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Pollution limits already raised for Kitimat smelter

Pollution limits already raised for Kitimat smelter

Skeena MLA Robin Austin says Rio Tinto-Alcan expansion will increase sulphur dioxide even before other industry gets going
Dog attack injures woman, pet

Dog attack injures woman, pet

A local woman and her dog were attacked and injured by a pair of large-breed dogs Sunday in Port Hardy.

VIHA responds to concerns

Mayor Bev Parnham met with members of the VIHA this week to discuss Island Health's response to her letter.
Sointula conference a real ‘shock’

Sointula conference a real ‘shock’

Culture Shock Conference hosts Finnish play on Sointula.
Education Minister: School boards knew of CUPE costs

Education Minister: School boards knew of CUPE costs

Trustees knew costs were coming, but some figured they could wait for an NDP government to come in and pay for raises: Fassbender
Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Fees must cover cost of reading old meters, turning radios off in smart meters and "failed installations" where technicians turned away
Police probe ethnic vote scandal

Police probe ethnic vote scandal

A special prosecutor has been appointed to assess possible charges related to the B.C. Liberal Party's ethnic voter outreach efforts
Coroner probes B.C. youth suicides

Coroner probes B.C. youth suicides

Despite the media and political focus on bullying, mental illness is a much bigger source of youth suicides in B.C.

Haida Gwaii gets funds

Funds awarded to Haida Gwaii to establish a tsunami debris management and cleanup program.

CUPE reaches agreement

Support worker unions come to a provincial framework agreement.