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Missing and murdered women campaigner cautiously optimistic about Inquiry

Missing and murdered women campaigner cautiously optimistic about Inquiry

Connie Greyeyes hopeful investigation will make indigenous women safer
Summer rainfall totals nearly three times average

Summer rainfall totals nearly three times average

Between 1981 and 2010, Dawson Creek has averaged 67.4 mm of rain in June. This June, more than 168 mm fell on the city's weather station.
Delayed air ambulances 'putting lives in jeopardy,' PRRD says

Delayed air ambulances 'putting lives in jeopardy,' PRRD says

Delayed air ambulance flights are putting medical patients in need of urgent care at risk, Peace River Regional District directors say.
Moose rider charged

Moose rider charged

Conservation Officers have charged two Fort St. John men with harassing wildlife after they filmed themselves jumping onto the back of a moose on a lake near Fort Nelson. In June 2015, the B.C.
Dump fees dropped for flood victims

Dump fees dropped for flood victims

110 homes in Dawson Creek damaged in floods
6 big changes to Peace Region hunting regs

6 big changes to Peace Region hunting regs

New limits on moose in Peace Moberly part of Site C review panel recommendations
43 charged in year-long Peace Region drug investigation

43 charged in year-long Peace Region drug investigation

14 suspects still at large
'Complex, year-long investigation': Police to release details on Peace Region gun, drug seizures

'Complex, year-long investigation': Police to release details on Peace Region gun, drug seizures

B.C.'s gang unit will reveal the results of a "complex, year-long" investigation into street-level drug trafficking in the Peace Region tomorrow in Prince George.
Regional district delivering supplies to over 200 stranded properties

Regional district delivering supplies to over 200 stranded properties

Fuel and generators delivered by helicopter to areas west of Chetwynd
Province declares flood watch for Moberly, Kiskatinaw Rivers; 50-100 mm of rain expected

Province declares flood watch for Moberly, Kiskatinaw Rivers; 50-100 mm of rain expected

B.C.'s River Forecast Centre has upgraded a streamflow advisory to a flood watch as heavy rains continue to pound the Peace Region. Environment Canada expects the storm front out of Alberta will continue to hit the region through Friday.