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VIDEO: Volunteers gift new home to B.C. wildfire victim

Mennonite Disaster Services spent four months building a home, and are building three more in the region

B.C. Interior First Nation government and province sign moose co-management agreement

The Tsihqo’tin National Government will not attempt to ban the limited-entry moose hunt in 2018, Chief Joe Alphonse confirmed

Forest Enhancement Society announces fifth funding intake

With $63 million available during the fifth intake, $30 million is earmarked for carbon emission reduction and $33 million for projects fulfilling the society’s purpose to prevent and mitigate the impact of wildfires, as well as and other objectives.

Tourism minister visits Cariboo region

Lisa Beare said she was here to explore the Cariboo and to understand things that the region has to offer for visitors to B.C.”

Pulled cattle guards going back in place despite B.C. Interior First Nations moose hunt protest

Forests minister Donaldson and TNG Chief Alphonse discuss situation, agree on path forward, ministry says

TNG block roads, question gov’t on moose hunt

Chief Joe Alphonse confirmed Thursday they’ve deactivated the Raven Lake Road and the Mackin Creek Road just before the Island Lake turnoff

UPDATE: Chief explains TNG position on road blocks, moose hunt

Members of the Tsilhqot’in Nation are making good on their promise

Court of appeal grants injunction on Taseko’s exploratory drilling in B.C. Interior

The decision provides temporary protection and relief, said Chief Joe Alphonse

Update: More candidates in the running for CRD director positions

The race will now see seven elections and five by acclamation

B.C. First Nations woman walking to stop the violence

Marilyn Charleyboy from Tsideldel (Alexis Creek) First Nation is walking to raise awareness about violence in First Nations communities.

BC Wildlife Federation opposes First Nations LEH moose hunting ban

The B.C. Wildlife Federation is calling on the provincial government to step up and enforce the law

Ministry not planning ban on LEH moose hunt in Cariboo Chilcotin

LEH hunting has been reduced by 60 per cent from 2011 levels, ministry said

Some B.C. First Nations ban limited-entry moose hunt

Citing struggling moose populations and the unprecedented 2017 wildfires, First Nations are extending a moratorium on 2018 moose hunt

German journalists wowed by local mountain biking trails and First Nations communities

‘B.C. is definitely is a must-see place for someone who rides a bike.’

VIDEO: Former B.C. First Nations chief acquitted of sexual interference

Former Xeni Gwet’in chief Roger William said he’s relieved to have his name cleared

Ex-treasurer with B.C. Special Olympics Society charged with fraud

The charges are connected to alleged fraud by former treasurer of Special Olympics Society

Evacuation order issued for Whitton Lake area in the West Chilcotin impacting six properties

RCMP will be carrying out the order by helicopter Wednesday

Mayfield Lake evacuation alert lifted for 342 properties, 28 remain under alert

Progress on the fire has led to evacuation alert changes

Williams Lake ESS activated for possible arrival of wildfire evacuees from west of Prince George

Once Prince George reaches 100 per cent capacity they will be directed to Williams Lake

Horsefly River angling closed from Quesnel Lake to Woodjam Bridge until further notice

The move comes to protect rainbow trout from warming temperatures in the river