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  Apr 22, 2015250 News   Prince George, B.C. – A new report by the Forest Practices Board has a stern message for Victoria – the provincial government’s information and management of our more than 600,000 km of resource roads remains inadequate. “It is extremely difficult for the public and other users of resource roads to have any reliable idea of where roads are and whether they are accessible and safe for travel,” said board chair Tim Ryan. “Resource roads are a multi-billion public asset and a liability. Government is not managing them to ensure we maximize the positive benefits of public investment in road development and minimize the negative impacts roads can have.” Read More Read more...

  Apr 13, 2015BC Government     VICTORIA - New mobile radio communication protocols are being implemented throughout B.C. to improve safety for resource road users. The changes include new standardized road signs, radio call protocols and a bank of standardized mobile radio channels. Quesnel, Thompson Rivers, Cascades and Okanagan Shuswap natural resource districts will convert to the new protocols and resource road radio channels beginning May 4, 2015. The new protocols will impact forest service roads and other road permit roads in these areas. Read More Read more...

First Nations talk issues at COFI Read more...

Forest Fashion

Tuesday, 24 March 2015 16:08

Tree bark fashion lights up Vancouver show Read more...

B.C. aboriginal band enacts laws to govern territory after historic court win Read more...

A Likely Update

Friday, 20 March 2015 23:51

Sediment from Mount Polley mine dam collapse found deep in Quesnel Lake Read more...

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