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Major projects keep lifting Northeast B.C. through pandemic recovery

Major projects keep lifting Northeast B.C. through pandemic recovery

Continued construction of the Site C dam and the Coastal GasLink pipeline are expected carry Northeast B.C.
Papers by hand, for the community

Papers by hand, for the community

A Wednesday tradition.
Donation keeps non-profit rolling

Donation keeps non-profit rolling

Non profit won't get tired out.
B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

B.C. e-commerce players navigate rapid food inflation

Grocery, meal-kit delivery services in the province face tight price-balancing act
Taylor Pulp production to remain at standstill for at least another six weeks: Canfor

Taylor Pulp production to remain at standstill for at least another six weeks: Canfor

“We are very disappointed in the ongoing impact this is having on our employees, their families and the community.”
Proposed changes to moose hunt not being welcomed

Proposed changes to moose hunt not being welcomed

A wave of opposition over a proposal by the provincial government to cut the number of moose that can be harvested in Northeast B.C. is gaining steam. “Honest to goodness, there has not been a bigger issue that has come across my desk.
Peak Renewables announces Chetwynd Pulp Mill acquisition

Peak Renewables announces Chetwynd Pulp Mill acquisition

The Chetwynd Pulp Mill has not operated since 2015.
Chetwynd Auto Body under new ownership and now part of the CSN Collision Centres Network

Chetwynd Auto Body under new ownership and now part of the CSN Collision Centres Network

Local shop will retain their existing staff and provide same great service under new owner
Internet, mining, and hydrogen production key to Northern BC economy, minister says

Internet, mining, and hydrogen production key to Northern BC economy, minister says

12,300 job openings forecast in Northeast B.C. over the next decade
B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

B.C. to raise minimum wage to $15.65 on June 1

Business advocates say they would have liked more notice.