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Regional district welcomes newly re-appointed members to board

The 2013/2014 regional district board poses for a photo after the new directors, municipal reps and their alternates are sworn in at the boardroom Dec. 6. From left in back are Terrace city councillor alternate Brian Downie, Hazelton rural areas director Linda Pierre, rural Terrace director Doug McLeod, Kitimat councillor Corinne Scott, Thornhill director Ted Ramsey, Terrace city councillor Stacey Tyers, Telegraph Creek director Dave Brocklebank, Kitimat councillor alternate Phil Germuth. In front from left are Dease Lake director Edith Carrier, Stewart councillor Billie Ann Belcher, Nass Valley director and vice chair Harry Nyce, Terrace city councillor and chair Bruce Bidgood, Hazelton mayor Alice Maitland and New Hazelton mayor Gail Lowry.  - MARGARET SPEIRS
  • posted Dec 7, 2013 at 3:00 PM

Four directors or councillors/mayors and two alternates take their oaths before Regional District of Kitimat-Stikine monthly board meeting.

Vancouver Canucks hire Trevor Linden as President of Hockey Operations

  • posted Apr 9, 2014at 9:00 AM

Vancouver's bringing in its beloved former captain to fill one half of Mike Gillis's now-empty shoes... now for the General Manager.

Can Canada brand itself as well as Australia?

  • posted Mar 12, 2014at 2:00 PM
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Ottawa is looking for tips from Oz on how to brand itself internationally, but Molson and Tom Brokaw have already done a pretty good job...

Experts battle growing online crime

  • posted Feb 7, 2014at 2:00 PM

Organized crime-sponsored hackers "are getting smarter, they have more money than anybody else" but you can protect yourself

10 Years Social: You Can Make Your Own Facebook Movie

  • posted Feb 4, 2014at 11:00 AM

Facebook celebrates its 10th anniversary, has allowed its 1.23 billion users to make their own video, with Photos, Statuses, and Likes.

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