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5/27/2016

Fort St. John Canada Day applications available

 Canada's 149th birthday is coming up and Fort St. John is preparing to celebrate. The city is gearing up for the big day and now has parade and volunteer applications available for anyone who is interested in joining in at the annual festivity. Recreation Programmer Marissa Jordan says last ... Read more...
5/27/2016

Fort St. John RCMP release 2015 year-end crime report

Bill Rector is a little more skeptical while working at his Pawn shop in Fort St. John after being attacked during a robbery last year. “I was sitting down at my desk and he came over and bear sprayed me in the face and he stole my jewelry case.” About ... Read more...
5/27/2016

If you've missed the Northern Health Child Health consultation in your area - you can still give your feedback online

Northern Health is making it’s way across the region, holding a series of consultations focused on child health. On Thursday Dawson Creek residents had their chance to learn more about the Chief Medical Officer's Child Health Report. It was also a time for anyone interested to share their own experiences. ... Read more...
5/27/2016

Fort St John residents to shave their heads in the fight against cancer

Dozens of Fort St John residents are preparing to shave their heads in support of the fight against cancer.   The Hospital Foundation is hosting Bluey Day tomorrow between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the ambulance station, with the goal of raising $100,000 for cancer treatment equipment. Gord Klassen, executive ... Read more...
5/27/2016

The PRRD set a new record - but it's not one they want to beat anytime soon

The Peace River Regional District has a new record in the books - but it's one they don't want to beat anytime soon. In the past month, between declarations, alerts, orders, and revisions, the PRRD has issued a total of 47 notices regarding wildfires. On Thursday the BC Wildfire Service ... Read more...