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Transportation Minister revs up B.C. speed limit reform debate

Transportation Minister revs up B.C. speed limit reform debate

Todd Stone announces formal review of highway speed limits, citing better roads, safer cars, new risk research
Pollution limits already raised for Kitimat smelter

Pollution limits already raised for Kitimat smelter

Skeena MLA Robin Austin says Rio Tinto-Alcan expansion will increase sulphur dioxide even before other industry gets going
Lake Country wins award for unique silvopasture project

Lake Country wins award for unique silvopasture project

Project attempted to keep cattle out of fresh water sources while they grazed
Beasley Park officially re-opened after project completion

Beasley Park officially re-opened after project completion

New set of lights opens up many more hours for community groups to use sports fields
Education Minister: School boards knew of CUPE costs

Education Minister: School boards knew of CUPE costs

Trustees knew costs were coming, but some figured they could wait for an NDP government to come in and pay for raises: Fassbender
Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Energy Minister Bill Bennett issues order on BC Hydro meter fees

Fees must cover cost of reading old meters, turning radios off in smart meters and "failed installations" where technicians turned away

Pelmewash design options to consider

Residents have until Oct. 8 to give their opinions on the design of the local roadway along the west shore of Wood Lake.
Pelmewash public input continues in Lake Country

Pelmewash public input continues in Lake Country

Residents and council liked the concept plan. You have until Oct. 8 to give your input.

Get acquainted with Lake Country shops

Small Shop Saturday goes Sept. 28 when Lake Country stores will be showcasing their businesses.
Tradition continues as Oyama Firemen's Ball takes place this weekend

Tradition continues as Oyama Firemen's Ball takes place this weekend

Times have changed but the community spirit at the Oyama Fire Department lives on