Local Business

Clearwater business installs Sasquatch replica

“It’s OK, I don’t believe in you either,” says T-shirt on Bigfoot in front of Greffards/Greenscapes

Light after death: BC Hydro finds incandescent bulbs still rule in B.C. homes

From April 6 to 27, BC Hydro is offering 15 per cent off the purchase of select LED bulbs

  • Apr 17th, 2018

Valemount ski resort hits delay

Construction on Valemount Glacier resort has been pushed back until the summer of 2019

Tolko gears up for processing wildfire timber in Williams Lake

Tolko spends more than $1 million at Soda Creek sawmill accommodating Douglas-fir

Taggart and Killeen depart CTV News Vancouver

Co-anchors exit news outlet amid ‘major refresh’ at station

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Selfless spirt keeps recipient from Vernon award ceremony
Waterway Houseboats celebrates 50 years on Shuswap Lake
Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair
Black Press Extreme Education & Career Fair

Northern B.C. rail service is unreliable and inadequate, trade minister says

Bruce Ralston pushes federal minister of transport to ensure reliable supply of rail cars

Spruce beetle killing mid-term timber supply in Cariboo

Rapidly advancing insect threatening Cariboo supply area

  • Mar 2nd, 2018

Time to celebrate Chamber of Commerce Week

Feb. 19, 2018 marks the beginning of Chamber of Commerce week in British Columbia,

  • Feb 16th, 2018

Blue River ore used to test new mining process

Krupin process could make Upper Fir rare metal deposit more economic, says Commerce Resources

New committee to control invasive plants

Thompson-Nicola Invasive Plant Management Committee to manage invasive plants within TNRD

  • Feb 12th, 2018

Grant helps welding program

Canadian Welding Association Foundation helps shop program at Clearwater Secondary

Protecting the working forest shields residents from wildfire

“Fuel is the only thing we can affect when it comes to fire. We can’t control weather or topography”

  • Feb 5th, 2018

New committee to control invasive plants

Thompson-Nicola Invasive Plant Management Committee to manage invasive plants within TNRD

  • Feb 4th, 2018

Annual allowable cut does not need to change, according to report

Only a 24-month window available for salvage logging burned wood

B.C. provides additional salvage harvest guidance

About 700,000 hectares containing merchantable timber was burned during last year’s fire season

  • Feb 1st, 2018

Help build a rural development strategy for B.C.

Share your comments and ideas on rural development until 4 p.m. (Pacific time), on Feb. 28

  • Jan 29th, 2018

Logging: who decides what (and how) to cut?

The BC government is reviewing the “professional reliance” model

Town council talks tourism

Many in the Clearwater-Wells Gray area do not appreciate how unique and wonderful it is