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There will be five new faces around the Cariboo Regional District board table this term.
Ervin Charleyboy came out during the municipal election in support of the New Prosperity Mine project if it is environmentally safe.
The B.C. branch of the Canadian Bar Association wants the provincial government to better fund the province’s legal aid services.
A trailer fire on Dog Creek Road was started by a vehicle, according to the Williams Lake Fire Department.
The City of Williams Lake returned four incumbent councillors to City Hall Saturday night.
Paul French says he will support mayoral candidates' plans if they include a focus on getting Tolko’s Creekside mill reopened.
The Tsilhqot’in National Government is supporting Kerry Cook for mayor.
Candidates for city council packed into the TRU gym Monday for the last debate in advance of the Nov. 19 municipal election.
Chantal Desruisseaux says all she has are questions.
The Tsilhqot’in Nation has launched a challenge in B.C. Supreme Court.
City council candidate Tanessa Fairburn says she’d like to be an advocate for the disadvantaged.
The decision to review a revised Prosperity Mine project is a first for the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency.
Canada signed on to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples two years after it was adopted globally.
It was the near capacity crowd and event sponsors who dictated the tone of the second mayoral debate at Thompson Rivers University Monday.
Ervin Charleyboy favours working with Taseko on an environmentally safe proposal.
Mayoral candidate Scott Nelson is being endorsed by former Tsilqot’in National Government tribal chair Ervin Charleyboy
The province’s Ministry of Energy and Mines has issued exploration permits for road building and drilling for the New Prosperity Mine.
The first of two all-candidates debates for City councillors held Wednesday at the Tourism Development Centre provided few surprises.
Rural communities petition for expanded broadband Internet heads to Victoria.
Former Tsilqot'in National Government tribal chair says he is in favour of working with Taseko on its New Prosperty Mine project.