MP Cullen held a town hall meeting to receive feedback from locals on how they would like to see federal funding on infrastructure spent.
Village staff presented council with several options to address budget deficit.
A great evening was held at DADS Restaurant last Saturday with a tribute to David Bowie.
Christine Tassan et les Imposteures entertained a large crowd last Saturday evening.
The Burns Lake Curling Club held a family funspiel last weekend.
Lots of hockey action at the Tom Forsyth Arena last weekend.
Grant application to repave Eighth Avenue not accepted; recreation fees to increase for some users.
Community members questioned the board’s intentions during meeting in Burns Lake.
The Omineca Open, Tech Northern Cup #2 was held last Sunday.
Community members raised concerns at a lunch with the president of B.C. LNG Alliance.
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Proposal included Eighth Avenue repaving project and rising costs of Lakeside Multiplex.
Lakes District Community Choir and guests presented Christmas favourites last Sunday.
“As long as there is funding, the college will run the family programs until they are successfully transitioned to an appropriate agency.”
We are in a unique position in the north to create opportunities,” says mining group
A public referendum is planned for Feb. 27, 2016, in order to vote on whether to approve raising the tax limit.
It was hard to find a seat at the Arts Council’s presentation of Gordie MacKeeman and His Rhythm Boys.
National chief received a standing ovation during Lake Babine Nation's 17 annual general assembly.
Celebrations for Lake Babine Nation’s 17th annual general assembly.
The Lakes District Secondary School boys and girls held volleyball games last week.