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Petronas, a major energy company, has become weary of B.C.'s LNG market.

The Financial Post: Petronas threatens to drop out of B.C.’s LNG race

News The Financial Post is reporting Malaysian-owned Petronas, the company that bought Progress Energy in 2012 in a deal worth $5 billion, says they've yet to make a final investment decision on an LNG terminal in northeast B.C., and will only do so when the province releases their anticipated tax law....
by Adam Steinberg
Duncan Wilson and Brad Stewart will be taking part in Fivestar Fight League's Vindicated in Fort St. John on October 3.

Vindicated only four days away

Sports Fivestar Fight League's second fight card in Fort St. John is only four days away. 12 fights are on the card for the event at the Fort St. John Curling Club on Friday night, and the event is being headlined by a middleweight title fight between Brad Stewart and challenger Brendan Kornberger....
by Chase Charney
Chris Boswell of Fort St. John has not been seen by his family since Friday September 19, 2014.

Fort St. John RCMP seeks public’s help in locating missing man

News Fort St. John RCMP is searching for a local missing resident after his family discovered early Friday morning that he had not come home the night before....
by Adam Steinberg
Bradly Kowalczyk died while in police custody.

Former Taylor resident dies in police custody

News Former Taylor resident Bradly Kowalczyk, previously wanted by Three Hills RCMP on a variety of fraud charges, has died while in police custody....
by Adam Steinberg

Team Canada volleyball finishes in fifth place in pool B

Sports Dana Cranston and her Team Canada teammates closed out their appearance at the Women's World Volleyball Championship in Italy with two games on the weekend. Unfortunately for the squad they dropped both of their games as they took on Serbia and Bulgaria....
by Chase Charney
KOC Flyers

Knights of Columbus Flyers begin season with draw against Grande Prairie

Sports The Fort St. John Knights of Columbus Flyers took part in their first game of the regular season against the Grande Prairie Knights. The game was closely contested throughout and finished in a 3-3 tie....
by Chase Charney
'Take Back the Night March' in Fort St. John is a partnership between the Women's Resource Society and the Peace Project.

Take back the night with the FSJ Women’s Resource Society

News The Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society is preparing for yet another ‘Take Back the Night March’ in an effort to raise awareness and reduce violence against, women, children, and even the men of the Peace....
by Adam Steinberg

PVEA – BC Rivers’ Day Small Boat Race

BlogThe Greatest Little Boat Race – Results:  The banks of the Peace at Bear Flats witnessed the third annual Small Boat Race on Sunday.  Organised by the Peace Valley Environment Association to help celebrate BC Rivers’ Day, the event saw seventy sponsored boats compete for the king of the river. ...
Bob Zimmer

MP Bob Zimmer: The Conservative’s stance on violence against women

News The following is a report released today by MP of Peace River - Prince George Bob Zimmer, in which he discusses the federal government's position on missing and murdered Aboriginal women, what the government is doing to address the issue, and how he sees the government moving forward in the future....
by Adam Steinberg
City Hall

City host information session before council nominations begin

News The City of Fort St. John is hosting an information session amid the upcoming municipal elections for those who may be considering running for a seat on council chambers....
by Adam Steinberg

Walking Challenge

BlogFrom September 29 until November 9, at the Northern Vac Track the Pomeroy Sport Centre wants you to start the fall season with a great workout! This walking challenge will start in Fort St. John and travel across the nation crossing by Edmonton, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, Ottawa, Quebec, Labrador and...
by moosefm
trackers group

Trackers start season on a positive note with two wins

Sports The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were in Slave Lake over the weekend for two games to open their season. The Trackers came away with four points to show for their efforts after taking wins by scores of 5-3, and 7-4....
by Chase Charney
The lap pool remains open to the public amid maintenance on the heating system.

Leisure pool and water slides closed for maintenance

News The City of Fort St. John says the leisure pool and water slides are closed at the North Peace Leisure Pool as a result of technical problems with the water heating system....
by Adam Steinberg
The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline faces new challenges.

Two new challenges threaten proposed pipelines

News The Gitxaala First Nation has confirmed the Federal Court of Appeal has agreed to hear its legal challenge of the Northern Gateway project, and meanwhile, the Kinder Morgan pipeline may be subject to a new federal review....
by Adam Steinberg
Encana chief executive Doug Suttles says the company is delivering early on its promises for 2017.

CBC News Buisness: Encana purchases Athlon in major deal

News CBC News Buisness is reporting that for just over $7 billion dollars, Encana Corporation has made a deal with Texas-based Athlon Energy to take over the company....
by Adam Steinberg

Oktoberfest is coming to Fort St. John

Moose FM It's time to have some fun and celebrate the best in BEER with Oktoberfest. Moose FM & the Quality Inn, present the first annual Oktoberfest in Fort St. John on Friday October 24, 2014. Join us for an evening of fun with traditional german food, beer, live music, beer, comedians and beer....
by Adam Reaburn

Large house fire outside of Fort St. John

News UPDATE:  This fire was a training session for the Charlie Lake Fire Department. Fire crews from the Charlie Lake Fire Department are on the scene of a large house fire just outside of Fort St. John.  The home is completely engulfed in flames and will be destroyed.  It looks as though fire fighters are going to have to watch the home burn to the ground due to the intensity of the fire....
by Adam Reaburn
Huskies Flyers 2014

Huskies struggle in season opener against Flyers

Sports The Fort St. John Huskies began their 2014-15 NWJHL season last night in Fairview and it wasn't the start to the season they were hoping for. The Huskies struggled in their own zone throughout the night and Fairview capitalized to win a high scoring affair 8-5....
by Chase Charney
Chief Liz Logan discusses the potential impacts of Site C with an APTN reporter after her meeting in Ottawa.

APTN: First Nations respond to meeting with federal ministers in Ottawa

News Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN) is reporting on the result of First Nations chiefs’ trip to Ottawa in their attempt to convince the federal government to call off the $8 billion Site C project....
by Adam Steinberg
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