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3/5/2015

CFL Stars get personal about violence against women

Two BC Lions football players spoke to students in Fort St John Thursday morning about standing up to violence against women. Rolly Lumbala and Matt McGarva spoke from personal experience about why they are committed to be a part of the Be More than A Bystander Campaign. For Lumbala, a ... Read more...
3/5/2015

Dawson Creek Dangerous Goods Route Addressed by RBS Bulk Systems Inc.

The Dangerous Goods Route surrounding the perimeter of Dawson Creek was tabled at the city’s latest council meeting. A bulk transportation service known as RBS Bulk Systems Inc. approached council on the risky conditions their drivers face when using the Dangerous Goods Route, calling the Westside of Rolla Road in particular ... Read more...
3/5/2015

Spring Break Camp open for registration

Spring Break is right around the corner and for some Peace Region students, that mean’s two weeks with no school. For parents looking for fun activities for their kids, the city of Fort St John’s Spring Break Camp schedule has been released. In the first week, children from the age ... Read more...
3/5/2015

Study says almost a third of Canadians spend their savings to splurge

You may not be saving as much as you think. Almost a third of Canadians regularly use their savings to splurge. This is according to a new study done by Tangerine. They found that only twenty-five percent of Canadians identify themselves as Supreme Savers whereas thirty-one percent spend their savings on ... Read more...
3/5/2015

NWJHL gives out season awards

Only three teams feature in the 2014-15 NWJHL individual awards. Corey Wamsteeker is the big winner, being named the Most Valuable Player. The 21-year old tore it up to say the least  -netting 43 goals and adding 46 assists (89 points) in only 28 games. Doug Morris averaged the same ... Read more...