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Aboriginal populations climb in B.C. and across Canada

Aboriginal populations climb in B.C. and across Canada

British Columbia's aboriginal population continues to grow, with numbers in the Northeast outpacing provincial and national averages. There were 270,585 aboriginal people recorded in B.C.
Into the coal chamber with Cox

Into the coal chamber with Cox

Bryan Cox, President & CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia.
Black sabbath planned for Tumbler Ridge this weekend

Black sabbath planned for Tumbler Ridge this weekend

Hydro plans for six-hours of no power for Tumbler on Sunday
Grizfest 2017 brings Chilliwack, a Big Wreck, and a metal Queen

Grizfest 2017 brings Chilliwack, a Big Wreck, and a metal Queen

The super sounds of the 80s and 90s will be front and centre in Tumbler Ridge this weekend. It lights up Friday with the Battle of the Bands - a free event where bands and fans have the opportunity to rip it up on the Grizfest grounds.
District of TR pulls funding from Tumbler Museum

District of TR pulls funding from Tumbler Museum

With questions aplenty, District suspends money.

Gone Wild: Geopark offers women-only hiking experience

Ladies: ever wanted to try backpacking, but didn’t know where to go or who to go with? The Tumbler Ridge Geopark, along with the Chetwynd Outdoor Club and the District of Tumbler Ridge have started a new hiking program called “Wild Women”, which offe
TR rewards good citizens

TR rewards good citizens

Bylaw enforcement in Tumbler Ridge has been historically complaint driven. But for the summer months, they’re trying something new. Bylaw Enforcement Officer Jane Butters says they are trying a new Bylaw Compliance Appreciation Program.
Love Northern BC comes to Tumbler

Love Northern BC comes to Tumbler

Love Northern BC, a program put on by the Northern Development Institute Trust, is coming to Tumbler Ridge. Finally.

Rash of vandalism strikes Tumbler Ridge

Spring is in the air, and that means a young man’s thought turns to thoughts of destruction. Or so it seems, as vandals in Tumbler Ridge have taken to trashing the newly renovated cemetery.

Changes for Tumbler Ridge roads

For the last number of years, the District of Tumbler Ridge has been putting money aside to repave much of the town’s roads. This year, they’re busting open the piggy bank, and spending about $4-million to repave the lower bench.