Radio host getting locked up to raise funds for animal shelter

Kitties at the BCSPCA in Fort St. John are in for a treat next week. “What I’m going to do is get locked up with a bunch of cats next Friday and hopefully raise some money or some food or some pet supplies for the BCSPCA,” says radio host from ... Read more...

Peace Region faced with limited physician coverage

With the ongoing physician shortage in the peace region, some communities are in for an even greater challenge this month. As several of the region's doctors go on vacation, some health services will be operating under limited coverage. This month, the emergency department in Chetwynd will have limited coverage because ... Read more...

Volleyball making an “impact” in Dawson Creek

For the first time ever, an Impact Volleyball Camp was held in Dawson Creek this past weekend. It had been in Fort St. John the past few years, but moved to the Mile Zero City – and received a boost in numbers. Through the 5-day camp, volleyball players in the ... Read more...

North Peace Regional Airport granted government funding

The North Peace Regional Airport has received government funding that will go towards safety enhancements. The money will go towards the purchase of a second plow truck, to be used during the winter for removal of snow from runways, taxi ways and airside manoeuvering surfaces. With Fort St. John’s expected ... Read more...

Passing lane to be constructed north of Charlie Lake

The Provincial and Federal Governments announced yet another infrastructure project for the Peace Region; a southbound passing lane along Mile 58 of the Alaska Highway. The project will cost $4.5 million with construction beginning later this year. It's expected to be completed by fall of 2016. Bob Zimmer, Member of ... Read more...