Smithers, British Columbia

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.story&u cpress 20050728 ca_pr_on_na toronto_subway_threat (CP) *A Northern Thunderbird Air plane carrying two flight crew has gone missing between Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia) and Smithers, BC (Smithers, British Columbia). Two Canadian Forces Buffalo aircraft are searching the origin and destination areas while CH-149 Cormorant helicopters search the glacier area halfway between. The ''CCGC (Canadian Coast Guard) Cape Caution

'' is searching Jervis Inlet along the 600 kilometre flight path and two planes operated by the Canadian Air Search and Rescue Association are assisting. The King Air 200 (Beechcraft Super King Air) was carrying no passengers or freight.story&u cpress 20050729 ca_pr_on_na missing_plane (CP) *A four year old girl is in a Vancouver hospital in serious condition after suffering serious head and scalp injuries from a cougar attack on northern

Vancouver Island. (PKFHSPKFHS story&u cpress 20050728 ca_pr_on_na cougar_attack_child CP) * '''Hagwilget Village First Nation''' Hagwilget Village First Nation (Pronunciation: ′hag-will-git′, located in the village of ''Tse-kya'' meaning “base of rock”, ''Hagwilget'' - "place of the gentle or quiet people", as its known in Gitxsan (Gitxsan language), is located on east side of the Bulkley Valley


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deposits and an estimated of methane. That year, Shell drilled three exploratory wells at the headwaters, but in 2005 four Shell employees who arrived at the band office in Iskut (Iskut, British Columbia) were turned away by a group of elders, and no drilling occurred that summer. Non-violent blockades in 2005 and 2006 delayed development efforts and led to the arrests of 13 protesters. Talhtan territory was the site of half of all


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a molybdenum mine to extract the Davidson deposit on Hudson Bay Mountain near the town was vigourously opposed over a period of years before TCM abandoned the project. Smithers and the Bulkley Valley are home to many musicians, including Juno-Award-winning (Juno Award) Alexis Puentes. The biggest assembly of musical talent happens during the annual Mid-Summer Music Festival in late June. Over the years, the Mid-Summer Music Festival has seen some famous acts like Spirit of the West


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Begins&SearchPR 01&B1 All&Custom Community Highlights for Smithers , ''2001 Community Profiles'', October 23, 2007. - style "text-align:center;background-color:#ffebad;" Smithers British Columbia - style "text-align:center;" Median age 33.3 years 38.4 years - style "text-align:center;" Under 15 years old 24% 18% - style "text-align:center;" Between 25 and 44 years old 31% 30% - style "text-align:center;"


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Contemporary) 870 AM 106.5 FM, CICK (community) 93.9 FM, CJFW (country) 92.1 FM, CFNR-FM (classic rock) 95.1 FM Recreation thumb upright 1.1 Twin Falls near Smithers (File:TWIN FALLS, SMITHERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.jpg) Smithers is known for its world class skiing and fishing (in particular for steelhead). Other popular activities include soccer, volleyball, hockey, baseball, downhill mountain biking, cross-country skiing, hiking, quadding and snowmobiling. Smithers offers a variety of extreme

;display:none" 0 870 AM Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) Vista Broadcast Group adult contemporary - - CKEW-FM (CBU-FM) 00 88.1 FM Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) Houston-Smithers Rebroadcasting Society community-owned CBC Radio 2 rebroadcaster - - CJFW-FM-6 (CJFW-FM) 00 92.9 FM Smithers, British Columbia


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shot in Vancouver. * The Comedy Network show, ''Alice, I Think (Alice, I Think (TV series))'', is set in Smithers; however, it is not actually filmed there, aside from location shots. * Smithers was referenced in the show ''How I Met Your Mother'' (Season 7, Episode 6 - Mystery Vs. History). Media * TV Stations CFTK-TV (CBC affiliate) ch 5, CTV ch 13, Global ch 10 & Knowledge Network ch 20 * Radio Stations CBC1 97.5 FM, CBC2 88.1 FM, CFBV (The MooseFM - Adult


starting early

been in place since 1995, offering an Alternative Justice Program for first-time, non-violent First Nations offenders. The WUAJ office is presently in the chief's office in Smithers, B.C. A Wet'suwet'en Language Authority created by fluent speakers and creating innovative ways to engage with NON FLUENT speakers and starting Early learning in the schools and homes. There are approximately 5,000 British Columbia wide with many living in traditional Gitxsan territory. Many also live elsewhere in British Columbia, in places such as Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia), and in Vancouver (Vancouver, British Columbia), as well as around the world. Directions Fraser Lake is east of Burns Lake (69), Topley (Topley%2C British Columbia) (120), Houston (Houston, British Columbia) (150), Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia) (216), Terrace (Terrace, British Columbia) (419), and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia) (563). It is west from Fort Fraser (20), Vanderhoof (59), Fort St. James (106), and Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) (154).


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Party leadership election , and came in third. Early life Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Cullen worked in several countries in Central and South America, during the 1990s, on community economic development projects. After returning to Toronto, he started a private consulting business focussed on strategic

newspaper Daily News location Prince Rupert, British Columbia date June 16, 2004 page 3 He moved to Smithers, British Columbia in 1998 to work as a coordinator for a Katimavik program. The riding represented by Cullen - Skeena—Bulkley Valley - covers over 323,000 square kilometres of northwestern British Columbia, which is nearly the size of Norway. The largest urban areas in the riding are Prince Rupert, British Columbia Prince

, a minority parliament led by Paul Martin and the Liberal Party. He became the party's national critic for youth issues, the environment and national parks. Cullen opened constituency offices in Smithers and Terrace.


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is paralleled by Highway 16 (British Columbia Highway 16). It flows west from Bulkley Lake past Perow (Perow, British Columbia) and is joined near Houston (Houston, British Columbia) by the Morice River, its major tributary. The Bulkley continues north past Quick (Quick, British Columbia), Telkwa (Telkwa, British Columbia) and Smithers (Smithers, British Columbia). It then meets the Skeena River near Hazelton (Hazelton, British Columbia). children Isaac, Elliot


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Contemporary) 870 AM 106.5 FM, CICK (community) 93.9 FM, CJFW (country) 92.1 FM, CFNR-FM (classic rock) 95.1 FM Recreation thumb upright 1.1 Twin Falls near Smithers (File:TWIN FALLS, SMITHERS, BRITISH COLUMBIA.jpg) Smithers is known for its world class skiing and fishing (in particular for steelhead). Other popular activities include soccer, volleyball, hockey, baseball, downhill mountain biking, cross-country skiing, hiking, quadding and snowmobiling. Smithers offers a variety of extreme

sports, for example quadding in the back country, snowmobiling in the surrounding mountains, paragliding, or mountain biking down Hudson Bay Mountain. Smithers is known for its variety of recreation. References External links * Smithers Regional Airport Information * Basic demographic information

Smithers, British Columbia

'''Smithers''' is a town located in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, approximately halfway between Prince George (Prince George, British Columbia) and Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia). Smithers is located in the Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako (Regional District of Bulkley-Nechako, British Columbia). With a population of 5,404, Smithers is a service area for most of the Bulkley Valley.

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