Flyers reign victorious to finish off 2014

The Fort St. John Flyers finished off 2014 with a pair of wins over the weekend; first over the Grande Prairie Athletics 5-0 on Friday, followed by a 4-2 victory over the Manning Comets on Saturday.  The first game had an unlikely last minute decision from head coach Gerard Dicaire ... Read more...

Fort St. John's latest athlete to break into the international scene

Fort St. John is well accustomed to world class athletes. Denny Morrison, Olympic speed skating medalist, is a prime example of the talent which arises from the Energetic City. But there's another athlete who's breaking into the international scene. 15 year old Bailey Haugan, a marathon runner, who most recently ... Read more...

Fort St John voted best city for work in BC

BC Business Magazine has ranked the Energetic City as the number one city for work in British Columbia. The online magazine ranked the top 36 cities for work in the province, and two Peace River cities made the cut. North Vancouver came in at second place, Coquitlam in third, and ... Read more...

Airports preparing for christmas rush

It’s the busiest time of year for airports, as travelers make their way throw crowded lines. Here in the Peace, travel agents are advising their cliental to be extra diligent during the busiest time of the year. Airlines suggest checking in for domestic flights at least 90 minutes before departure, ... Read more...

Top Administrator Leaving Dawson Creek Hospital

Dawson Creek’s Hospital is seeing some changes at the top: Health Services Administrator for the South Peace Region Jaret Clay is saying farewell. Clay, who is currently responsible for health services in the communities of Tumbler Ridge, Pouce Coupe and Dawson Creek, will step out of the position officially January ... Read more...