First Nations and industry act together to help dwindling Klinse-Za caribou herd

Woodland caribou captured near Chetwynd so they can give birth in a protected maternity corral line up at a trough to feed on a mix of lichens and pellets. Having the animals feed is a good sign that they are not overly stressed by the situation.  - Cnw Group/West Moberly First Nations
  • updated Apr 23, 2014 at 11:01 PM

A first in northern BC, the goal of the program is to protect vulnerable pregnant caribou and their newborn calves from predators

Letters

Take advantage of North Thompson Communities Foundation matching funds campaign by September

  • posted Apr 24, 2014at 1:00 AM

donate little every month into the future to assist those that live in the North Thompson Valley for years to come

Community

Council members need to have the ability to act and vote independently

  • posted Apr 24, 2014at 1:00 AM

As The Mayor Sees It with District of Barriere Mayor Bill Humphreys

Community

Fall Fair Ambassadors meet the Easter Rabbit

  • posted Apr 24, 2014at 1:00 AM

Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt draws kids out for the fun of it

Letters

Barriere Babies of 2013 luncheon all good

  • posted Apr 24, 2014at 1:00 AM

Success by 6 and Yellowhead Community Services thank all the very generous individuals that supported the Babies of 2013 Luncheon

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