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Backcountry is one of British Columbia’s largest hunting, fishing and outdoor supply stores. The Fort St. John area is home to some of the best hunting and fishing opportunities in North America and often referred to as “The Serengeti of the North”.

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Dawson Creek RCMP investigating ATM theft


‘Safe Stop’ Coordinator fighting to increase fines for failing to yield to a school bus

North Peace Leisure Pool

North Peace Leisure Pool to be closed for scheduled maintenance

One of BG Group Plc's LNG terminal.

Lax Kw’alaams First Nation ask to relocate LNG terminal – cite potential harm to salmon


Dry summer making its mark on crops

community mailbox

Community mailboxes for most residents of Fort St. John will be operating this fall


Trackers looking to build on last season’s success starting this weekend

The Dawson Creek RCMP detachment.

Dawson Creek RCMP reminding public about school zones


Dawson Creek RCMP searching for armed robbery suspect


Spectra Energy hoping to expand pipeline through the Peace River Region

hristy Clark at NLC Dawson Creek discussing LNG 1

“We’re still a paycheck to them.” – Local frustration grows as oil and gas industry problems aren’t addressed

Players were put through the paces at last year's training camp.

Huskies eager to get rolling with training camp starting this weekend

big brothers big sisters

September 2015 will be Big Brothers Big Sisters Month & United Way Month

Fort St. John Elks camp

Fort St. John Elks back on ice for first time to begin new season

Green Party Press

Green Party wants fracking to end after last week’s earthquake


Fort St. John welcomes new Deputy Fire Chief

Corner Start Something

Employment Opportunity – Mentoring Coordinator (Caseworker)


Local firefighters recognized for their service in Canada

Under 17 hockey logo

U17 hockey tickets to go on sale September 10

council debates early installation of ice during june 9 meeting

City Council will increase allowances for members and spouses


Province wants more permanent workers settling in the north

The Immaculata Hall addition when it first opened in 2012.

City to discuss permissive tax exemptions for qualified property

garrison landing construction

City turns down request for two-family homes and more street parking


North Peace Ride for the Disabled 5th Annual Dinner Theatre

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