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386 people estimated to be without power in Fort St. John

News B.C. Hydro is reporting a small power outage in Fort St. John. 386 people are estimated to be effected in the outage that runs from south of Road 246, west of Road 145, and east of Road 275....
by Chase Charney
RCMP Vehicle

RCMP to patrol school zones as classes resume

News Fort St. John RCMP is reminding the public to be aware of the presence of children as classes are scheduled to resume next week. Police stress that it's important not only to obey the speed limits in school areas, but to be cautious in other areas as well....
by Chase Charney
School District 60 announces the commencement of school on Monday.

What you need to know before heading back to school on Monday

Updated 32 minutes 54 seconds ago.

News Both Superintendents from School District 59 and 60 have released statements amid teachers and parents preparing to send students back into the classroom....
by Adam Steinberg

386 people estimated to be without power in Fort St. John

News B.C. Hydro is reporting a small power outage in Fort St. John. 386 people are estimated to be effected in the outage that runs from south of Road 246, west of Road 145, and east of Road 275....
by Chase Charney
MLA Pat Pimm explains the purpose of the project is also to address the increasing large flow of 18-wheelers on the Alaska Highway.

Northbound passing lane at Mile 63 of the Alaska Highway

News The Peace region has received a $3 million investment from the provincial government, which is going towards a new two-kilometre long passing lane on the Alaska Highway at Mile 63 in an effort to “increase safety and support economic growth.”...
by Adam Steinberg
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Fort St. John RCMP recommend charges after discovering mutilated cat

News In another case of animal cruelty, Fort St. John RCMP arrested two men in early September after a mutilated cat was found on a resident’s front porch....
by Adam Steinberg

Guess Who’s Back?? Rocky’s Back at the LIDO Theatre October 10, 2014!

BlogBrought to you by VE Brandl Ltd, Safety First Professional Driver Training Ltd., & Kamoto Consulting Ltd. The North Peace Justice Society and the Restorative Justice Program are pleased to announce the 5th Annual Rocky Horror Picture Show Fundraiser!! Come out, put on your best underwear and freaky makeup, or dress...
by North Peace Justice Society

Chances Charity Poker Tournament – SATURDAY

BlogThe Chances Charity Poker is happening this Saturday @ 7pm! All proceeds are for the Fort St. John Hospital Foundation Hurry and secure your seat at Chances – Max 100 players!
by fsjhospitalfoundation
More than 120 people joined in a rally against the Site C dam earlier this year in Fort St. John.

The Vancouver Sun: First Nation chiefs head to Ottawa in opposition of Site C

News The Vancouver Sun is reporting on an organization compiled of First Nation chiefs who plan to visit Ottawa next week in an effort to convince the Harper Conservatives to dismiss B.C. Hydro’s proposed $8-billion hydroelectric project....
by Adam Steinberg
A community member voices her concerns and opinions during the Concerned Citizens for Health Care open house forum.

Strong opinions voiced during Concerned Citizens for Health Care open house forum

News Hundreds of Fort St. John residents filled the Seniors Hall last night during the Concerned Citizens for Health Care open house forum, many of whom took the opportunity to voice their disapproval of its current state and the means in which its being addressed....
by Adam Steinberg
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Teachers ratify contract; most schools to open on Monday

News B.C.'s public school teachers have ratified a hard-bargained six-year contract, ending a bitter months-long strike and allowing the start of the school year for half a million students....
by Canadian Press
Celtic Thunder at the Encana Events Centre in Dawson Creek.

Celtic Thunder to return to Dawson Creek in March

Arts & Culture Celtic Thunder will be back in Dawson Creek on March 15 of next year for their "The Very Best of Celtic Thunder Tour". The band is returning after a successful show in 2013 and will feature material from their CDs, DVDs, tours, and television specials....
by Chase Charney

Outlander: Book vs. TV

BlogOn October 16th at the Fort St John Public Library they will be holding a book vs TV show discussion. Outlander season one is going on hiatus until 2015! Discuss how the TV show stood up to your vision of the books…or, if you’re a purist, just discuss the books! Come...
by moosefm

New resources coming to Fort St. John Library

News Two new resources are coming to the Fort St. John Public Library for use starting next week. The library will be adding a children's multi-lingual collection, and children's early learning iPad station....
by Chase Charney

Bottle Drive

BlogFort St John army cadets will be holding a bottle drive, so any extra bottles or cans please bring them to the Legion or call 250-262-7850 for more information!
by moosefm
Cranston Women's National Volleyball Team

Cranston, Team Canada to take part in World Championship

Sports The Canadian women's volleyball team including Dana Cranston of Fort St. John will be taking part in the 17th FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship in Italy. The team will begin play with a game against Cameroon this coming Tuesday....
by Chase Charney
Businesses in the District of Taylor are one of many who'll be included in a new Business Retention and Expansion program.

North Peace Economic Development Commission to launch a regional Business Retention and Expansion

News The North Peace Economic Development Commission (NPEDC) is announcing that they will be launching a regional Business Retention and Expansion program for the District of Hudson’s Hope, District of Taylor, and Areas B & C in the Peace River Regional District in order to gain a better understanding of the North Peace Region....
by Adam Steinberg
The School District 60 board office.

School District 60 responds to potential end of teachers’ strike

News The following is a written message from the Superintendent of School District 60, Dave Sloan in regard to the possibility of the school session starting up again on Monday. ...
by Adam Steinberg
From right to left: (Standing) President Rosemary Landry, Director Anita Anderson, Director Margaret May, Director Tanya Shymko, (Sitting) Secretary Connie Surerus, Vice President Megan Singh, Treasurer Connie Desfosses, and Communications Director Sue Popesku  at the Arts Council's AGM.

Arts Council officially votes in new members

News The Fort St. John Arts Council are welcoming four new board members after voting them in at the most recent Annual General Meeting held at the Artspot....
by Adam Steinberg
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