Prince George museum hopes to go digital with northern B.C. archival collection

Prince George museum the Exploration Place hopes to modernize its archives by digitizing around 900,000 items so that more people can access the information. “Online access

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Northern B.C. communities on edge as they await decision on caribou protection plan

Forget about Tuesday’s provincial budget: in northeastern B.C., the biggest source of political speculation surrounds a plan to protect the caribou population.  For months,

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Indigenous-led truck convoy rolls through northern Alberta to support pro-pipeline movement

Indigenous truck drivers staged a pro-pipeline rally in the tiny community of Lac La Biche, Alta, Sunday as laid-off oil and gas workers struggle to

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Indigenous group leads northern Alberta rally in support of energy industry

A rally and truck convoy was held in Lac La Biche on Sunday, in support of Alberta’s energy industry. “We need things to change

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Northern B.C. First Nations artist Henry Roy Vickers headed to Grammys

Henry Roy Vickers, a First Nations artist from Hazelton, B.C. is off to the Grammys this weekend, where he has been nominated for his design

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U.S. junior hockey league eyes second expansion in northern Alberta

A U.S. Junior A hockey league is eyeing another expansion into part of northern Alberta, a year after making its Canadian debut. In a press

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Gidimt’en in northern B.C. anticipating RCMP action over anti-pipeline camp

Dozens of Indigenous people and their supporters have setup camp in a remote part of northern B.C., using a strategic access point to control who

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Heavy snow, poor driving conditions along B.C.’s northern coasts, Yukon border

Winter storms will ring in the new year around British Columbia’s north and central coasts and along the border with Yukon. Environment Canada has

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Court rules that Nova Scotia must consult Mi’kmaq on financing of Northern Pulp effluent plant

A Nova Scotia Supreme Court decision says the province must consult with a Mi’kmaq community about how public money is provided to a pulp

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Masked thieves steal 40 firearms from hardware store in northern Alberta

RCMP are searching for four suspects who broke into a hardware store in Kinuso early Tuesday and made off with 40 firearms. In a

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