Monday Dec 2
The North Shore Outlooks
Highway speed limits, tire rules reviewed
The B.C. government is inviting public input on changes to speed limits on rural highways and winter tire requirements.
No surgeons in B.C.'s Peace region until Tuesday
The two resident surgeons of Fort St. John Hospital and the surgeon resident in Dawson Creek are all away until Tuesday due to a scheduling error.
Nov. 23, 1955: Advisory board on crime comics recommends pulling 14 as 'objectionable'
The Alberta economy, as well as the livelihoods of thousands of workers, depends on industry extracting oily treasure from under the northern boreal forest.
Prince George Citizen
Communities to collaborate on crime
Representatives from some of the country's top crime-rated areas will converge in Prince George next week, but they won't have far to go.
The Globe and Mail
Stakeholders split sharply on B.C. land reserve policies
Donna Passmore, Campaign Director of the Farmland Defence League of BC, is photographed at an illegal storage and dumping area on a piece of ALR land in the Cloverdale neighbourhood of Surrey, B.C., Wednesday, November 20, 2013.
Journal of Commerce
Public input sought for $7.9 billion Site C dam project
A federal review panel has determined that BC Hydro's Environmental Impact Statement for the construction of the Site C dam is good enough for the project to enter the public hearing phase of the assessment process.
Nanaimo Daily News
Encana, B.C. Oil and Gas Commission accused of misusing B.C. water
Three environmental groups have filed a lawsuit against the British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission and natural gas company Encana over the use of water from B.C.'s lakes and rivers.
Parksville Qualicum News
Forbes heads back to the hall
Forbes, originally from Dawson Creek, B.C., has toured Canada and the United States extensively for the past three decades.