Tulani Ackerman arrives in Victoria, a wlidfire starts south of Houston and a former resident of Haida Gwaii moves into the Federal cabinet, some of the items of note for Thursday's news files.
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Prince Rupert teacher completes province wide journey-- Tulani Ackerman's StEps for Students tour of British Columbia has come to an end as the Prince Rupert teacher arrived at the Legislature in Victoria (see article here) (Sahar Nassimdoost's video report for CFTK can be viewed here)
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Challenging New Wildfire near Houston- While some cooler and rainy weather may have offered some relief from wildfires in the province, lightning sparked a fire 40 kilometres southwest of Houston on Thursday (see article here)
North-end TV to improve dramatically -- Haida Gwaii residents in Masset and Old Masset are about to a whole new look at television in the near future as their MHTV service gains an upgrade (see article here)
Former Port resident now Indian Affairs minister-- A former resident of Haida Gwaii has been promoted to the higher ranks of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's cabinet with the announcement that Vancouver Island North MP John Duncan is the new Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (see article here)
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