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Inspector Pat Egan (centre) gives council an update on crime statistics

Fort St. John RCMP presents statistics at this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting

News Fort St. John RCMP was a guest at this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting at City Hall, as they presented council with their semi annual statistic report, a comparison of crime statistics from the first 6 months of 2013 to the first 6 months of 2014....
by Adam Steinberg
The online publication says aboriginal leaders should be held to a higher standard of financial accountability.

New accountability for Aboriginal Band finances: CTF Op-Ed

News In an Op-Ed released by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), author Jordan Bateman underlines the need for Aboriginal Chiefs to disclose their annual salary to the general public....
by Adam Steinberg
The Forest Practices Board plans to investigate the effectiveness of previous forest fuel reduction efforts

Fuel reduction efforts to be examined by independent watchdog

News The Forest Practices Board is planning an investigation into how much progress communities have made in reducing forest fuels in the wildland-urban interface....
by Adam Steinberg
MP Bob Zimmer says the current state of Canada's Firearm legislation is not fair to law-abiding citizens

A statement from the office of MP Bob Zimmer

News Bob Zimmer, MP for the Prince George-Peace River region released the following statement today which reflects his position on the current state of Canada’s Firearms Legislation....
by Adam Steinberg
B.C. is among the provinces the PSAC expects to see increased drilling activity.

PSAC releases updated drilling activity forecast

News The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) has released their third quarter Canadian Drilling Activity Forecast and expects to see 11,460 new wells drilled across Canada throughout the year....
by Adam Steinberg
The North Peace Museum is getting an upgrade to be more handicap and senior friendly.

North Peace Museum receives grant to upgrade building

News The North Peace Museum has received a grant and is now being upgraded to better serve handicapped and senior visitors....
by Adam Steinberg
A rendering of the proposed Chetwynd health clinic.

The District of Chetwynd looking to build brand new medical facility

News The District of Chetwynd is on a mission to improve healthcare services for their residents, and with a little help for the Northern Development Initiative Trust, they may become home to a new Medical Health Clinic and Community Wellness Centre....
by Adam Steinberg
The District of Taylor wants to get the community involved in a discussion about road improvements.

Taylor open house next week to discuss Highway 97 and Pine Avenue improvements

News The District of Taylor is inviting members of the community to attend an open house on Tuesday to discuss and learn more about an intersection improvement project at Highway 97 and Pine Avenue....
by Adam Steinberg
The ministry is studying wells and springs to determine the quality of water in the Peace River regional district.

Volunteers needed for sampling of water wells and springs

News The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations is looking for volunteer residents to allow crews the opportunity to sample water well and springs as part of a study that’s in conjunction with Simon Fraser University....
by Adam Steinberg
Dr. Bruce Bidgood welcomes the new Resource Benefits Alliance.

Northern communities come together and sign onto new Resource Benefits Alliance

News A new coalition has been created by a number of northern B.C. communities in an attempt to secure early access to revenue sharing and resource benefits from the anticipated massive economic expansion underway....
by Adam Steinberg
Hope Air client and representative, Darlene Thomas speaks to council about the organization and her fundraising initiative.

City Council listens to local Hope Air client and learns about her Annual Wheel-a-Thon fundraiser

News As the only representative of the Hope Air program in Fort St. John, Darlene Thomas was welcomed at this week’s city council meeting to raise awareness about the non-profit organization and raise money for her Wheel-a-Thon fundraiser. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Inspector Pat Egan is presented with a gift from council after announcing his departure into Ottawa.

Fort St. John RCMP say goodbye to a long-time member of the detachment

News Fort St. John RCMP Inspector, Pat Egan said his final goodbye to the community at this week’s city council meeting, as he's officially been transferred into the Ottawa detachment....
by Adam Steinberg
Environment Canada has issued a severe weather watch.

Environment Canada issues a severe thunderstorm watch for the North Peace region

News Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the North Peace region, expected to roll into town sometime later in the afternoon. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Prince George native, Dana Meise is currently hiking across the entire Tans Canada trail.

Prince George resident continues to break records and hike across Trans Canada Trail

News His legs are tired, the terrain is tough, but Prince George native, Dana Meise wants to break the record for longest hike on the Trans Canada Trail and nothing is going to stop him from reaching that goal....
by Adam Steinberg
Inspector Pat Egan (centre) gives council an update on crime statistics

Fort St. John RCMP presents statistics at this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting

News Fort St. John RCMP was a guest at this week’s Committee of the Whole meeting at City Hall, as they presented council with their semi annual statistic report, a comparison of crime statistics from the first 6 months of 2013 to the first 6 months of 2014....
by Adam Steinberg
The New Democrats want to see all the money saved during the recent strike put back into public education.

B.C. Liberals must commit to returning school shut-down “savings” to public education: B.C. New Democrats

News The  Liberal government should put the $148 million saved during the school shut-down back into the public school system, according to the New Democrats. ...
by Adam Steinberg
Environment Canada has issued a severe weather watch.

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for South Peace region

Updated 2 days 7 hours ago.

News Environment Canada has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the South Peace region, as conditions are being seen as favourable for the development of strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain....
by Adam Steinberg
Impact Volleyball Camp

Local volleyball players taking advantage of high level coaching at Impact Volleyball camp

Sports Local volleyball players are at North Peace Secondary School taking part in the Impact Volleyball Camp. The Impact Volleyball Camp has been coming to Fort St. John for the past ten years giving players the chance to enhance their skills for the upcoming season....
by Chase Charney
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Difficult first weekend of FIVB World Grand Prix for Cranston and team Canada

Sports Dana Cranston and team Canada were in Lima, Peru for three games over the weekend as the 2014 FIVB World Grand Prix got underway. The weekend was full of lessons to be learned as the team dropped their games against Peru, Poland, and Belgium. ...
by Chase Charney
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