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7/22/2016

"Culture of unlawfulness" surrounds Site C, says Sierra Club lawyer

Site C is facing yet another legal challenge.   The Sierra Club has filed a petition for judicial review in B.C. Supreme Court after BC Hydro relocated amphibians from their habitat near the Site C dam in May.   BC Hydro didn't have the necessary permit to do so, but ... Read more...
7/22/2016

Economic downturn puts strain on Fort St. John women's centre

The economic downturn in the region has meant extra strain on those who provide services and care for underprivileged residents.   The Women's Resource Centre in Fort St. John felt that strain on Wednesday, when their food shelves were completely emptied within 15 minutes of being open.   Wednesday is ... Read more...
7/22/2016

Reward offered for information on Totem Mall vandalism

A Fort St John City Councillor has offered a reward for information on a local vandal.   Overnight on Wednesday, an unknown person cut down the trees lining Totem Mall’s driveway. The mall removed the trees, but not before Trevor Bolin took pictures and posted them to Facebook, offering a ... Read more...
7/21/2016

North Peace Museum to conduct tour of Fort St John Cemetery

Fort St John residents have a chance to learn about the city’s history through a unique tour.   The North Peace Museum is putting on a tour of the city’s cemetery Friday evening, starting at 7 p.m. The tour tells the stories of 20 people in Fort St John’s history, ... Read more...
7/20/2016

Mock oil spill exercise in Taylor

You might have seen a lot of boaters and equipment in the Peace River while driving through Taylor this afternoon as an oil spill mock exercise was taking place.  Western Canadian Spill Services was hosting their annual practice session for oil and gas workers to learn how to cope ... Read more...