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“Up close and personal” or “furious and outraged?” Minister and passengers have different views

“Up close and personal” or “furious and outraged?” Minister and passengers have different views

BC Transportation Minister Todd Stone is concerned about passenger complaints regarding their MV Nimpkish experiences this summer.
Rediscovery Program celebrates 30 years

Rediscovery Program celebrates 30 years

Chako Kunamokst means a ‘gathering place’ in the Chinook language, and this is precisely what youth have been doing at Kimsquit Rediscovery.
Parents get website guide to teacher strike

Parents get website guide to teacher strike

As talks between the B.C. Teachers' Federation and government continue, support site guides parents to online resources
No changes for “Circle Tour,” Transportation Minister to push for planning group

No changes for “Circle Tour,” Transportation Minister to push for planning group

The MV Nimpkish will continue to ply the waters of the Discovery Coast “Connector” through the 2015 tourist season and beyond.
Red Chris mine to wait for independent review

Red Chris mine to wait for independent review

Minister Bill Bennett visits Tahltan elders' roadblock at Iskut, where work has been stopped in response to Mount Polley tailings breach
Mine spill tests turn to long-term effects

Mine spill tests turn to long-term effects

Samples of fish and sediment in the region of the Mount Polley mine tailings breach are being tested
Outside investigation promised for Mount Polley

Outside investigation promised for Mount Polley

"There has to be some independent oversight and insight into that process," Mines Minister Bill Bennett says
Water pumped down from Polley Lake

Water pumped down from Polley Lake

Mount Polley mine workers began pumping water from Polley Lake down a discharge pipe to Quesnel Lake Sunday
Tourism suffers as Nimpkish enters first year

Tourism suffers as Nimpkish enters first year

Midway through the 2014 tourist season, tourism businesses along Highway 20 from end to end are hurting.
ICBC to mail out $38 million in refunds for overcharges

ICBC to mail out $38 million in refunds for overcharges

Management knew of errors on auto insurance rates since 2009, hid problem from board: Auditors