72,500 fine in February, bringing the running total to $456,100. This fine was for "continued deficiencies with erosion and...