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Federal court asked to review mine approval

The Nak'azdli First Nation said Thursday they are seeking a judicial review from the Federal Court of Canada of the federal government's recent environmental approval of Terrane Metal's proposed $917-million Mount Milligan mine.

SAR member taken to hospital

A search and rescue volunteer was taken to hospital late Friday afternoon after suffering a collapse while participating in an exercise at the Cottonwood Island Park boat launch. Officials declined to provide further details.

Grow-op busted

Police in Prince George made their second major grow-op bust in the last week. The latest marijuana operation was located early Wednesday afternoon in the 3900 block of Second Ave.

Real estate sector ends year strong

B.C. Northern Real Estate Board numbers released this week are showing it wasn't entirely a year local real estate agents would rather forget.
Mayor meets with Gay-Straight Alliance youth group

Mayor meets with Gay-Straight Alliance youth group

A gay-straight alliance of political proportions happened at this week's meeting of the school district's Gay-Straight Alliance youth group. The teens at the weekly get-together had two special visitors, both of them local icons in their field.

Ludwig in custody

Police continue to search the Hythe, Alberta farm of Wiebo Ludwig and the convicted eco-saboteur has been arrested in connection to a string of bombings in the Dawson Creek area.
Electronic cigarette sparks interest

Electronic cigarette sparks interest

It looks, tastes and feels like a cigarette, but it isn't a cigarette because it has no tobbaco, tars or carcinogens to hurt you. It's the latest device being made in China, but sold in Europe and Asia, and now it has made its way to Canada.