Clare Rayment

Current Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, who is with the BC Liberals, and Nicole Halbauer, who is running for BC NDP candidate for Skeena. (Black Press photo and BC NDP photo)

Local Skeena candidates for the Oct. 24 snap election

Current BC Liberal MLA Ellis Ross will be running again, as will Nicole Halbauer for BC NDP

Current Skeena MLA Ellis Ross, left, who is with the BC Liberals, and Nicole Halbauer, who is running for BC NDP candidate for Skeena. (Black Press photo and BC NDP photo)
Nicole Halbauer seeks B.C. NDP nomination for Skeena riding

Nicole Halbauer seeks B.C. NDP nomination for Skeena riding

Halbauer is the current Chair of the Board of Directors at Coast Mountain College

Nicole Halbauer seeks B.C. NDP nomination for Skeena riding
Kitimat RCMP are asking for information about a man involved in a suspcious incident last Thursday (Sept. 10). (Black Press file photo)

Police look for vehicle, male driver after incident involving girl, 11

The driver was described as an older Caucasian male with white hair, no glasses, and no facial hair

Kitimat RCMP are asking for information about a man involved in a suspcious incident last Thursday (Sept. 10). (Black Press file photo)
Coast Mountains School District 82 hosts virtual Q&A for back-to-school plan

Coast Mountains School District 82 hosts virtual Q&A for back-to-school plan

Speakers from the School District and Northern Health answered questions from community members

Coast Mountains School District 82 hosts virtual Q&A for back-to-school plan
Coast Mountains School District 82 will be hosting a live Q&A session Thursday (Sept. 3) evening, to address the re-start plan for the 2020-2021 school year. (Black Press photo)

Coast Mountains School District 82 hosting online Q&A session

The session will address the School District’s Stage 2 Education Re-Start Plan for the school year

Coast Mountains School District 82 will be hosting a live Q&A session Thursday (Sept. 3) evening, to address the re-start plan for the 2020-2021 school year. (Black Press photo)
Rio Tinto’s BC Works and their aluminum smelter in Kitimat will be impacted by Trump’s new tariffs on aluminum imports to the U.S. (Black Press photo)

Rio Tinto, Canadian aluminum industry and government respond to U.S. aluminum import tariffs

The tariffs were imposed by President Donald Trump Aug. 6

Rio Tinto’s BC Works and their aluminum smelter in Kitimat will be impacted by Trump’s new tariffs on aluminum imports to the U.S. (Black Press photo)
The entrance to the Kemano Powerhouse at the base of Mt. Dubose. Excavation workers will be back there in the next few months to continue with the T2 tunnel, after temporarily stopping due to COVID-19 restrictions. (Gerry Leibel)

Rio Tinto Kemano T2 project restart plans in the works after temporary COVID-19 shutdown

The project excavation work has been shut down since late March for COVID-19 safety.

The entrance to the Kemano Powerhouse at the base of Mt. Dubose. Excavation workers will be back there in the next few months to continue with the T2 tunnel, after temporarily stopping due to COVID-19 restrictions. (Gerry Leibel)
The van of nuns that was seen driving around Northwest B.C. the other week. Rumours of sex trafficking involving the nuns spread over social media, as the nuns had been trying to get into various First Nations communities. (Ashley Studley photo)

‘Wanted to see the ocean, enjoy nature’: Visiting nuns cause frenzy online in northwest B.C.

Social media posts ran rampant when six Catholic nuns were seen driving around Northwest B.C.

The van of nuns that was seen driving around Northwest B.C. the other week. Rumours of sex trafficking involving the nuns spread over social media, as the nuns had been trying to get into various First Nations communities. (Ashley Studley photo)
Material that was developed to help continue the teaching of X̄a’islak̓ala, the Haisla language. (Photo courtesy of Haisla Nation and Rio Tinto)

New Haislakala Language Revitalization Program aims to preserve and revitalize Haisla language

Haisla elders will be recorded speaking in Haislakala, with hopes of collecting 12,000-17,000 words.

Material that was developed to help continue the teaching of X̄a’islak̓ala, the Haisla language. (Photo courtesy of Haisla Nation and Rio Tinto)
“We’re not busting ghosts”: local paranormal investigators check out PF Bistro

“We’re not busting ghosts”: local paranormal investigators check out PF Bistro

Paranormal North Coast British Columbia recently checked out PF Bistro at City Centre Mall.

“We’re not busting ghosts”: local paranormal investigators check out PF Bistro