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8/31/2014

Registration opens for childcare support after talks break down in teachers' strike

Education Minister Peter Fassbender addressed the media this afternoon after talks broke down between the BC Teachers Federation and the Province which had caused mediator Vince Ready to walk away. Ready says the two sides are still too far apart on everything including class size, benefits and wages. Fassbender says ... Read more...
8/29/2014

FSJ food bank receives a delicious gift from NEAT

The Northern Environmental Action Team's first day of "Community Canning" took place last Saturday. More than 100 jars of fresh apple sauce, jams and other delicious foods were canned and shipped out to the Fort St. John food bank. "As an organization, we really believe in community sustainability," said NEAT ... Read more...
8/29/2014

Tournament of Hope raises $7600 for child battling Leukemia

The 8th Annual Allen Lafluer "Tournament of Hope" swung through the Taylor ball diamonds last weekend. This year, 26 teams hit the fields, looking to clean up in their respective divisions, and raise money to help a child battling Leukemia. "This year's fundraiser goes towards the travel and medical needs ... Read more...
8/29/2014

Skid steers being targeted by thieves in Fort St. John

After the third skid steer has been reported stolen in the past three weeks the Fort St. John RCMP are allerting buisness owners and constrution companies to make sure equipment is locked up. At approximately 2:20 am on Tuesday August 26th a  yellow and black John Deere skid steer, model ... Read more...
8/29/2014

North Peace Pool closing for a month

The North Peace Leisure Pool will be closed to the public from  August 30, to September 28, 2014 while tile work is done, repairs are made to damaged areas, paint is rolled on and maintenanceis carried out on the filtration and air handling systems. It will reopen Monday September 29, 2014 with ... Read more...