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The Wiggles & Giggles Group Daycare is located in Fort St. John at 9820 110 avenue.  We offer full time care for children between the ages of 1 and 5.  Call today and learn more about our group daycare.

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Fort St. John man sentenced for sexual assault

News Fort St. John RCMP have announced a local area counsellor, Michael Oren Anthony has been sentenced to 2 years of incarceration, 2 years of prohibition and a 10 year mandatory firearms prohibition after being found guilty of sexual assault....
by Adam Steinberg
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Documentary Night – The Northern Lights

BlogDocumentary Night: The Northern Lights August 15 at 7 pm at the FSJ Museum Have you ever stood spellbound by the Northern Lights? Come learn more about how the aurora borealis is perceived by First Nations and interpreted by scientists. This documentary lasts approximately 50 minutes. Free admission. Donations welcome....
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Dana Cranston and team Canada to begin FIVB Grand Prix schedule tonight

Sports Dana Cranston and her team Canada teammates are in Lima, Peru for the start of the 2014 FIVB World Grand Prix. They play their first of nine games tonight against Peru and all of the nine games will be broadcast on TV on Sportsnet....
by Chase Charney
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Dreher shoots even par 71 on round one of SEFCU Championship

Sports Kirby Dreher is in Albany, New York this weekend for the LPGA Symetra Tour's SEFCU Championship at Capital Hills. Dreher had an up and down opening round but finished strongly to shoot an even par 71....
by Chase Charney
Pamela Muriel Napoleon was last seen July 8, 2014.

RCMP seeks public’s help in locating missing woman

News Fort St. John RCMP is seeking the public’s help in locating a missing First Nation woman, last seen in the Blueberry River First Nations reserve on July 8. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Mayor Lori Ackerman says the city is running out of available land for development.

New residential neighbourhood seen as key aspect to boundary extension

News The city’s boundary extension open house saw a handful of business owners and community residents listening to Mayor Lori Ackerman, council members, and city staff explaining the rationale behind the extension and the process in which the municipality has taken. ...
by Adam Steinberg
B.C. Hydro and the Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union (COPE) local 378 have negotiated a new 5 year agreement.

B.C. Hydro and COPE ratify agreement

News  B.C. Hydro and the Canadian Office and Professional Employees Union (COPE) local 378 have ratified their agreement reached under the province's Economic Stability Mandate....
by Adam Steinberg
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Close call for a young lad during family camping trip

News A young boy is lucky to be alive after he narrowly avoided being crushed by his family car, which was accidentally put into drive by his sisters, while sleeping in a tent during a camping trip. ...
by Adam Steinberg
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Blain Cranston and team Alberta take second at NTCC U19 national tournament

Sports Blain Cranston of Fort St. John was on the team Alberta roster for the under 19 National Team Challenge Cup. Cranston and his teammates had a strong showing at the tournament as they made it to the final before losing to Ontario in three games....
by Chase Charney
A Dawson Creek man is recovering in hospital after surviving a stroke for 7 days by drinking water out of a toilet bowl.

Dawson Creek resident survives stroke by drinking toilet water for 7 days: CBC News

News A resident of Dawson Creek was recently interviewed by the CBC about his experience of surviving a stroke, stuck in the washroom and living off of nothing but toilet water, hoping the story “will help other avoid a similar situation.”...
by Adam Steinberg
The preliminary site design for the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island in Port Edward. A Malaysian energy company wants assurance of tax reliefs before building an export terminal.

Petronas seeks billion from federal government in LNG tax relief: The National Post

News Malaysia’s Petroliam Nasional Bhd, a consortium led by state-run Petronas, is hoping the federal government will allocate billions in tax relief in exchange for opening new market for Canadian natural gas on B.C. export terminals, according to the National Post....
by Adam Steinberg
RCMP says Douglas Remenda no longer has a mustache.

RCMP looking for missing Fort St. John male

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News Fort St. John RCMP is asking for the public’s help in locating a patient from the Fort St. John Hospital....
by Adam Steinberg
The 2015 Winter Games, being hosted in Prince George, are currently looking for torchbearers.

The 2015 Canada Winter Games are looking for torchbearers

News The 2015 Canada Winter Games are now accepting nominations for those wanting to become an official torchbearer....
by Adam Steinberg
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Jake Lane takes 2014 Boston Pizza Junior Open

Sports Up and coming golfers took part in the Boston Pizza Junior Open on Thursday at the Lakepoint Golf and Country Club. After all the scorecards were handed in, Jake Lane took the top spot.    ...
by Chase Charney
The Canfor Taylor mill received $13 million from the province to encourage investment in energy-efficient equipment and plant upgrades.

Energy efficiency investments reduce costs at Canfor Taylor mill

News The Government of B.C. has announced a new Power Smart program for thermal mechanical pulp producers to help reduce production electricity costs at the Canfor Taylor mill. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Minister of Natural Gas Development, Rich Coleman helped to get the MOU off the ground.

British Columbia and China strengthen ties to natural gas future

News The Government of British Columbia and the National Energy Administration of the People's Republic of China signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) today to strengthen energy trade and investment.  ...
by Adam Steinberg
The Mount McAllister wildfire has reduced in size but is not yet dead.

An update on the Mount McAllister and Red Deer Creek wildfire

News While the aggressive behaviour of the Mount McAllister wildfire has remained minimal, the coals that have been produced are still extremely hot, presenting the potential of reigniting the fire if the weather takes another hot and dry turn. ...
by Adam Steinberg
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Fort St. John man sentenced for sexual assault

News Fort St. John RCMP have announced a local area counsellor, Michael Oren Anthony has been sentenced to 2 years of incarceration, 2 years of prohibition and a 10 year mandatory firearms prohibition after being found guilty of sexual assault....
by Adam Steinberg
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Tiny dog trio needs public’s help for a chance at better lives

News North Peace SPCA staff says they hope the public can help a trio of tiny dogs have a new lease on life. ...
by Adam Steinberg
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