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The boxed area indicates the location in which an area restriction has been issued.

Area restrictions in place for Mount McAllister fire

News The Prince George Fire Centre has issued an area restriction for the forested area around the Mount McAllister fire located 56 kilometres northwest of Chetwynd, effective immediately. ...
by Adam Steinberg

Fort St. John Fire Truck Pull

BlogTo mark the kick-off to the 2014 United Way Campaign your team will play tug of war against a 30,000 lbs Fire Truck! Saturday September 20th 2014. Pancake Breakfast at 10:30 am/start at 11:00 am. Pomeroy Sports Centre, 9324 96 st, Fort St John. Awards will be given out for...
by moosefm
The boxed area indicates the location in which an area restriction has been issued.

Area restrictions in place for Mount McAllister fire

News The Prince George Fire Centre has issued an area restriction for the forested area around the Mount McAllister fire located 56 kilometres northwest of Chetwynd, effective immediately. ...
by Adam Steinberg
The red areas indicate parts of the region where an evacuation order was in effect.

Evacuation order and alert rescinded for Mount McAllister fire

News The Peace River Regional District has lifted the evacuation order and cancelled the evacuation alert for the areas located 40 kilometres southwest of the Hudson’s Hope and 56 kilometres west of Chetwynd in Electoral Area E in response to the Mount McAllister fire....
by Adam Steinberg
Environment Canada has issued a severe weather warning.

Severe thunderstorm warning issued for much of the Peace Region

News Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for Fort St. John, Dawson Creek and Fort Nelson. ...
by Adam Steinberg
District of Hudson's Hope

The District of Hudson’s Hope is no longer under an evacuation alert

News The District of Hudson’s Hope has lifted the evacuation alert for the region after being advised by the Wildfire Management Branch that the risk of danger to life and properties has been diminished....
by Adam Steinberg
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Stage North looking for volunteers

News Stage North is looking for volunteers during a couple of weekends to help prepare the rehearsal space for FOJO 2014....
by Adam Steinberg
The province is distributing incentives to First Nations in hopes they approve proposed pipeline routes.

Provincial government needs to secure land to build pipelines: Global News B.C. 1

News Global News B.C. 1 is reporting that the province is offering a multi-million dollar incentive to a group of First Nation leaders whose territory is in the direct route of 2 proposed LNG pipelines. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Participants of the 2014 United Way Charity Soccer Tournament

The United Way of Northern B.C. applauds successful fundraisers

News The United Way of Northern B.C. has announced their Annual Fire Truck Pull, a team of up to 10 people playing ‘tug of war’ against a 30,000 pound fire truck, complemented with a pancake breakfast....
by Adam Steinberg
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada has released a hydraulic 
fracturing code of conduct for the Canadian oil and gas service sector.

Northern Rockies Regional Municipality says hydraulic fracturing is essential for economic growth

News The Northern Rockies Regional Municipality says the recent request to prohibit hydraulic fracturing in the community is a “kneejerk reaction to public confusion about the process and a lack of information about its effects.”...
by Adam Steinberg
From left to right; Plant Manager Wayne Perry, Environmental Manager Lindsay Sahaydak, Safety Coordinator Art Bilodeau.

LP Peace Valley OSB seeks approval for MDI

News LP Peace Valley OSB played host to a tour of their facility, showcasing the process in which they produce OSB while underlining the need for Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) as they wait for approval from the Ministry of Environment (MOE) and the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO). ...
by Adam Steinberg
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Travis Eggers wins 2014 Lone Wolf Classic

Sports The 2014 Lone Wolf Classic was a mixed bag for those teeing off at the event over the weekend. Saturday was a wet and rainy day but Sunday made up for things with near perfect conditions. When all the score cards were handed in it was Travis Eggers once again emerging as the winner of the tournament....
by Chase Charney

Host Families Wanted

BlogBe a host family for a FSJ Campus international student. They require three meals per day and a private bedroom with a bed, desk, chair and dresser. Host Families receive $700 per month for room and board.   For more information please contact Cleo Baker, 250-785-6981 ext. 6212 or email...
by moosefm
Red Deer Creek Fire Tumbler Ridge July 2014

Evacuation order rescinded for areas near Tumbler Ridge

News The Peace River Regional District has rescinded the evacuation order for the oil and gas field areas of Red Deer Creek, Ojay, and Grizzly South. While the order is no longer in effect the Wildfire Management Branch plans to issue an order under the Wildfire Act to restrict access in the area later today....
by Chase Charney
Riders of Texas 4000 pose for a photo in Dawson Creek

College cyclists stop in Fort St. John over weekend on journey to fight cancer

Sports A group of cycling college students from Austin, Texas stopped in Fort St. John on Saturday evening as they are on a trip to Anchorage, Alaska. The students are part of a group known as Texas 4000 and are riding for a great cause as they are gathering support for the ongoing fight against cancer....
by Chase Charney
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B.C. Summer Games results

Sports The B.C. Summer Games from Nanaimo reached their conclusion yesterday with many athletes from in and around Fort St. John competing in various sports. Athletes competed in a variety of events including golf, swimming, soccer, and triathlon....
by Chase Charney
Mt. McAllister Forest Fire July 15 2014

Rainy days help maintain B.C. wildfires

News There are 11 days left in the month to record 45.5 millimeters of rain if the local airport weather station is going to post a precipitation total equaling the July norm of 75.2 millimeters....
by Adam Steinberg
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Fort St. John native to be honored by Governor General in Ottawa

News Vancouver Police Superintendent, Jeffery Harold Sim, a Fort St. John native, is about to become a member of the prestigious Order of Merit of the Police Forces....
by Adam Steinberg
Smoke can be seen settling in the sky.

Wildfire smoke advisory lifted for northeast B.C.

News The Ministry of Environment and the Northern Health Authority have ended the smoke advisory for northeast B.C. that was issued on Friday afternoon....
by Adam Steinberg
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