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Dissension overshadows Assembly of First Nations annual meeting

A cloud of controversy surrounds the Assembly of First Nations, as it opens its annual meeting in Vancouver today (Tuesday). The Assembly’s executive has suspended national chief RoseAnne Archibald, as it investigates complaints from some of her staff. But Archibald insists she was penalized for her efforts to investigate corruption within...

Family home on McCabe Road lost due to fire

One home has been destroyed after a fire near McCabe Road yesterday afternoon (Sunday). According to Smithers Deputy Fire Chief Alle De Vries, 20 members were on the scene with four fire trucks. He added that the Telkwa Volunteer Fire Department also assisted with water supply. De Vries said the heat caused...

June weather close to perfect says Enviornment Canada

Environment Canada says the Bulkley Valley and Lakes District saw seasonal weather for the month of June. According to Meteorologist Doug Lundquist, temperatures were .7 of a degree warmer than average. He said that precipitation levels were also average for this time of year. “This is what we want, we don’t want...

Charges laid in connection with shooting at Williams Lake Stampede

Jordell Sellars has now been charged in connection with a shooting behind the grandstand at the Williams Lake Stampede on Sunday afternoon. Sellars is facing one count each of attempted murder and discharging a firearm with intent to endanger the life of Lashway Merritt. Sellars appeared in court today (Monday) for...

Northwest Fire Centre respond to two wildfires near Highway 37

The Northwest Fire Centre says it is responding to two wildfires located in the northeast corner of the Cassiar Fire Zone.  The fires may be visible from Highway 37, surrounding areas or even as far as the Yukon.  According to staff the fires are not currently threatening Highway 37.  The first fire...

Shooting victims at Williams Lake Stampede expected to survive their injuries

The investigation into a shooting at the Williams Lake Stampede Sunday afternoon at 3:37 continues. Today (Monday), RCMP provided an update on the two people that were injured. “The two individuals who were injured in yesterday’s (Sunday) shooting were taken to hospital for medical treatment. Fortunately, both are expected to survive...
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