Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce - In Business for Business

Phone: (250) 785-6037
Email: info@fsjchamber.com
Website: Chamber Website

The Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce has been in business since 1952 serving the needs of our member businesses with support, incentives, benefits and the representation needed to make their enterprises grow.

Erin MOSES

Grande Prairie RCMP trying to locate missing 29 year old female

News Grande Prairie RCMP is asking the public for assistance in locating a 29 year old female. Erin Leslie-Marie Moses was last seen at the end of August and was reported missing by family to police yesterday....
by Chase Charney
Courts

No criminal charges for 11 year old accused of killing 12 year old

News The death of a 12 year old girl killed in a car crash involving an 11 year old driver in Northeast B.C. will not result in any charges....
by Adam Steinberg
One of the completed legacy table at the The Fort St. John Legion.

Legacy Table at Legion looking for more sponsorship

News The Fort St. John Legion says they have three tables open for new sponsors as part of their Legacy Table Project, the latest tribute to veterans....
by Adam Steinberg
The preliminary site design for the proposed Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island in Port Edward.

B.C. LNG Alliance stand on province’s GHG legislation

News The President of the B.C. LNG Alliance, David Keane says the province’s tabled GHG legislation is a good start in the right direction, but more needs to be done in order to secure a healthy balance between environmental responsibility for the province and economic security for the proponents....
by Adam Steinberg
District of Hudson's Hope

Mayor of Hudson’s Hope request Site C stop work order

News Mayor of Hudson’s Hope, Gwen Johansson has now called on Premier Christy Clark to order B.C. Hydro to stop work on the proposed Site C Dam pending a final investment decision by the Provincial Cabinet. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Stock photo of a grizzly bear.

New details regarding fatal bear attack near Alaska Highway community

News More information is being revealed in regard to the fatal weekend bear attack just across the B.C. - Yukon border near Johnson’s Crossing. ...
by Adam Steinberg
A conceptual design of the potential indoor playground slated for the City of Fort St. John.

The North Peace Family Superpark enters round two of community fund competition

News The North Peace Family Superpark has made it into round two of Aviva Insurance’s Community Fund competition in an effort to accumulate funds for a new indoor park....
by Adam Steinberg
Erin MOSES

Grande Prairie RCMP trying to locate missing 29 year old female

News Grande Prairie RCMP is asking the public for assistance in locating a 29 year old female. Erin Leslie-Marie Moses was last seen at the end of August and was reported missing by family to police yesterday....
by Chase Charney
RCMP Vehicle

The Morning Star: Fort St. John local arrested and charged in Vernon

News The Morning Star is reporting the Vernon RCMP arrested a Fort St. John resident over the weekend on variety of charges, including allegations of drunk driving and illegal firearm offences....
by Adam Steinberg
The new Waste App for the City of Dawson Creek.

Dawson Creek unveils new Waste App

News The City of Dawson Creek is announcing the release of a custom Waste App for their residents.  ...
by Adam Steinberg
A rendering of Chevron and Apache's Kitimat LNG site.

Province outlines goals in effort to have world’s cleanest LNG facilities

News The provincial government is introducing a new legislation that they say “ensures British Columbia will have the cleanest liquefied natural gas facilities in the world.”...
by Adam Steinberg
Peace Valley OSB stock photo

Meeting to discuss Peace Valley OSB’s request for MDI approval

News Members of the Fort St. John community and surrounding areas are invited to attend a special meeting in an effort to become educated about LP Peace Valley OSB’s pursuit to get approval from the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) for the use of Methylene Dephenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) in their factory....
by Adam Steinberg
Flyers

Senior Flyers sweep weekend exhibition games with Fort Nelson

Sports The second exhibition game between the Fort St. John Flyers and Fort Nelson Yeti went down to the wire yesterday afternoon at the North Peace Arena. The Yeti tied the game late in the third, but Adam Horst netted the winner just eight seconds into overtime....
by Chase Charney
Petronas, a major energy company, continues to be weary of B.C.'s LNG market.

The Globe and Mail: Petronas LNG stuck in limbo

News A story in the Sunday edition of the Globe and Mail indicates the Pacific Northwest LNG project of the Malaysian Energy Company, Petronas is the subject of a stalled federal environmental review....
by Adam Steinberg
trackers group

Trackers fall 5-2 to Grande Prairie

Sports The N.E. B.C. and Yukon Trackers were in Grande Prairie on Saturday for a tilt against the Storm on Saturday night. The Trackers opened the scoring in the game but it wasn't enough to carry them through as they fell 5-2....
by Chase Charney
North Peace Cultural Centre

Blues artist, Ray Bonneville coming to the North Peace Cultural Centre

News The first to play is what the North Peace Cultural Centre is calling ‘a special onstage series’ is Ray Bonneville, a blues musician the centre describes as a ‘world-class guitarist, harmonica player and hard-hitting songwriter.’...
by Adam Steinberg
MacLean Flyers

Ross H. MacLean Flyers dominate in weekend games

Sports After opening their season with an 12-0 thrashing of Dawson Creek last week, the Fort St. John Ross H. MacLean Flyers kept the pedal to the medal in their two games over the weekend against Whitecourt. The Flyers took both games by scores of 7-1, and 6-1....
by Chase Charney
The Russian vessel has arrived on the Price Rupert harbour.

Stranded Russian tanker sparks new environmental debate

News The search and rescue operation is over for the Russian vessel, and now the debate begins over how the incident unfolded and what it says about the future....
by Adam Steinberg
Stock RCMP Investigation

Woman dies after bear attack near Alaska Highway community

News A Yukon woman is dead following an incident with a bear near Teslin, just across the B.C. border on the Alaska Highway, southeast of Whitehorse. ...
by Adam Steinberg
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