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After several years of remediation work on Hazeltine Creek to repair the damage from the breach at Mount Polley Mine, sockey salmon are showing up in the creek. (Gabriel Holmes photo)

Sockeye salmon spawning in Hazeltine Creek near Mount Polley Mine

104 adult sockeye salmon were observed in the newly remediated portion of the creek

 

Todd Doherty. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo -Williams Lake Tribune)

Update: Conservative Todd Doherty projected to be re-elected in Cariboo-Prince George riding

Preliminary results show Doherty has 50.1 per cent of the votes with 77 per cent of poll results in

 

Dr. Leigh Hunsinger-Chang is the Green Party of Canada candidate in the Cariboo-Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)

Election 2021 Cariboo-Prince George Candidate Q&A: Leigh Hunsinger-Chang, Green Party of Canada

We asked each candidate four questions, here are Hunsinger-Chang’s answers

  • Sep 12, 2021
Dr. Leigh Hunsinger-Chang is the Green Party of Canada candidate in the Cariboo-Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)
Jeremy Gustafson is the People's Party of Candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)

Election 2021 Cariboo-Prince Geroge Q&A: Jeremy Gustafson, People’s Party of Canada

We asked the candidates for questions regarding the upcoming election

  • Sep 12, 2021
Jeremy Gustafson is the People's Party of Candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)
NDP candidate Audrey McKinnon. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Election 2021 Cariboo-Prince George Q&A: Audrey McKinnon, New Democratic Party

We asked each candidate four questions, here are McKinnon’s answers

  • Sep 12, 2021
NDP candidate Audrey McKinnon. (Angie Mindus photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Election 2021 Cariboo-Prince Geroge Q&A: Henry Thiessen, Christian Heritage Party

We asked each candidate four questions, here are Henry Thiessen’s answers

  • Sep 12, 2021
Henry Thiessen is the Christian Heritage Party of Canada's candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)

Christian Heritage Party candidate hails from Vanderhoof

He spent 34 years as a helicopter pilot and travelled all over

Henry Thiessen is the Christian Heritage Party of Canada's candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)
Jeremy Gustafson is the People’s Party of Candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)

Cariboo-Prince George People’s Party of Canada candidate moved to Horsefly two months ago

After reading the PPC platform Gustafson said he became convinced it was the party for him

Jeremy Gustafson is the People’s Party of Candidate in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Photo submitted)
The 100 Mile House in 1868. (Courtesy of Library, RBSC. Uno Langman family collection of BC photographs/Wagon Road North)

More tales from Wagon Road North: The Saga of the Cariboo Gold Rush

Revised edition provides vivid picture of life on the goldrush trail

The 100 Mile House in 1868. (Courtesy of Library, RBSC. Uno Langman family collection of BC photographs/Wagon Road North)
Todd Doherty is seeking a third term as MP in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo -Williams Lake Tribune)
Todd Doherty is seeking a third term as MP in the Cariboo Prince George riding. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo -Williams Lake Tribune)
The Soda-Creek Macalister Road continues to be closed approximately 45 kilometres north of Williams Lake due to a slide in April 2020. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
The Soda-Creek Macalister Road continues to be closed approximately 45 kilometres north of Williams Lake due to a slide in April 2020. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)
Two year old Hunter Madder takes part in the peewee lead line event with the help of Williams Lake Stampede Princess Kennady Dyck during the BC Barrel Racing Association Finals during the weekend in Quesnel. (Leo Prince photo)

Barrel racing’s best converge at Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park for BCBRA finals

Quesnel’s Alex Fraser Park was bustling with activity during the weekend when…

Two year old Hunter Madder takes part in the peewee lead line event with the help of Williams Lake Stampede Princess Kennady Dyck during the BC Barrel Racing Association Finals during the weekend in Quesnel. (Leo Prince photo)
Leigh Hunsinger-Chang of Prince George has announced her intention to run as the Green Party candidate for the Cariboo-Prince George riding in this year’s federal election. (Photo submitted)
Leigh Hunsinger-Chang of Prince George has announced her intention to run as the Green Party candidate for the Cariboo-Prince George riding in this year’s federal election. (Photo submitted)
Jim Hilton pens a column on forestry each week for the Quesnel Observer.

FOREST INK: Western spruce budworm continues to impact our local Douglas-fir forests

I’ve noticed many dead or dying Douglas-fir trees a few kilometres on either side of the bridge

  • Aug 22, 2021
Jim Hilton pens a column on forestry each week for the Quesnel Observer.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau (CPAC)

Trudeau requests election, Cariboo-Prince George Conservative, NDP candidates react

Todd Doherty and Audrey McKinnon critical of Trudeau’s timing

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau (CPAC)
Jim Hilton pens a column on forestry each week for the Williams Lake Tribune. (Black Press Media image)

FOREST INK:: Reclaiming China’s deserts

Jim Hilton writes about successful efforts to re-vegetate land in China

Jim Hilton pens a column on forestry each week for the Williams Lake Tribune. (Black Press Media image)
Cheryl Macarthy and Dave Jorgenson, owners of Frog On the Bog Gifts

Cariboo tourism shows resiliency to emerge stronger than ever

It’s no surprise that when the pandemic hit, one of the industries…

  • Jul 26, 2021
Cheryl Macarthy and Dave Jorgenson, owners of Frog On the Bog Gifts
Ranch Musings columnist David Zirnhelt. (File photo)

Ranch Musings: Drought and the perilous bounty

Anyone running over fields can see where the soil containing adequate organic matter greens up

  • Jul 25, 2021
Ranch Musings columnist David Zirnhelt. (File photo)
The BC Wildfire Service is requesting the public not donate food and supplies to firefighters at the Northeast Complex at 100 Mile House. (Black Press Media photo)

Cariboo Fire Centre not seeking supplies for firefighters: BCWS

Online requests for supplies are unsolicited

The BC Wildfire Service is requesting the public not donate food and supplies to firefighters at the Northeast Complex at 100 Mile House. (Black Press Media photo)