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Mining Updates

October has been a busy month for BC mining. Here we give you a quick run down of what’s been happening.

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The SkeenaWild Film & Photo Festival is coming to Terrace!

SkeenaWild is thrilled to host the 12th annual Film & Photo Festival
in Terrace on November 18, 2023, at Sherwood.

You can find the list of finalists, tickets and information on the event on this page. After the November 18 event, the link to vote for your favourite films and photos will open.

The SWFF celebrates original short films, features, youth films, and photographs submitted by Northern B.C. residents and people from around the world who love exploring this incredible melting pot of stories, visions and perspectives that shines a light on the wonder of the Skeena Watershed.

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