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Firefighters working to extinguish the flames.

Fire destroys Robin Donuts, deemed suspicious

News The Northern Rockies RCMP is continuing their investigation into a suspicious fire which resulted in the complete destruction of Robin Donuts in Fort Nelson during the early hours of Tuesday morning....
by Adam Steinberg
the fire triangle where you need a fuel, heat and oxygen to create fire is one of the demonstrations you can expect to see.

Engaging in energy literacy, Science World coming to Fort St. John

News Science World B.C. is coming to Fort St. John for a two-day stint as they prepare to engage the community in science and energy seminars, with a particular focus on LNG....
by Adam Steinberg
Mental Health support-line

Northern Health partners with other health authorities in providing psychosis support

News A new website has been developed by regional health authorities, including Northern Health, as part of a provincial effort of bringing together services and tools to help families and youths experiencing psychosis access to early assessment and treatment....
by Adam Steinberg
City Hall

A list of candidate forums amid the 2014 municipal election

News There are a few candidate forums that voters in the Peace region may be interested in making note of before election day on November 15....
by Adam Steinberg
The Fort St. John Huskies and North Peace Navigators will meet for the third time this season tonight in Peace River.

Huskies still aiming for full 60 minute game heading into challenging weekend

Sports The Fort St. John Huskies have struggled to find the consistency needed to be a top team in the North West Junior Hockey League so far this season. The season has been a mixed bag of sorts as indicated by the team's 3-3 record, and the coaching staff is hoping to see the team put in their first 60 minute effort this weekend....
by Chase Charney
Northern Lights College in Fort St. John.

Northern Lights College to hold donor appreciation night November 21

News Northern Lights College will be holding a donor appreciation evening on November 21. The event will be held from 5-7 p.m. and will recognize significant financial donations by companies, groups, and individuals in support of the college....
by Chase Charney
North Peace Leisure Pool

Leisure pool and waterslide re-open, tot pool remains closed

News The repairs on the leisure pool and waterslide are now completed and will reopen to the public tomorrow....
by Adam Steinberg
Firefighters working to extinguish the flames.

Fire destroys Robin Donuts, deemed suspicious

News The Northern Rockies RCMP is continuing their investigation into a suspicious fire which resulted in the complete destruction of Robin Donuts in Fort Nelson during the early hours of Tuesday morning....
by Adam Steinberg
An RCMP vehicle and police tape around the entrance of  St. Martin’s Anglican Church.

Male found dead at St. Martin’s Anglican Church on 100 Street

News The Fort St. John RCMP says they responded to a “man down” this morning at the St. Martin’s Anglican Church on 100th Street....
by Adam Steinberg
MLA Herbert during the second reading of his proposed amendments inside the Legislature.

NDP wants changes made to Carbon Tax and emission limits

News NDP MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert is proposing an amendment to Bill No. 2, which governs the Greenhouse Gas Industrial Reporting and Control Act....
by Adam Steinberg
trackers group

Trackers look to close in on second place in Saturday tilt

Sports Off to a 4-2 start early on in the Northern Alberta Midget Hockey League season, the N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers will try to close in on second place in the Bear Slashing Division with a game on Saturday afternoon. The team will be in Peace River for a game against the Royals, who currently occupy first place in the division....
by Chase Charney
Flyers

Senior Flyers to open regular season tomorrow night

Sports The Fort St. John Senior Flyers will drop the puck on their North Peace Hockey League season tomorrow night. The team will be in Falher and will be looking to build off of a solid pre-season which saw them go 3-0....
by Chase Charney
An RCMP vehicle and police tape around the entrance of  St. Martin’s Anglican Church.

Police perimeter on 100 Street

News Police have set up a perimeter around the St. Martin’s Anglican Church on 100 Street....
by Adam Steinberg
B.C.'s auditor general, Carol Bellringer

The Vancouver Sun: Provincial auditor general displeased with oil, gas incentives

News The Vancouver Sun is reporting the provincial auditor general says doing business with the oil and gas industry has cost the province's coffers about $1.25 billion in royalties over about five years, and adds last year alone, that figure hit $587 million....
by Adam Steinberg

SIMON KING

BlogOn November 20th from 7:00 pm until 11:00 pm the “opinionated and strong willed; Simon who is known for his aggressive performance style, lightening wit and decidedly edgy subject matter will be performing! His unflinching, dynamic and head on approach to stand up has garnered him considerable attention throughout the...
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Dawson Creek Toy Drive!

BlogCome on down to the Co-op Mall and help United Way with donations to your local community on November 20th until November 21! They are seeking packaged toys for ages 0-18 this year. These toys will be donated to the Salvation Army and they will be putting the toy hampers...
by moosefm

Country Christmas Craft & Gift Sale

BlogFine arts & crafts by many local artists and artisans and wonderful gift products will be sold on November 16th from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm at the Rose Prairie Community Curling Centre. Lunch and refreshments available as well as Christmas baking will be served. Come out and enjoy an...
by moosefm
RCMP Vehicle

Investigators trying to determine motive for shooting in residential home

News The Northern Rockies RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in gathering evidence against a suspect alleged to have shot a man in his home....
by Adam Steinberg
KOC Flyers

Knights of Columbus Flyers to play double header against Thunder

Sports The Fort St. John Knights of Columbus Flyers will be on home ice Saturday and Sunday as they take part in a double header against the Big Lakes Thunder. The Flyers will be looking to rebound from a difficult stretch last weekend that saw the team lose three straight....
by Chase Charney
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