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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TC Energy to sell stake in Northern Courier pipeline for $1.15B

TC Energy Corp. has signed a deal to sell an 85 per cent stake in its Northern Courier Pipeline to Alberta Investment Management Corp.

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‘The most exciting sport you’ll ever see’: Indian relay takes off in northern Alberta

Thousands of fans watched in awe as daredevil riders raced in the inaugural Indian relay at Bonnyville’s rodeo grounds over the May long weekend.

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Wildfire risk prompts fire ban, off-highway vehicle restrictions in northern Alberta

Much of northern Alberta is under a fire ban due to increased wildfire risk, the provincial government announced Thursday evening. The ban includes Lac

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First Nations disagree on impacts of tanker ban at Northern B.C. Senate hearings

A Senate committee on transportation and communication holding public hearings in Northern B.C. this week heard competing arguments from First Nations about the impacts of a tanker ban. 

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Man’s death in northern Saskatchewan considered suspicious

RCMP are treating a man’s sudden death in northern Saskatchewan as suspicious. A report about an injured man at a home in Stanley Mission

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Human remains found inside smouldering travel trailer in northern Alberta

Human remains have been found inside a burned travel trailer in a remote pathway in northern Alberta, police say. Wood Buffalo RCMP and RCMP Major Crimes

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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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