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New Hotel for Terrace

The Sunshine Inn recently announced the acquisition of property in Terrace to build a new 100 unit hotel and executive suites. The Sunshine Inn and Executive Suites will be the 4th property in Northern BC after Burns Lake, Smithers and Houston. As one of the premier hotel chains in Northern BC, the expected start date for construction is the Spring of 2013. The property will be located on Hwy 16 between the Skeena Mall and […]

Gas War in the North

  There is a gas war in Burns Lake. There are a number of retailers that have decided to lower the gas price in order to compete with the Native gas station lcoated on the Lake Babine reserve. On Wednesday the price at the Chevron was 96.9 while Husky and Real Canadian Wholesale Club were 99.9. All stations have now a posted price of 99.9 whith othe local stations in Fraser Lake, Vanderhoof and Smithers […]

Annual General and Special Meeting Results

January 21, 2013Annual General and Special Meeting Results January 21, 2013 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: Bard Ventures Ltd. (the “Company” or “Bard”) is pleased to announce the results of the Company’s Annual General and Special Meeting held Monday, January 21, 2013. The shareholders of the Company elected Eugene Beukman, Emmet A, McGrath, James Miller-Tait, John B. Malysa and Robert Pryde as directors of the Company for the upcoming year. The Directors appointed the following […]

Site C Dam – Power vs Food

Site C Dam is currently in Stage 3 (out of 5) of the Environmental and Regulatory Review conducted by a joint Federal and Provincial Review. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office provides industry, Aboriginal groups, farmers and all levels of government and interested parties the opportunity to have a say in the process. It is estimated that the Site C footprint would remove 11,000 acres of agricultural land out […]

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