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2/27/2017

First ever international speed skating event coming to Fort St. John

City crews in Fort St. John are busy preparing the ice at the oval in the Pomeroy Sport Centre as the city gets set to host its first ever international speed skating competition. The 26th Masters’ International Allround Games speed skating competition is coming to the Peace Region from ... Read more...
2/27/2017

City of Fort St John looks to honour community's volunteers

The City of Fort St John is looking to honour volunteers in the community.   Nominations are open for the 2017 Community Awards, held to recognize people who give their time to make the city a better place. There are 6 categories of awards, for people who the city says ... Read more...
2/24/2017

Local businessman Bob Fedderly officially launches election campaign as independent

Independent Candidate for Peace River North Bob Fedderly has officially entered the race. Fedderly confirmed to CJDC TV that he was running 2 weeks ago, but held his official campaign launch in Fort St John on Thursday, February 23, at Whole Wheat & Honey. He says his campaign is all about giving ... Read more...
2/24/2017

Christian Life School holds chili-based fundraiser

Fort St John’s Christian Life School offered a winter-time favourite to the public through a unique fundraiser.   The school had their annual chili cook-off last night, in an effort to raise money for their high school mission trip. But more than that, the cook-off is seen as a great ... Read more...
2/23/2017

City of Fort St John asks public to report potholes

Fort St John’s road crews are trying to get the word out about the city’s potholes. With the recent warm stretch, ice on the roads melted, and water got into the pavement. Then, when the weather got cold again, the water re-froze, forming cracks in the roads. Road crews say ... Read more...
2/23/2017

Prince George RCMP look for former Fort St John resident

Prince George RCMP are looking for a former Fort St. John resident. On February 2, RCMP received a tip that 40-year-old Christopher Denis Clarke hadn't spoken to his loved ones or been seen since December 2016. Clarke formerly lived in Fort St. John, and may have travelled to Vancouver. Clarke is described ... Read more...
2/22/2017

Local Liberal MLA Candidate reacts to provincial budget

Local BC Liberal MLA Candidate Dan Davies says the theme of this year’s Provincial Budget is to build jobs, strengthen the economy and help BC small businesses grow. With a total $13.7 billion to be invested in infrastructure, transportation, education and healthcare, Davies says the budget could create up to ... Read more...
2/21/2017

Prince George RCMP is looking for suspect wanted on Canada Wide Warrant

Prince George RCMP is asking for the public's assistance in locating a suspect, whose file began in Chetwynd, and is now wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant. 34-year old Robert Alan Edward Clarke is wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant for charges including attempt murder, weapons offences, assault and kidnapping. ... Read more...
2/21/2017

Council reviews budget in public meeting

Fort St John City Council is close to approving their annual budget.   Council held a public meeting on Monday, February 20, where the budget was presented. One of the highlights of the budget is that the city kept their tax rate the same, in order to give residents a break. ... Read more...
2/20/2017

District of Taylor asks province to kill PST on energy

The District of Taylor along with 7 other municipalities is hoping for some good news from tomorrow’s provincial budget. The municipalities have sent a letter Premier Christy Clark asking her government to remove the Provincial Sales Tax charged on electricity to businesses. The municipalities are home to pulp mills which ... Read more...